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Only one? No all major lottery in EU or US is rigged: El Gordo, in Spain is not a exception

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Posted: March 9, 2012, 9:31 am - IP Logged

I read this article here http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/169513 and i must say, this is wrong.

even the el gordo lottery in spain is rigged, it was in the spain press.

some kids told the press, they got instructions from subworkers of the el gordo host only to pick

"cold" numbers during the drawing!

 

this is how they done it to rigg the el gordo lottery in spain.

before the "drawing" they put the selected balls in the freezer.

the kids get then instructions only to pick this "cold" numbers for the big fat one.

 

so this tells us, all lottery jackpots world wide are rigged, nice place we live here.

i think the humanity doesn't deserve to survive, if they continuing doing this biggest and dirtiest fraud in the history of mankind.

man should be completly wiped out of this planet, if man can't even stage a honest lottery without cheating on himself.

i mean its not even their money, its our money they use against us, to cheat on us.

the only solution here is to stop playing this devil game, thats how you can hurt them. i stopped playing long ago and i am happier than before now.

 

i have read many articles on the web regarding rigged lotterys. i have read the lottery hosts inject heavier than air radon gas with needles in the preselected ping pong balls, even mercury, paint.

other lottery operators use special allmost magic and altered lottery drawing machines, this machines have hidden ball swapping or ball ejecting hatches and what not.

and some lottery operator use prerecorded video tapes of archived drawings and air it as a "live" drawing, some do to an specific percentage live drawing, but they put into the live broadcast archived and short video cuts of archived drawings. they have for every number such short archived video cuts.

 

they use supercomputers to calculate before each drawing, which combination of numbers gives them the lowest payout. thats why there is a delay between the bidding and the drawing. you cant play 5 minutes before the drawing.

their computers need their time to calculate the best loosing number combination. this way, they only have to payout a few 3 and 4 number hits.

yes you can win on the lottery, a few of us players can get sometimes 3, 4 or maybe 5 numbers right, but you will never have a chance to win the jackpot or get 6 or 7 numbers right.

they let the jackpot rollover so long until nobody but themselve have the winning hit.

 

everyone is involved in this rigged lotterys, even online lottery offices and remote online lottery results bidding agents(some of those offices and agents dont even know the lottery results are prearranged, but their their insurance companies for the jackpot payouts know this and are working together with the lotterys, they have secret agreements with the lottery agencies).

 

you can try and check it out for yourself for each lottery.

play one bet regulary and then make one bet more but dont play this, instead write your second bet down to a blank sheet of paper.

now do this for 3 months and then compare which one gave you more hits.

if you find a huge gap between your "online" and "offline" played numbers, you can be sure that your lottery is rigged and fixed and you never have and had a chance to win the big cash.

 

its a sad world we are living here.we dont live in a democracy, we live in a capitalism.

 

sorry for my bad language, english isnt my native language.Smile

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    Posted: March 9, 2012, 9:56 am - IP Logged

    Why do you think most states are turning to RNG's to pick their numbers?

    Do you really think any state lottery wants a fair and open game?  How would they increase their contribution to the state's treasury if they did something that stupid?  If I were the CEO of a state lottery, I would be looking for ways to increase my yearly bonus as many such CEO's have done in the past and will do so in the future.

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      Posted: March 9, 2012, 10:21 am - IP Logged

      litre,

      Wilkommen,

      From the OP:

      "this is how they done it to rigg the el gordo lottery in spain.

      before the "drawing" they put the selected balls in the freezer.

      the kids get then instructions only to pick this "cold" numbers for the big fat one."

      Was the Spanish press you mentioned a tabloid? The 'cold numbers' explanation sounds like something a tabloid would run, as a parody article.

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      Anyone else see this and think it was pumpi?

      Scared

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

      Lep

      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: March 9, 2012, 10:23 am - IP Logged

        In our hearts we know that every lottery is fraudulent, but some still have the hope to win one day the jackpot.

        yet not even knowing that's all a illusion that will never happen.

        i still havent figured out where all this money is going. the goverment must be involved in this fraud, you can't just hide and intercept billions of cash from the always watching eyes of the goverment.

        the money must be go somewhere.

         

        peace and out.

         

        Was the Spanish press you mentioned a tabloid? The 'cold numbers' explanation sounds like something a tabloid would run, as a parody article.

        @coin toss as far as i remember it was in a spain newspaper article, don't remember more the name of the newspaper, but it was in the news a few years ago.