|Posted: March 31, 2004, 9:03 pm - IP Logged|
i remember an australian company printed out slips, and tried to buyout the game by playing every number combination, but all lotteries make sure that a jackpot game is never bought out by one person or group. if someone is purchasing several tickets at a time, then the lottery will slow down the machine, or they will ask for the terminal to be shut off. some lotteries, such as CT, will only allow the sale of 100 tickets to one person at a time. after 100 tickets, the person has to get back in line.