|Posted: May 2, 2007, 8:14 am - IP Logged|
Yes and NO. Yes, being able to stay anominous would be a good thing. But keep in mind this crucial bit of information. The Lotteries are a State Run Institution headed up by politicians. By allowing the winners to not be known would invite corruption. How could one prove, particularly in Computerized states, that the "Big Winner" wasn't Joe Blow's kid or the kid of that really be political contributor.
So yes, it would be nice to be able to keep it a secret. But No, it should not be allowed for the sake of keeping the game as honest and fair as possible to those who really enjoy playing the games.