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BROOK PARK -- With $636 million on the line, the line for Mega Millions tickets was long at the Shell gas station on Snow Road in Brook Park Tuesday night.

"Today is my lucky day. I am feeling it," said Joyce Williams. "If I win, I'd take three months off or so, but I would want to stay working."

She is in the majority, according to a new Gallup poll that asked: "If you won $10 million in the lottery, would you continue to work, or would you stop working?"

Sixty-eight percent of people say they would stay working, Thirty-one percent said they would stop working.

That's a decision millions of Mega Millions players would love to have to make as this jackpot approaches record heights. If no one wins Tuesday night, experts say the rollover jackpot could approach $1 billion.

"If I win, I'd have the kids and grandkids to spoil," says recent retiree Antonino Sudano. "I live in Cleveland now, but was born and raised in Italy -- I couldn't tell you how much this would add up to in Lira!"

Albert Anderson was in line in the final 90 minutes, all part of his strategy.

"I like to get it right down to the wire, and I know the store I buy the tickets at is a lucky store," he said.

While the numbers are drawn at 11 p.m. -- it likely won't be until 3 a.m. or 4 a.m. Wednesday that we learn if anyone has won.

Over the last decade, eight Ohioans have won jackpots worth $100 million or more -- putting Ohio third out of 50 states.

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