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Crossword

Click on a number in the GRID (not in the Clues) to see the clue/s for that number. The clue appears at top left, above the grid. Type your answer into the empty BOX. Click on "Enter" to place your word into the grid. If you are stuck, you can click on "Hint" to get a free letter/s. Click on "Check," below the grid, to check your answer/s.
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Across:

1. Talking ___dly on his phone, he got hit by a sports car.
4. The insurance company for the sports car's owner ___d Sam.
5. The stop sign was run 76 ___s, but the teen clicked 120 ___s.
8. A contestant must guess ___ number a spinning cube will stop on.
10. Finally, Sam ___ped a coin.
11. The ___ company sued Sam for $9,000 worth of repairs.
12. He says ___'s better to be unlucky.
14. ...that would run the stop sign at Hill Street ___ Lake Avenue.
15. His hospital ___ was $110,000.
17. Sam said it was the ___ thing he had won in his life.
18. Guessing which number ___s does not guarantee he will win.
19. ...which of two selected variables is ___ing to be greater.
23. This was a ___ decision.
25. Sam jumped for joy, for he had ___ won $120,000.
26. To win, a ___ must guess which number a cube will stop on.
27. Also, Sam ___ has to pay federal taxes.
28. He ___s it's better to be unlucky.
30. Sam has to pay federal taxes on his ___.
31. He ___ won the Big Cube, a state lottery game.
33. He ___ then guess which of two variables is to be greater.
36. The other variable was the ___ of times a boy would change channels.
37. Sam dreamily left the lottery ___.
38. Guessing which number appears does ___ guarantee he will win.
39. This was a tough ___.
41. Sam ___n't play the state lottery anymore.
44. Sam has to pay ___ taxes.
46. Sam ___ slowly getting better.
47. Finally, Sam flipped a ___.
48. The first thing was an ___ blanket at a church raffle.
50. A contestant must guess which number a cube ___ stop on.
51. The insurance ___ for the car's owner sued Sam for $9,000.
53. ...the cube ___es not guarantee that he will win any money.
54. Sam is slowly getting ___. ... It's ___ to be unlucky.
55. The stop ___ was run only 76 times.
56. ...blanket at a ___ when he was 25 years old.
57. The first thing was an Afghan blanket at a ___....
61. He still had to ___ between two variables.
62. He was in the hospital for a ___.
64. The first thing was an Afghan blanket ___ he was 25 years old.
65. But this ___ much bigger: it ___ $120,000!
66. He had won a ___ lottery game.

Down:

2. ...a teenage boy would change TV ___s in a three-hour period.
3. Sam ___ the lottery studio.
4. Sam ___ it was only the second thing he had won in his life.
5. The contestant must ___ guess which is going to be greater.
6. An ___ piano tuner said it was the second thing he had won.
7. Just guessing which number appears does not ___ money.
9. It came up ___, so Sam picked the teenager.
13. One variable was the number of cars ___ would run the stop sign.
15. The contestant must guess which is going to ___ greater.
16. Sam doesn't play the state ___ anymore.
19. Sam ___ed 1000X, but he still had to choose between two variables.
20. One variable was the number of cars that ___ run the stop sign.
21. He still had to choose between two ___s.
22. Sam, an unemployed ___ tuner, said it was only....
24. Also, Sam still has to pay federal taxes on ___ winnings.
25. Sixty-year-old Sam jumped for ___, for he had won $120,000.
29. ___ insurance company for ___ car's owner sued Sam.
32. The stop sign was run 76 times, ___ the teen clicked 120 times.
33. So, just guessing does not guarantee that he will win any ___.
34. Sam, an unemployed piano ___r, said it was only the....
35. Sam is slowly ___ting better.
37. While crossing the street, he got hit by a little ___ car.
40. If he is ___, the contestant must then guess which is greater.
42. The insurance company sued Sam for $9,000 worth of ___s.
43. He says it's better to be un___.
45. ...which of two ___ed variables is going to be greater.
48. ...the stop sign at Hill Street and Lake ___ in six hours.
49. Talking excitedly on his cell phone, he ___ hit by a car.
50. It was only the second thing he had ever ___ in his life.
52. The other variable was the number of times...in a three-hour ___.
53. Sam ___ily left the lottery studio.
55. A contestant must guess which number a ___ning cube will stop on.
57. It ___ me up heads, so Sam picked the teenager.
58. The ___ has six numbers on it.
59. ___ was a tough decision.
60. He had won the Big Cube, a state lottery ___.
63. Also, Sam still ___ to pay federal taxes on his winnings.