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Patterns in the Lottery Game

@inproceedings{Becser2016PatternsIT,
  title={Patterns in the Lottery Game},
  author={Norbert Becser and Zita Zoltay-Paprika},
  year={2016}
}
The present study is based on the analysis and results of a close to 5 years’ study in the frame which we used a “Lottery Game” in the "Decision Making Skills" subject taught at Corvinus Business School, Corvinus University of Budapest. In the frame of the "game", the students (Hungarians (n=231) and foreigners (n=267) alike) have to mark 6 numbers on a 7x7 lottery ticket. The winner is the student whose numbers differ the most from those of all the other students’. Upon analyzing the results… 
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