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Gold Rush Tripler

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B$Rizzle's avatar - a4leds
The Ville, FL
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Posted: October 13, 2011, 8:42 pm - IP Logged

Hey Rizz - I just looked at the pics of that place and wow - I saw a suspicious looking towelhead sitting in a AudiA4 !!! LOL

LOL dang you spotted me!!! crap ha ha

    B$Rizzle's avatar - a4leds
    The Ville, FL
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    Posted: October 13, 2011, 10:46 pm - IP Logged

    Hey B$Rizzle..in the stores where the winners are hanging up, can you do me a favor next time if you

    remember? Could you take a look at the ticket numbers...are they randomly placed or are most of them

    at the front and end of the pack.

    A store I go to has a lot of tickets hanging in the window, he just recently started posting the winning

    tickets of $100 and up. I noticed an awful lot of winners from 1 - 10 on the $10's and $20's and winners

    from 024 to 029 on the $20's.

    Store clerks/owners are taking advantage of the system. The system isn't as random as the lottery

    claims. Isn't it nice to snag a $100 or $500 ticket? They know where to find them because the ones

    that play have all the experience that comes with playing, selling and redeeming the tickets. They take

    note of numbers and if people are cashing in enough of them everyday...then they'd have to be pretty darn

    dense not to know.

    We in PA have 2 questions on our claim forms, which were revised for 3/11:

    #1. Are you a PA Lottery Retailer or a family member of a PA Lottery Retailer.

    #2. Do you or a family member work for a PA Lottery Retailer.

    Interesting.

    I sent an email to the security team of the PA Lottery headquarters concerning the hawk/clerk in my

    area. I expected to get a canned answer but did not. They want more information.

    I don't care who wins what or how much, I have won and do win enough money but what I do care about

    is an inside edge..this clerk certainly has one. I've already seen her opening the machine and checking

    the ticket numbers inside to see what number the pack is on. She has the inside edge and funny thing is

    she won a big prize and had her husband claim it....wonder why? Maybe she owed him some money Roll Eyes

    Right.

    Clerks should not be able to play..period. If a cashier on a register who never touches a pack for validation

    or never redeems a ticket or has anything to do with ticket sales, payouts and stocking wants to play...

    go ahead...knock yourself out.

    If a clerk who validates, stocks machines, redeems tickets, has access to new packs/can withhold new

    packs from being stocked until they are on shift for their own playing pleasure or has the key for the

    IVM wants to play....DO NOT LET THEM PLAY WHILE ON SHIFT. PERIOD.

    This is a hot topic in my opinion and an important one. If the clerks know when to start playing and

    know where the winner came from because they bought the first 10 or so and got a good one, they can

    sit back and wait for duds to be sold so they can start up again finding a good one for themselves. All

    us other suckers are not privy to that information....and are dopes because we are not in the know but

    are being used to keep someone else there.

    HI DR

    For the most part, the big winners I've seen have actually been pretty spread out. The most recent ones I've seen are a $10,000 (Gold Rush Tripler) which was ticket #000, and a $20,000 Monopoly which was I believe ticket #038.

    I have heard that in FL most Top Prizes are either at the end or beginning, but it's hard to say. If you think about it, how many people actually get to see multiple Top Prize tickets ya know? Usually most people have never seen a single one.

    I know here in FL I've seen a Top Prize at ticket #003 & also I heard a story in the news where a girl said her $3 Million dollar winner was "The last one hanging" so Im assuming it was the last ticket in the book. Thats the only 2 Top Prizes I know of that were at the beginning & end of a book.

    As far as the middle prizes such as $500-$1000, I've seen those personally all spread out throughout the books, from the very first to the very last & everything in the middle. I think the middle tier prizes here in FL are absolutely spread out. I can't say for sure on the Top Prizes though.

    This thing about the owner of the store winning the Top Prize leads us players to believe there is something very interesting about it. It definitely seems like a store owner has the advantage over us customers.

      B$Rizzle's avatar - a4leds
      The Ville, FL
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      Posted: October 17, 2011, 10:26 am - IP Logged

      HI DR

      For the most part, the big winners I've seen have actually been pretty spread out. The most recent ones I've seen are a $10,000 (Gold Rush Tripler) which was ticket #000, and a $20,000 Monopoly which was I believe ticket #038.

      I have heard that in FL most Top Prizes are either at the end or beginning, but it's hard to say. If you think about it, how many people actually get to see multiple Top Prize tickets ya know? Usually most people have never seen a single one.

      I know here in FL I've seen a Top Prize at ticket #003 & also I heard a story in the news where a girl said her $3 Million dollar winner was "The last one hanging" so Im assuming it was the last ticket in the book. Thats the only 2 Top Prizes I know of that were at the beginning & end of a book.

      As far as the middle prizes such as $500-$1000, I've seen those personally all spread out throughout the books, from the very first to the very last & everything in the middle. I think the middle tier prizes here in FL are absolutely spread out. I can't say for sure on the Top Prizes though.

      This thing about the owner of the store winning the Top Prize leads us players to believe there is something very interesting about it. It definitely seems like a store owner has the advantage over us customers.

      DR - Just an FYI, I stopped at a gas station this morning on way to work. I saw a $5,000 winner hanging up on FL's $200 Lucky for life ($20) scratcher. It was ticket #042 out of #049

      The ticket had 10 matches for $500