Are the Lotteries a Proof of How Naive People Are?
Do you think it would be correct to categorize most lottery players as being naive, easily duped by bait-and-switches, or self-conspiring nutcases? Hundreds of thousands of dollars are spent every week on lotto tickets by people who assert (with thoroughly silly arguments) that the lottery is a fool’s game. Many thousands more are spent by serious lottery players on related items or services. Some people spend a fortune of their lifetime savings on tickets, not realizing that, over time, their investment will pay Absolutely NO dividends. There is no market for people who continually lose at lottery. People who count cards, hang around casino pokies, or otherwise play electronic devices are not attracted to such low-ceilinged games of chance. And no, they are not taught to be sophisticated. They learn to play the game on the bus or at the work.
Modern technology and narrow-lined playing cards have taken a large bite out of the game of cheating the lottery. So-called ‘stress-proof’ lottery machines have made it possible to steal billions from the lottery players. Electronic ball drawing machines, which are concealed behind simple plastic consoles,ニ, or better yet, behind dummy walls, pockets, or coffee tables, can easily be programmed (not programmed to cheat, of course, but programmed to give the appearance of being able to ‘tell the numbers just by looking at them’, or to be able to ‘games them selves’).
Players can also use sophisticated mobile phones, Sony Ericsson cell phones, scanner phones, I portable computers, and other so-called hands-free mobile devices. These allow the lottery player to play the lottery from anyplace, even while waiting for a doctor’s appointment or hopping on a drug flight.
The world is a prison, and the guards are becoming more and more lawless as economic recession deepens and employees are cut back on their jobs. This has led to more desperate rooting for the popular lottery games such as the UK National Lottery, the Euromillions Lottery on EuroMillions, and the New Zealand Super Lottery.
While avoiding criminals’ methods, the Lottery itself has beenulit by the law. It is forbidden to buy a lottery ticket from aiff regulated source, and from anywhere in the world. Many retailers are also forbidden, along with those who help the government with lottery tickets.
Some people, meantime, claim that the existence of lottery cheats is a mere imbalance created by the government. This claim is based on the assumption that lottery exists to appropriate money from the budget and that people who win in lottery are not the real winners. Statistics show that in EuroMillions, there are nearly 100 thousand winners every year. Of course, not all of these lottery winners are made millionaires; but the vast majority are net winners, that is, winners of lower prize.
uelaw management plans and the potential scams associated with lottery have been vast. There are reports of suspicious lottery systems; there are calls for regulation; and there are calls for a ban on the lottery.
All of these calls are raising concern especially in the United Kingdom, where the government is said to be considering a ban on the Egp88.
In the United States, there are many lotteries that are not only legal, but widely popular. These lotteries include the Powerball, Mega Millions, Hot Lotto, Tri-State lottery, Pick 3, Tri-State lotteries on the Kansas, Colorado and Missouri Lotteries. These lotteries are opposed to the ban recommended by some.
There is a large underground economy that markets and invests lottery ticket revenue in order to create and distribute fake lotto tickets. This is a very sophisticated scam, with actors supplied by syndicates. They game the system by signing fake tickets, and have their original tickets customized so that they cannot be easily detected.
Some players have had their two winning tickets stolen from their laptop or wallet. Others have had their bank accounts and credit cards compromised by these thieves.
The lack of security continues with the lottery system. Recently a television program featured former National Lottery referees, none of them were disciplined.