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Would you continue to play Mega Million or Powerball...

Topic closed. 17 replies. Last post 1 year ago by psykomo.

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if they go to RNG computer draws?

yes [ 10 ]  [29.41%]
no [ 17 ]  [50.00%]
sometimes [ 6 ]  [17.65%]
undicided [ 1 ]  [2.94%]
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Posted: August 5, 2015, 6:36 pm - IP Logged

I assume even with an RNG it would be heavily regulated/monitored?

BG:

Yes, U would think. They tell U 24 hour video protects the computer.Some say security guards protect the perimeters.

Others invite outsiders (Lottery Post members) in to witness the computer draws, just make UR appointment for the

the one U want to witness, Hallalooyaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa>>>>>ble$$ D RNG>>>>>computerHiding Behind ComputerPuke  Hyper Hurray!

Lottery Post has a list of the states that use RNG's with the states "report card" and grade. Look it UP, its FREE!!!!!!!!

Tennessee and a few others have "poor" scores when it breaks down to their draw procedures. My big question for all

states using RNG would be "what" method the computer uses to generate the "number"?  IS it the CHIP or IS it the

WHITE-NOISE method? They say white-noise is the best and most secure method. The CHIP can be programed  in a

way that the lottery numbers they set will pop-up. Thud Scared    Thud    LOT$ of LUCK>>>>>>TODAY'$ YOUR "DAY" 

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    Posted: August 31, 2015, 2:27 pm - IP Logged

    Yes i would Psykopath. Haven't won big with robo-balls yet so i can't say RNGs are any worse but the recent not so Hot lotto scam by the Penguin will make some suspicious.

    RS:

                  16-21-25-28-29+16

     Now this is UR "perfect" RNG number worth $110 million to some WON!

                                                        $$$

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      Posted: September 13, 2015, 1:29 pm - IP Logged

                                     MUSL security worker who rigged drawings get 10 years

      The above article in the Lottery Post News..........educate you on picking the games you play today.

      If you live in a RNG state maby you can help educate your friends who play these generated games

      are not good for their lottery pocketbook. Think about the excuse the state give you why they use the

      RNG generator. They say it saves the state money. They don't tell YOU it cost YOU money. They imply

      they use top secure methods that (won't) will protect their valued players BUT, this cost big money to

      provide SECURITY. "DO you THINK they SPEND BIG SECURITY MONEY" when they tell you they won't

      spend the money to televise their SCAM?

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