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March 27, 2014, 9:35 amsupercash

 no 6/6 winner,less than $15,000.00 in payout. how can this not be rigged with this pattern?

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March 26, 2014, 10:13 amsupercash

 2 more days of no 6/6 winner. less than $20,000.00 in payout. If you cant have a true lottery drawing with a RANDOM drawing, cancel it. just have the two games that are true and legitimate. If a person plays 20 sets of #' for over 5years, the odds should be with the player. The computer is hard to beat just like the best chess player cant beat the computer. Get back to random ball drawings instead of CHEATING us players.

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March 23, 2014, 10:10 amSupercash

 another day of no 6/6 winner. less than $20,000.00 in payout. see the pattern? random my ass!!!!!

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March 19, 2014, 8:53 amsupercash

 another day of no 6/6 winner. Total payout less than $15,000.00. Dont believe their odds when dealing with their own SPECIAL computer picking the "RANDOM" numbers LOL!!

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March 18, 2014, 9:14 amsupercash

 Another day of no 6/6 supercash winner. The total payout is less than $20,000.00 again. If there is a mathematic genious out there, I have the equation to PROVE the odds are wrong cause Ive been playing long enough to think these odds are rigged. If I can prove it its going to be the biggest lawsuit this country has ever seen. whoever would be willing to help could join in on this fun. We need to stop the computer generated cheating. Keep track of how much TOTAL payout is daily on supercash and I think you'll agree. Yes it does pay 6/6 once in a while but thats cause the computer knows its the cheapest way out. Any proof that this theory is wrong? Would like to hear it. Its a computer, The director said they cant afford the ball picking machines but their " PERSONAL" computers only cost $500. Come on,they need security officers to watch someone press a button? I was told its their own specially designed computer, I bet they are, to make money to stuff someones pocket. why is there a petition to sign against the computer generated numbers??? I and 8,800+ people agree. why isnt it advertised,newspapers wont print an article about it,lawyers wont touch it, how can you put odds on a computer picking numbers?

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March 15, 2014, 11:12 amcomputer generated cheating

 I played 10 different sets of #s of supercash for over 4 years. same sets,everyday, and never hit 6/6 yet. If I can do the mathematics Im sure the odds are higher than 1:1,631,312. Computers know when Im on-line how would they not know what combinations havent been picked??? I talked to director he said the ball machines cost over $500,00.00 a piece, The computers they use $500.00 a piece. The reason they do pick 6/6 once in a while cause the computer knows thats the cheapest way than to pick others that may end up paying out more. I also notice that if the 6/6 is not picked the total payout 3/6 to 5/6 is usually less than $20,000.oo. If there is anyone out there that could help me prove its rigged,lets stop this cheating by getting back to the basic lotto draw like the few that are picked the OLD way. Why is there some picked this way,?? cause the odds are high enough they dont need to rig it. Or lets just quit playing the computer generated games and have them payout the winners till their broke.

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