Good question, but no, a lottery should remain a game of chance and the 81 year old who won it has family, friends, and charities that she can divide it amongst once she dies. If she wants to be buried with it all, that's up to her too. There are poor and working class people who win the lottery. In addition, there have been people such as senators and wealthy businessmen who have won the lottery on top of their affluence, and I still believe that the lottery should remain a game of chance for those who take it. The lottery has the qualification that the ticket must be purchased and I believe that's enough.