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Would you post a Major Win here on the Forum?
Would you post a Major Win here on the Forum? No, but not because of choice. The odds of winning is so remote, any further investigation of what-ifs ... and .. what would I do? would not be warranted.
Dec 18, 2014, 11:22 pm - onlymoney - Lottery Discussion forum

If you had a consistent winning system..
Thanks Stack47. No not many lines. I just wonder if a person could hit 3 to 4 straight hits a week consistently and cashed in the winning tickets at the same store all the time if the lottery would do a investigation on that store for having sold many straight hit tickets. And if a person could hit 3 to 4 straight hits every week without fail the store clerks would probably start to wonder how it was being done.
Dec 8, 2014, 4:02 am - tj47 - Lottery Systems forum

Cwasars to Close Showboat Casino in Atlantic City
Steve Wynn says he is unaware of any FBI or IRS investigation regarding money laundering or financial shenanigans with high rollers @ his properties. ho- hum Eddessa_Knight
Nov 22, 2014, 7:55 pm - eddessaknight - Gaming forum

Audit: Stores buying Michigan lottery tickets from players
Stack47 you can win $100,000 for many small wins under $500 without paying taxes. You can win for $509,000 without paying taxes. As long as they are from winnings under $500. Michigan Auditors should dip their noses into finding work for people in the State. They should stop making up jobs to keep themselves in business. Their investigations are so bogus.
Nov 20, 2014, 6:15 am - GAman03 - Lottery News forum

Audit: Stores buying Michigan lottery tickets from players
We recommend that the (Lottery) Bureau sufficiently identify and investigate lottery retail owners who repurchased winning lottery tickets, likely at a discount, the Office of the Auditor General said. The Office of the Auditor General didn't say who was going to pay for the identification and investigation work. Does he expect the lottery to pay for it out of their profits and pass the benefits to other state departments who job it is to do that?
Nov 18, 2014, 11:45 pm - RJOh - Lottery News forum

So MM was won in NY- where do you think PB ends its reign?
Finally some where else won. And the cry baby from california is being a whiner about it. Missouri didn't win right after a previous win ( no investigation needed), they won earlier this year march 22 to be exact. When a place wins two or more times in a row with no other state winning in between ( this is when an investigation is needed ) , then that is where the problem lies.
Nov 9, 2014, 9:58 am - pickone4me - Lottery Discussion forum

Markov Chains in Lottery Games
Let's be real for a minute. State that lottery is having pick 3 outcomes like following: 000 000 000 000 000 000 What do you think will be the reaction of the lottery, the players, the press, the mathematicians and others? Would the lottery close the game for investigation? Are you supposing that there is collusion? ...
Nov 3, 2014, 6:30 am - SergeM - Mathematics forum

California nail technician wins $228M Powerball jackpot
It's funny you'd agree with him to allow people to claim anonymously. If someone from California ever claimed the jackpot anonymously, I'm sure you'd be the first one to cry foul and demand a full investigation.
Sep 27, 2014, 11:39 am - PrinceRene - Lottery News forum

So what would the "Holy Grail" of Pick 3 playing be?
Jimmy, You piqued my curiosity. I had to know. 27 draws in a row is the longest doubles have been out in Texas. Notice it started with three doubles in a row and ended with three doubles in a row!!!!!!! I smell further investigation. G
Sep 18, 2014, 1:41 pm - garyo1954 - Lottery Systems forum

Ohio Lottery investigating frequent winners
....the high number of claims Patel made 163 between April 2005 and November 2010 prompted an investigation by the lottery's security department. With all the Patels around the country involved in lottery scams, the fact that he was a Patel should have been enough to prompt an investigation.
Sep 15, 2014, 10:27 am - RJOh - Lottery News forum

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