There's no prize for seeing the 3 differences in these New York Lottery winner photos, but if you spot them - you're a winner with us! For the answers go to the bottom of the ABOUT page to see how well you did.
This is the happy face of Robert Winburn from Iowa. He played constantly for 20 years before hitting the $1 million Powerball jackpot in 2014.
But when you read how he picked his lottery numbers you'll realise why it took so long for him to win.
It's a familiar sight around the net... lottery jackpot winners photographed holding an oversized cardboard check with the gigantic prize on it.
But could they take it down to the bank and cash it, or make a deposit using it?
Getting a giant win like Powerball winners David Kaltschmidt, right, and Maureen Smith is not only luck, but also using a number of factors proven to increase your odds.
Here's 10 tips that will boost your game results no matter where in the world you play:
Here's Unusual Advice From Billionaires Mark Cuban, Donald Trump And Others To Aspiring Lottery Winners
Yolanda Vega presents Carmelo Mercado with a New York Lottery check for $5 million. PHOTO: Associated Press
How would you react to winning a fortune - even the $5M that retired New York firefighter Carmelo Mercado received? Most people would say they could cope easily enough.
After all, what's so hard about spending a large sum of money!
MILLIONAIRE: Singapore swimmer Joseph Schooling will be paid 1 million Singapore dollars ($US745,000) for winning a gold medal. PHOTO: Clive Rose/Getty
The Rio Olympics is producing medal winners who are breaking records... not only on the field but off as well.
We couldn't be there, so my wife and I delight in our giant 82" LG television screen to bring us remarkable color and action coverage from the Games.
The supermarket where the winning $1 million lotto ticket was lost.
Last week a $1 Million winner in our country's lotto was about to claim his prize from the lottery headquarters.
John Legend's supermodel wife, Chrissy Teigen, bought her first lottery ticket in a 2012 Mega Millions game. She didn't win.
A little while ago we reported on a billionaire who won a $40 million lottery jackpot - and astoundingly gave it all away.
But it's not only the super rich who have tried their luck and played lotto.
I love sci-fi movies. It's great seeing what the future may hold... from the minds of some very gifted writers.
One of the films I enjoyed again recently was Oblivion, starring Tom Cruise, and the large ball-shaped drones that played a big part in the plot.
Enormous jackpots like this $207 Million Mega Millions game are only going to get harder to win.
If you want to know how hard the lottery game is going to be for you to win in the near future, just look no further than...
The lottery has the power to change your life forever, so it's important to stay positive.
If you can't be bothered playing this weekend because you feel depressed about the economy, the weather, the bills... you might miss the greatest windfall of your life.
Not the Garry in this article, but nice win nonetheless!
I love our player's successes, even the small ones. Here's an email I got from Garry:
I like numbers. So one of the more enjoyable parts of reading the Business Insider website each day is looking at the reader viewership numbers they show under each article.
What have you done so far this week? When I ask you that question, I don't mean:
Mark Zuckerberg showed us this view of him at his work desk. PHOTO: Facebook
The founder of Facebook gave the secret to his success in an online interview recently. And we think alike - he is saying exactly what I've said for years about your lottery strategy.
But it sounds better coming from a 31-year-old self-made billionaire (37 billion) authority than anyone else.
The call from the dealer came from out of the blue: "Hey Ken, you still interested in buying a Bentley Continental GT?"
"Sure," I said, "What have you got?"
You only need 6 numbers and 1 ticket to win the lottery. Fred Topous won the Michigan Mega Millions and claimed $57 Million!
"Ken, I'm broke, what's the least number of tickets I need for the Texas Lotto to get some wins. Rich."
Many Silverites want to know the minimum number of lines they should play to get the best out of the System.
These two words 'Do More' are tattooed in reverse on Casey Neistat's arm.
He believes the concept is so important that Casey Neistat had it tattooed on his arm, in reverse. That's so he can see it the right way in the mirror.
This frenetic 35-year-old New York vlogger wants to pack as much work and fun into each minute - and he never wants to forget it.
Do You Really Have To Reveal Your Identity When You Win A Lottery Jackpot? There's Only 6 States That Allow You To Remain Anonymous
If you live in the following USA states, you're lucky because you don't have to give out your name or identity, and can remain anonymous and protected.
That's why a bill is being put forward to allow winners to stay anonymous.
"When you're suddenly worth $10 million-$20 million dollars, [to] the little things like suddenly everybody who's an investment adviser is hounding you," said Arizona Sen. John Kavanagh.
Brad Duke during his first tv interview after winning in 2005. Story
In one of the most unusual wishlists in lottery history, Brad Duke wanted to turn his $86 million Powerball jackpot win back in 2005 into $1 billion. And he wanted to do that within three years.
How did he fare... did he make his target? And what is he doing now?