Euromillions, The Richest European Lottery Game

One evening in December 1929, toy salesperson Edwin S. Lowe stopped at a carnival a couple of miles outside Jacksonville. Everything was closed except one cubicle. The booth was packed with individuals. A person would draw numbers from a bag as well as review them aloud. The players would all examine their cards to see whether they obtained the number. The winner was the first person that loaded a straight, upright, or diagonal row of numbers as well as scream “Beano”. The winner would then obtain a tiny Kewpie doll as a price. As you can presume, this game was called Beano.