Have you ever had a win on the scratch cards and felt like you’re the luckiest person alive? The answer is probably no, but imagine how lucky you would feel if you had FOUR wins which totalled around £13 Million…
This is exactly what happened to a lady in the US called Joan Ginther. This woman started out by winning $5.4 Million, which must have set her up pretty well, but then ten years later she scooped another $2 Million win.
As if this wasn’t good enough, two years after this she went on to rake in another $3 million! The icing was well and truly put on the cake in the summer of 2010 when she hit a $10 Million jackpot!
Now how lucky is that? Well we can tell you, the odds of this happening are said to be 1 in 18 septillion, it’s also said that luck like this would only be likely to occur once every quadrillion years. These are all totally incomprehensible numbers.
How about this is too lucky to be luck? What if this is actually some form of cheating? A professor of ‘Gambling and Commercial Gaming’ from the University of Navada says, ‘When something this unlikely happens in a casino, you arrest them and ask questions later’, this quote says a lot.
There are said to be numerous ways in which the system behind the scratchcards can make it possible to determine with accuracy where the winning cards will be placed.
Behind the sort of system that generates scratchcards there will be an algorithm which determines how many winning tickets to print and on which print out of cards to place them. Now if you can work that out, and you have knowledge of where the tickets in question are going to be shipped, you could be onto a winner, literally.
Determining the location of a winning card would probably more difficult on an online scratchcard, of course, if you fancy your chances you can claim £20 Free at this bingo site which offers scratchcards. We suggest you don’t though, as you’ll probably lose. Continue reading