Confidence and trust in lottery agencies has been a hotly debated issue for quite some time. With widely known cases of fraud, such as the one in Pennsylvania (USA), in which the host of a lottery with a prize of $3.5 million (one of the largest at the time) replaced all lottery balls, except those with the numbers 4 and 6, with heavier ones. Working with the assumption that only lighter balls would be selected, the host’s associates placed their bets on all possible combinations of the numbers 4 and 6. The results were as they expected, with the winning combination being 666 ensuring them a nice payday but cheating the general public out of a fair chance to win.
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