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help needed--pick 8 from 37
hello everyone-- this is Australia here :):) we are about to start a new lotto game where you pick 8 numbers from a total pool of 37 numbers. i cant find a wheeling system that does 8 numbers-- can someone help me find one please thanks anthony 29th july 2015
Yesterday, 5:18 am - red0412303609 - Suggestions forum

Texas: 7/1 - 7/31/2015
lol looks that way cash in the $50 scracther and got 10 more tickets down to $40 bucks now may need to go to gambling rehab play pool sometimes
Jul 25, 2015, 1:52 pm - jakesnake - Pick 3 forum

20 co-workers share largest Lotto Max jackpot ever
it's just human nature. some of them (employees who didnt' get into the pool that day) will put on a good front but will do the eye roll when one of the winning stayers are guffawing at their desks. not really being concerned about the company's welfare. if they still want to work they should go somewhere else to do it.
Jul 25, 2015, 10:56 am - faber98 - Lottery News forum

How Random is Random?
Typo I personally would like to see a serious topic devoted to the study of randomness pertaining to the lottery without the usual odds stuff. The lottery is a closed system where true random is unrestricted. Pick a number from 0 to inifinty, now that's random. Since the lottery selects from a fixed pool it's bound to produce patterns that are closly related to the pool it's self. There should of been a as between where true Should have read. The lottery is a closed system ...
Jul 24, 2015, 5:08 pm - RL-RANDOMLOGIC - Lottery Systems forum

20 co-workers share largest Lotto Max jackpot ever
Each week it's the first 20 people who get their name down on the sheet, meaning it is not always the same 20 Canadians may be less litigious than their southern neighbors, but I can still imagine a lawsuit claiming that the lottery to be in the lottery pool was rigged or unfair.
Jul 23, 2015, 11:14 am - KY Floyd - Lottery News forum

20 co-workers share largest Lotto Max jackpot ever
Although I hate lottery pools, I think this cap on number signing up was an excellent idea. At least those in the pool became actual millionaires instead of how it played out for the 100 Wisconsin Sargento Powerball winners of that $208 million jackpot who only walked away with at most $700,000 after taxes. Anything less than a million is not enough to retire on...not for me at least since I would plan to travel internationally a lot and be active. If one only plans to take road trips, sit out o ...
Jul 22, 2015, 12:29 pm - OldSchoolPa - Lottery News forum

Your stars finally align and you win, but...
If the win was after the break-up, and didn't include any of the money that was pooled, I see no reason the other person would get anything. Just because you two dated and now you've won the lottery, they are just as entitled to a share of that money as that guy down the street you've never even talked to. Now, if it was using funds you two pooled together, then they deserve half, no matter what the relationship status is. I think the basic rule is that you don't discuss sharing ...
Jul 19, 2015, 10:03 pm - ttech10 - Lottery Discussion forum

Your stars finally align and you win, but...
If both contributed money towards the ticket that won, then yes I would voluntarily split the winnings 50/50. If not, then no. Why would I? Why would anyone? If he didn't contribute to the pool that won, then he had already quit the pool. He must have already decided to end the relationship and was making a clean sweep of things. He would not be entitled to anything. However, if married and he just left, it wouldn't matter if he contributed or not, he would still legally be entitled to half. ...
Jul 18, 2015, 10:53 pm - Candy-Lane - Lottery Discussion forum

Your stars finally align and you win, but...
It would depend on whether they had pooled for the winning ticket....If not, then no....if yes, well, of course half would be theirs....I'm a woman....so that's my 2 cents...lol
Jul 18, 2015, 8:40 pm - JAMORA - Lottery Discussion forum

Your stars finally align and you win, but...
Why should pooling your money for lottery tickets with a bf/gf be treated any different than pooling your money for lottery tickets with a co-worker, family member or any one else?
Jul 18, 2015, 8:23 pm - RJOh - Lottery Discussion forum

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