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Posted: August 14, 2013, 10:57 am - IP Logged

Powerball is a privately owned company that was bought several years ago by a New Jersey group. They changed the machines to the ones seen today. Why didn’t they make the bottom part of the machine out of plexiglass so that we can see what’s going on inside the machine


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    Posted: August 14, 2013, 11:15 am - IP Logged

    Suppose you tell us, why?

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      Posted: August 14, 2013, 11:18 am - IP Logged

      Powerball is a privately owned company that was bought several years ago by a New Jersey group. They changed the machines to the ones seen today. Why didn’t they make the bottom part of the machine out of plexiglass so that we can see what’s going on inside the machine

      Alien- are you suggest that since NJ has had a golden run with PB wins as of late that they have rigged the machines to benefit State players?
      My question to you is " how would they know a certain winning ticket was purchased in NJ?"
      Perish the thought on Plexiglass.


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        Posted: August 14, 2013, 11:24 am - IP Logged

        powerball machines use smartplays solution system automatic number recognition

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          Posted: August 14, 2013, 11:28 am - IP Logged

          powerball machines use smartplays solution system automatic number recognition

          Smart technology that says " This ticket is purchased in NJ?"- Really?


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            Posted: August 14, 2013, 11:37 am - IP Logged

            you play the game and dont know who make the machine or the technology behind it

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              Posted: August 14, 2013, 12:13 pm - IP Logged

              you play the game and dont know who make the machine or the technology behind it

              I think the Feds would like to talk to you- it seems you have information they would like to get their hands on.

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                Posted: August 14, 2013, 2:09 pm - IP Logged

                Powerball is a privately owned company that was bought several years ago by a New Jersey group. They changed the machines to the ones seen today. Why didn’t they make the bottom part of the machine out of plexiglass so that we can see what’s going on inside the machine

                there ya go great invention you can Patton the idea and summit them to the Lottery headquartersThumbs Up

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                  Posted: August 14, 2013, 3:57 pm - IP Logged

                  Powerball is a privately owned company that was bought several years ago by a New Jersey group. They changed the machines to the ones seen today. Why didn’t they make the bottom part of the machine out of plexiglass so that we can see what’s going on inside the machine

                  Last week the lottery terminal ran out of paper and when the clerk opened it, I got to see what was inside. The random generator was actually a tiny alien with a Jersey accent sitting at a tiny desk using a tiny computer. Even though I couldn't see what was on his screen, he quickly clicked on the red X, to make sure I couldn't.

                  The RNG is a computer program a computer translates and sends electronic signals to the screen and to the printer. The signals are sent at the speed of light so even if there are micro aliens from Jersey inside running across the circuits delivering instructions and sending them back and forth to their planet, you couldn't see them. What would you expect to see if your PC was housed in plexiglas?

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                    Posted: August 14, 2013, 4:02 pm - IP Logged

                    I must say, that I enjoy a good laugh at some of these ideas that people come up. Ty for my daily laugh !

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                      I must say, that I enjoy a good laugh at some of these ideas that people come up. Ty for my daily laugh !

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                        Posted: August 14, 2013, 4:32 pm - IP Logged

                        Suppose you tell us, why?

                        I Agree! State your conspiracy theory.

                        Your previous post about rigged PB machines fell flat. Do you have new information with this update?

                        Your post title is confusing, mentioning quick pick, which is a retailer terminal function. But yet you are again asking about the construction of the Smartplay ball draw machine?

                        Just to fan the flames:

                        I can think of many ways to rig the MM and PB ball draw machines. And I'm sure any competent magician could rig a machine like the those to spit out any numbers they want, but are they? Don't forget the most fundamental magician's trick: misdirection. While you are busy watching the bouncing balls in the chamber, the guy behind the curtain could be forging a wager in the back-end system so that someone can produce/print a matching ticket later that matches whatever was drawn.

                        But this is all just conspiracy theory.

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                          Posted: August 14, 2013, 5:11 pm - IP Logged

                          there ya go great invention you can Patton the idea and summit them to the Lottery headquartersThumbs Up

                          Is this a pun about the famous WWII General or maybe a six degree of separation conspiracy theory against a lottery using a RNG for their drawings?

                          Pat Summitt was a NCAA Hall of Fame women's basketball coach at the University of Tennessee, the TN Lottery switched from live ball drawings to an RNG, the RNG was programmed to show no repeat digits in their pick-3 and pick-4 games, it took a month to figure out they had a problem, and many players believe cheating was involved.

                          Hiding Behind Computer

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                            Posted: August 14, 2013, 5:25 pm - IP Logged

                            Last week the lottery terminal ran out of paper and when the clerk opened it, I got to see what was inside. The random generator was actually a tiny alien with a Jersey accent sitting at a tiny desk using a tiny computer. Even though I couldn't see what was on his screen, he quickly clicked on the red X, to make sure I couldn't.

                            The RNG is a computer program a computer translates and sends electronic signals to the screen and to the printer. The signals are sent at the speed of light so even if there are micro aliens from Jersey inside running across the circuits delivering instructions and sending them back and forth to their planet, you couldn't see them. What would you expect to see if your PC was housed in plexiglas?

                            lol "What would you expect to see if your PC was housed in plexiglas?"

                            People would see wayyyyyyyyy too much.

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                              Posted: August 14, 2013, 5:27 pm - IP Logged

                              Is this a pun about the famous WWII General or maybe a six degree of separation conspiracy theory against a lottery using a RNG for their drawings?

                              Pat Summitt was a NCAA Hall of Fame women's basketball coach at the University of Tennessee, the TN Lottery switched from live ball drawings to an RNG, the RNG was programmed to show no repeat digits in their pick-3 and pick-4 games, it took a month to figure out they had a problem, and many players believe cheating was involved.

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                              LOL 6 degrees between a patent and the peak of a mountain ! ROFL

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