CHICAGO MAN WINS LOTTERY THREE TIMES IN THREE WEEKS
By NBCChicago.comThree is a magic number, at least it might be for one Chicago resident.Christopher Kaelin, an occasional lottery player, won the same lottery game three times in three weeks, officials announced Wednesday.
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