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Banned Lottery Systems

Friday, January 29th, 2010

Banned Lottery Systems – So Good it Got Banned!by Matthew Donaldson

Anything that is too good is most often the subject of much controversy. Such is the case of the Banned lottery systems. These lottery systems have gotten so good at employing techniques in ensuring winnings for those who use them that they have also gotten the ire of the authorities. Why these authorities are concerned about the number of winnings stems from what the lotteries are all about in the first place. These lotteries, legalized around the 1960s, are actually ways by which governments raise additional revenues to support their projects and programs. If people betting on these lotteries keep on winning, then there will be not much left in terms of revenues for the government to utilize.

People betting in the lotteries are all just holding on to the hope that their number combinations will be drawn in the lotteries so that they could achieve whatever financial dreams they might have. No matter how many times these people bet in the lottery, without the skill in choosing the right number and luck on their side, their chances of winning the prize money is slim. The numbers in lotteries can be staggering. There are about one in several millions of chances that a particular number combination will win. There are varying numbers to be picked in the lotteries in every state in the United States, depending on the kind of lottery the state has sponsored. While majority of lotteries have money as prizes, there are those that offer goods as prizes. There is no guarantee that a certain numbers are to be drawn in a particular lottery. That is why lottery systems have been developed to give people an idea of what number combination could possibly be drawn next.

The banned lottery systems have been so good at coming up with techniques and mathematical computations to determine what the next winning combination will be that it has earned the ire of a number of authorities and regulatory bodies. There are those that actually ban their usage in lotteries. These banned lottery systems have been found to be successful in churning out computer-generated entries using probabilities from past performance and trends. These lottery systems have been found to result in a number of winning number combinations over several lottery systems. Raking in profits from lottery winnings has turned from an impossibility to a great possibility with these banned lottery systems.

Winning in the lotteries is because of skill and sheer luck. Both of these factors can be influenced in some way. Those without mathematical skills could certainly benefit from the use of these banned lottery systems to improve their chances of winning the prize pot. The banned lottery systems take care of computing for the probabilities on particular lottery games and then give you the possible number combinations to come out in the next draw. This capability of the banned lottery systems to give you winning numbers based on past draw results and trends is something that will allow you to take more of your share in the lottery prize pot every day.

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Mega Sena Lottery

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

Get to Know Mega Sena Lottery – an article by Lottery Numbers

The Caixa Economica

Brazil is home to one of the biggest lotteries in the world known as the Mega Sena lottery. It operates under the management of Caixa Economica Federal Bank which is the operator of almost all the lottery games in the country since the year 1961. The bank basically aims to improve the quality of life for the people of Brazil. A percentage of the total income or profits of the Mega Sena lottery will be forwarded to the Brazilian National Treasury and this department will be the one responsible for the allocation of funds to different aspects like education and progress.

The year 1861 was the year when Caixa Economica was first introduced. Its main purpose then was to encourage people of Brazil especially the poor ones to save money for a chance to a better future. It has merged with other groups and organizations that share the same purpose and this has resulted to the creation of the CAIXA that is known as the manager and operator of different lotteries in the country like the Mega Sena lottery.

Mega Sena Game Overview

Mega Sena game utilizes 2 cages with one containing balls with numbers 0-5 and the other one with numbers 0-9. A player can choose any number from 01-60. If two zeros (00) are drawn, that will represent the number 60. The first digit will come from the first cage with 0-5 and the second will come from the one with numbers 0-9. The process will be repeated for six times to come up with the Mega Sena winning number combination. A player will be entitled for the jackpot if he could match all the six winning numbers.

Mega Sena operators want the winners to take home bigger cash prizes so they are only giving away three levels of prizes. A player will can claim for a level prize if he has guessed 4 or 5 numbers correctly. The winner will be given a 90-day period to claim the prize which is in the form of a lump sum. Winners of prizes R$800 and below can claim their prizes at any lottery house by just showing their winning tickets while winners of bigger prizes should go directly to the Caixa Economica Federal Bank to claim their prizes. Unclaimed prizes will go to the Brazilian National Treasury.

What Winners Could Get

Only 46% of the total sales and revenues of Mega Sena lottery is allotted for the cash prizes. 35% of this makes up the jackpot prize, 20% will go to second level winners, another 20% is for the third level winners, and the last 25% will be used for the special draws that are being held five times annually.

Mega Sena lottery has recorded the highest amount of jackpot prize won in 1999 when someone from Salvador has won the R$64.9 million. It has given away R$52.8 million in 2007 and R$53.1 million in July 2008. This huge amount of jackpot prize was divided among two winning ticket holders.

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Mega Sena lottery has recorded the highest amount of jackpot prize won in 1999 when someone from Salvador has won the R$64.9 million. It has given away R$52.8 million in 2007 and R$53.1 million in July 2008. This huge amount of jackpot prize was divided among two winning ticket holders.

What are all the different lottery number combinations?

Saturday, January 16th, 2010

What are all the different lottery number combinations?

Is it possible to list them all, also what is the mean average sequence of all the different lottery combinations

Question asked by: Brian

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Million Lottery Winners

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

$270 Million Lottery Winners

Robert and Tonya Harris, interviewed on the “Today Show” after just winning the $270 million lottery… Now, I don’t know about you, but the CarsDiva would be a little more excited, still probably go out and by a Mercedes though, and a Lexus…

Video posted by: demetramarkopoulos

How many types of Lotto (Lottery) in the world?

Monday, January 4th, 2010

How many types of Lotto (Lottery) in the world?

I’m making a report a bout lottery activities in the world. But I don’t know how many kinds of lotto on the world, can you show me and describe about your own country lottery???

Thanks alot.

Question posted by: LACâ?¢

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