Probability and combinations, math, Marketing Management

To play a certain lottery, a person has to correctly select 6 out of 53 numbers, paying $1 for each six-number selection. If the six numbers picked are the same as the ones drawn by the lottery, mountains of money are bestowed. What is the probability of winning if 100 different lottery tickets are purchased?
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