All I know is if I hit the SuperGigaZillaBucks or whatever they call it, I wouldn't be on TV saying "even though I now have 20 $Billion I'm going to keep my job at the Post Office because I love pushing the mail around that comes in on the conveyor belt."
I have actually thought about this, and I would keep my current job, if I won the lottery - I like what I do, and the people I do it with.
If $20Billion doesn't change your thinking, I guess you wouldn't play in the first place. I mean, what's the point?
More money = more opportunity to do what you already like? I'm the same way. I like what I do, and the people I do it with. However, $20 Billion would let me enjoy my downtime in a wider variety of ways. Just because I like working doesn't mean there's not use in the money. Take a vacation to everywhere in the world. Live exactly where you want. Don't worry about balancing the checkbook every week, or your paycheck, because you really don't need it. A job isn't *just* about money ideally, and taking away the money aspect would definitely make a job even more enjoyable than it is.