Lotteries, along with other gambling activities, started out as illegal acts during the initial parts of the 20th century. It was only after the Second World War before these were made legal and available openly for the general population. As of the present time, more and more countries have set up their own national lottery run by none other than their very own governments.
There are different lottery formats, and they come with varied prizes as well. In some, the prize can be cash or goods of a specified worth. Most prize funds take up a certain percentage of the receipts, but the popular include a 50 by 50 draw where the organizers set the prize at 50 percent of the overall revenue.
Despite the logical explanation that supports the irrationality behind a gambler's stake on lottery, there is still the possibility of getting ahold of a large amount of prize that most gamblers consider to be worth the price of putting the stakes up.
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