If anyone were able to comprehend the staggering odds stacked very highly against her to win the multi-million jackpot lottery prizes then this extremely qualified mathematician wizard would.
American Joan Ginther is not only a highly respected Professor who qualified with a Phd in Mathematics from the world renowned Stanford University but now holds the title of being the luckiest women in the world with nothing short of being in possession of a modern day ‘Midas Touch’ Â scratching her way on US lottery scratchcards to win a mammoth fortune.
The enormously lucky Professor defied the overwhelming odds to win by scratching her huge prizes not once, but four times, on high-stakes scratchcards making the odds stacked as high as multiplying every grain of sand on the Earth by 18.
The odds against maths wizard Joan Ginther, 63, winning once were high enough, but to win four times, the overwhelming odds would have been multi-billions and billions to one.
The luckiest woman on earth (reported to buy at least 3,000 scratchcards every year) went on to win all four of her massive multi-million jackpots in U.S. State of Texas.
Joan Ginther purchased her lucky Lottery scratchcards costing between Â£12 and Â£31 (to which there are Â $10 million (Â£6.2 million) winners among every issue of the three million scratchcards)Â three of her mega-million winning lottery scratchcards came from the same petrol station in the border town of Bishop (population 3,300 where Joan was born and bred) and the fourth winning lottery scratchcard from the neighbouring town of Kingsville.
Joan’s latest lottery scratchcard win for Â£6.2 million brought her winning total to Â£13 million since her lucky streak began with Â£3.3 million win in 1993, followed by Â£1.4 million in 2006 and Â£2 million in 2008.