by: Michael Krieger
August 1, 2012
Every now and again one of us serfs scores a victory against the parasitic elite. In this case, it was Gerald Selbee, a 73 year old retired store owner from rural Michigan who figured out the edge on Michigan’s pick-5 game called Winfall. He fleeced the game for nine years and then when they shut it down he moved to Massachusetts to exploit a similar game. Now here is the best part.
What did he do with his share?
“Two of my grand kids graduated debt-free from the University of Michigan,” he said.
And for his personal satisfaction? He bought gold.
“I think devaluation of the dollar is a certainty,” he said.