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Topic closed. 17 replies. Last post 9 years ago by Wintariofan.

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Posted: April 1, 2008, 5:39 pm - IP Logged

Thanks for replying and writing this all out again, Wintariofan.

Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

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There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.

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    Posted: April 1, 2008, 6:40 pm - IP Logged

    "The only thing left to this long day is a TV host arrives in the studio and stands in front of the lottery set. There is no machine or balls as they've been put away. A video tape of what happened five minutes ago is rolled in and they announce it as if it was happening LIVE. It's fun to watch. One week the host was on vacation. A back-up host came in. It took them several takes to get the audio and video correct. The host would be announcing the numbers before they came out of the machine. They would say first number out is 6,,,and out would come the 6. They had to stop recording and tell her to wait for the ball to fall from the machine before you announce it. "It looks completely rigged when you do it like that.", a guy from ILC said. Obviously they did a few takes and found a good take in the end. "

     

    Why they dont do it live to begin with...to me this tells that there is somthing going on.....they exchange sales info before draw and show a nonLIVE drawing....smth is up i dont know excatly how...

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      Posted: April 1, 2008, 9:00 pm - IP Logged

      "The only thing left to this long day is a TV host arrives in the studio and stands in front of the lottery set. There is no machine or balls as they've been put away. A video tape of what happened five minutes ago is rolled in and they announce it as if it was happening LIVE. It's fun to watch. One week the host was on vacation. A back-up host came in. It took them several takes to get the audio and video correct. The host would be announcing the numbers before they came out of the machine. They would say first number out is 6,,,and out would come the 6. They had to stop recording and tell her to wait for the ball to fall from the machine before you announce it. "It looks completely rigged when you do it like that.", a guy from ILC said. Obviously they did a few takes and found a good take in the end. "

       

      Why they dont do it live to begin with...to me this tells that there is somthing going on.....they exchange sales info before draw and show a nonLIVE drawing....smth is up i dont know excatly how...

      The reason they video tape the draw and bring in the host later is five lottery regions use the video in their own way.  The one hosted in the studio is done for British Columbia, Loto Quebec takes the raw video and cuts it down to fit into their French lottery stuff, Ontario uses parts of it to use on its webdraws.  Because of the time constraints and procedures they still do it this way since Lotto 649 was launched in 1982.   Sales information is for draws reconsilation, it proves that every lottery regions terminals are closed.  And also so the auditors and ILC (Interprovincial Lottery) can determine prize amounts for the draw.   Anyone can sit in on a draw, all you have to do is contact your local lottery office and set up a time.   They are open to the public and are conducted with the utmost integrity.           

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