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If the State Replaced the lotto or a new game beats the lotto will you start from Zero

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Listen what i told you, IS GOING TO HAPPEN, maybe not now, maybe 30 years from now, maybe 70 years from now maybe: 120 years from now but is going to happen they will have to, they are not going to replace the game stuff might change...

Let´s put this scenario, the state lottery has their games, you are working on your system you got a couple of mini-supercomputers for $5,000 or $20,000 and you are doing a hell of a research on your system and working out on your system...And let´s say it took you: 17 years...But guess what, YOUR SYSTEM REALLY KICKS BUTTS....But you didnt know that your computer keystrokes where recorded and the state lottery was keeping an eye on it...The state lottery finds out that your system can win any lotto game with 1 ticket which is impossible but still you managed to pull it off...

If the lotto found out about your system and they dont decide to to change the matrix, what they decide to do is CHANGE the game, again they dont change the matrix because that too your system can win, what they do is REPLACE the game, they can create a picture I.D game, or a maze type of game (have you seen some mazes) or words in the dictionary type of game (funster), WHATEVER THEY DO is hard to win, except that is outside your comfort zone of work and is something totally new to you, (you may be good at numbers but you might suck at something or everything else), will you still play will you start back from ¨0¨....i dont think i could but will you...

Even though i dont see why they will do it they could simply buy you out which i´ve been saying they should get insurance...

Not just that lotto is considered an: Old game with new trends and new fashion, and times changing and you getting older and your kids been the future leaders of tomorrow they might not play the lotto what they might do is, create a new game totally different to you and who knows this game might be more: COOL and it could beat the lottery...Like for instance when sport betting begings to pick up steams it might just replace the lotto...Look at casinos they are popping everywhere and they are possing challenges to the state lottery...The lottery might be a big thing now but it might not be the biggest thing in the future 30 or 40 years from now...So the state lottery will have to feel forced to own those games...Who knows what might be the next game of the future...Poker might be the next big thing who knows...And you DO know that the state lottery is also competing with poker, sports, casinos and who knows what tomorrow might bring....Dude you dont hear about ¨DISCO¨ anymore do you...There might be a lotto poker who knows....

So if this occur will you be willing to start back from ¨0¨ from scratch...

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS:

The state lottery has: some lotto reserve for example...

permutation games are: 4x harder than regular combination games...So they could create a: Pick1/25 + Pick1/25 + Pick1/25 + Pick1/25 + Pick1/25 + Pick1/25 for Powerball, it has: 244 million combinations...It is harder than powerball....

combination games with bonus balls are harder more bonus balls harder...

combination games or permutation games with letter or half letters half numbers are harder than regular lotto games...

They could create a permutation game and add 2 combination game bonus balls...Again unheard off...

BUT even though the state lottery still have some tricks up its sleeves to defend itself it is still and old game (lotto has like: 500 years i think and keno 1,000 i think), it is still and old game of an age past and you dont know what kind of game the future will bring what kind of game your kids or grandkids will like that could replace the lotto or beat the lotto...You do know that the fan base of the lotto is what keeps it afloat...

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