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Okay, Lotto New Zealand is rigged, too!

Posted by te2ataria on April 9, 2018

Definition of Alethophobia:

A fear or dislike of the truth. The inability to accept unflattering [incriminating] facts about your nation, religion, military, police, culture, ethnic group…

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Two First Division-winning tickets sold at the same Auckland Lotto store!!

“Two winning tickets were sold at Countdown Mt Wellington in Auckland, and another was sold to a MyLotto player in Canterbury,” a report said.

Like hell they were!

The winning numbers were: 1, 10, 13, 17, 19, 23 with 32 as the bonus ball and 3 for the powerball.

Can you work out the odds without help?
lotto table
[https://www.lotto.net/new-zealand-powerball/prizes]

UPDATED – Related links:

In reply to POWL, Jack P. said:

Here is a simplified model for NZ Powerball:
Winning combinations are generated with improbable odds and at highly improbable frequency:
– The odds of winning the jackpot (six Lotto numbers from 1 to 40 + powerball) are 1 in 38,383,800 (one in 38.4 million).
– The odds that each draw produces a winner with only 1.7 million tickets (4 lines each) sold is about 1.7*4/38.4 or 1 in 5.64 . [The probability of two jackpots being won with the same improbable odds are 1/5.64 x 1/5.64]
– Some 14 winning combination have resulted from 82 draws, so far this year. The odds of that happening are about 1 in 5,691,948,389 (5.69E09) or 1 in 5.7 billion.

I conclude the system is rigged to produce “easy” wins. For additional answers, follow the money: Assuming at least some of the winners are not part of the scam, where exactly do the considerable proceeds from ticket sales go?

Ps. I have submitted the model to my math professor for verification and validation by simulation on a supercomputer.

“I wonder if [your] blog post had anything to do with the Powerball rollover!” Eve has asked.

The blog had commented on: “The odds for the Lotto to be won pretty regularly, with far fewer rollovers than any similar system anywhere in the world.”

Lotto jackpots to $32m after tonight’s Powerball goes begging —NZHerald

Lotto’s Powerball has jackpotted to a jaw-dropping $32 million after tonight’s monster $28m jackpot failed to go off.

It means Kiwis across the country will get another shot at becoming multimillionaires this weekend.

“Saturday’s $32 million Powerball jackpot is one of the largest in New Zealand history,” said Lotto spokeswoman Kirsten Robinson.

What are the odds that each year at least 31 Kiwis become “millionaires after winning with Lotto’s games,” asks Eve?

This year, 31 Kiwis became overnight millionaires after winning with Lotto’s games, including 12 who have won big with Powerball. [That’s a total of 31 wins over 40 weeks including the dozen mega wins, despite the Powerball’s gravity-defying odds. Moderator]

And in total, 906 Kiwis had become overnight millionaires with Lotto since it was established way back in 1987. [That’s an average of 28 wins per year. Moderator]

The odds of winning the NZ Lotto top prize are one in 3.8 million and an even more dizzying for the Powerball at one in 38 million. [Sci-fi fans would be thrilled to learn the range of statistical improbabilities.]

You have a higher chance of being born with extra fingers or toes, or nailing a hole-in-one on a par 3 at the golf course.

You’re even more likely to be struck by lightning (one in 280,000), eaten by a shark (one in 3,700,000) or killed in a car crash on your way home–one in 11,000 [sic.]

To cover all the combinations and guarantee a winner in the Powerball draw, 38,383,800 tickets, each with a unique combination, must be bought.

If the tickets are bought randomly by large number of people playing independent of each other, which is normally the case, many more than 38 million tickets would be required to win the Poweball because of the multiples of no-win combinations. [Multiple wining combinations seldom occur.]

The 38,383,800 tickets bought @ $1.50 generate $57,575,700 in revenue for each draw. That’s a whopping $3 billion per year from the sales of Powerball tickets alone!

Latest Lotto Stats: Winner, winner, chicken dinner!!
Draw Number: 1897 – Wednesday October 9th 2019
Total prize payout: $3,511,351
No. of tickets sold: N/A
Powerball: Not won

Draw Number: 1896 – Saturday October 5th 2019
Total prize payout: $3,697,298
No. of tickets sold: N/A
Powerball: Not won
https://www.lotto.net/new-zealand-lotto/results/2019

Wouldn’t you want to know how much money is raked in from the sales of Lotto, Powerball and related games? Wouldn’t you want to see proof of exactly how much of the revenue is distributed by the New Zealand Lottery Grants Board as funding for recreation, arts, community projects and sports?

Don’t be a sucker!  Call for a public audit of NZ Lotto and Powerball!

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Fake Road Toll (as doctored and cooked by police and Ministry of Resurrection)

No. of crash victims who have been statistically resurrected: 20 [+ 1 dead victim who’s currently in limbo]

Police have reported only 136 fatalities so far this year. As of Monday morning (April 9, 2018), only 115 road fatalities had been registered by the Ministry of Resurrection.  Source of the officially-doctored data: http://www.transport.govt.nz/research/roadtoll/

[The actual road toll for 2018 so far is about 305, according to the blog’s advanced statistical model – margin of error: ±3 per cent.]

Proudly killed in NZ  [reported road fatalities only!]

Fatal crash Moutere Highway, Tasman
Monday, 9 April 2018 – 9:29am
A man was killed in truck crash on the Moutere Highway, earlier today.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-crash-moutere-highway-tasman

Fatal crash at Clandeboye, north of Timaru
Sunday, 8 April 2018 – 6:28am   –  Canterbury
One person was killed in a crash between a car and a truck in Clandeboye, north of Timaru overnight. Two others were transported to Timaru Hospital via ambulance with critical and moderate injuries.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-crash-clandeboye-north-timaru

Fatal crash, Mount Maunganui
Saturday, 7 April 2018 – 10:20am  [Bay of Plenty of Deaths]

A motorcyclist was violently killed in a crash with a truck on Totara Street, Mount Maunganui, police said.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-crash-mount-maunganui

Fatal crash at Tirau
Sunday, 8 April 2018 – 6:43am [Bay of Plenty of Deaths]
A fatal crash occurred at Tirau on Friday 6 April, and police say they are seeking sightings of the car before the crash.

2 Responses to “Okay, Lotto New Zealand is rigged, too!”

  1. E. Macron said

    PROUDLY KILLED IN NEW ZEALAND

    “Killed French student honoured with rugby game”
    The tragic death of a French exchange student will be honoured when French and New Zealand friends meet for a game of rugby.”

    https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/354847/killed-french-student-honoured-with-rugby-game

  2. Eve said

    I wonder if the blog post had anything to do with the Powerball rollover!

    “2. The odds for the Lotto to be won pretty regularly, with far fewer rollovers than any similar system anywhere in the world.”

    Lotto jackpots to $32m after tonight’s Powerball goes begging

    Lotto’s Powerball has jackpotted to a jaw-dropping $32 million after tonight’s monster $28m jackpot failed to go off.

    It means Kiwis across the country will get another shot at becoming multimillionaires this weekend.

    “Saturday’s $32 million Powerball jackpot is one of the largest in New Zealand history,” said Lotto spokeswoman Kirsten Robinson.

    What are the odds that each year at least 31 Kiwis become “millionaires after winning with Lotto’s games”?

    “This year, 31 Kiwis became overnight millionaires after winning with Lotto’s games, including 12 who have won big with Powerball.

    “And in total, 906 Kiwis had become overnight millionaires with Lotto since it was established way back in 1987.”
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12275093

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