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What's trash for one, then for another treasure

Published by: Leo 06|01|2016 || Views: 3720

IN 1988 year, the US Supreme Court in the case of "California v. Greenwood" issued a verdict, that the Constitution of the United States does not prohibit digging in trash, left outside the area adjacent to the house, and pick it up. In other words, all, that some people threw out in a public place, others may be considered "legitimate prey". This solution helped to avoid harassment for poor people and other hobbyists to explore the contents of dumpsters. Yes, yes, amateurs! There are people, who like to dig in the trash and find valuable things there. And sometimes their findings are simply amazing!

Winning lottery ticket for $1 million.

Kevin Donovan, mechanic from Massachusetts, often went to White Hen Pantry supermarket and bought instant lottery tickets. For a year he spent more than 2 one thousand dollars.

One evening Donovan looked into the supermarket again and bought immediately 50 tickets. However, wiping off the protective coating and realizing, that nothing was won, Kevin crumpled all lottery tickets and threw them in the trash can, near the exit from the store.

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How to play

For, to play Bingo Loto, select 25 numbers ranging from 1 to 75. You can make your own choice or rely on a computer. Your numbers will be displayed in the table 5 x 5, numbers from 1 to 15 displayed in the first column, from 16 to 30 - in the second column, from 31 to 45 - in the third column, from 46 to 60 - in the fourth column and from 61 to 75 - in the fifth column.

Bingo Loto ticket costs 1 € for playing combination. Each ticket contains one or two combinations of yours 25 numbers. Ticket sales end at 18:00 EAT (17:00 THIS).

During the game of 18:30 EAT (17:30 THIS), numbers are drawn randomly, and players can watch it on TV. The game is played in three stages with the aim of guessing the numbers being played as quickly as possible.

Mustvee alcoholic, lottery winner over 22 thousand euros, made the life of the townspeople hell

Published by: loarvik 27|01|2015 || Views: 6657

Last year, in the evening 10 December Bingo Loto has determined the winner of the main prize. The lucky winner bought the ticket from the Ceresus store in Mustvee. The amount of the win was 22 873 euros.

This news marked the beginning of a curious story.. Her moral is, what to win the lottery is, certainly, luck, which can touch you too, but sometimes a lucky break turns into a cruel joke.

The next day, the residents of the small town of Mustvee were very interested in, who is this lucky, lottery winner? It didn't take long to speculate, in the Ceresus store (this store is the only one in the city, where can i buy a lottery) local resident Peeter came, to check your ticket.

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Patriot Media Agency to Attract New Residents to Vaivara and Narva-Jõesuu

Published by: loarvik 13|12|2016 || Views: 2315

Patriot Media, a Tallinn advertising and marketing agency, has won a government procurement tender for attracting new residents to Vaivara and Narva-Jõesuu parishes planning to unite. To attract residents, a car drawing will be held, reported on monday, 12 December, “Actual camera”.

Patriot Media logo

Details on video…

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Prizes

Players, matching four numbers in each corner of the table from the first 33 numbers, win the smallest prize. Then five more balls are drawn, and the players win a prize, if they match all nine numbers, which will create a diagonal cross in the table. At the final stage, the balls fall out until then, until at least one of the players guesses all the numbers.

Jackpot is won, when one of the players guesses everything 25 numbers from the first 41. If nobody wins the jackpot during the week, next week's goal will be to match all the numbers from the first 42. The numbers played increase by 1 every week, until the jackpot is won.

Prizes are awarded on a sweepstakes basis, so they will be calculated based on the number of tickets sold and the number of players at each stage. The table below provides information on how to, what do you need to do, to win a prize at every stage, and the probability of winning.

Game stage Guess numbers Number of drawn balls Prize fund percentage
First 4 (each angular number) 33 35%
Second 9 (forming a diagonal cross or X) 38 15%
Third 25 (every square) Drawing, beginning with 41 incrementally, until the jackpot is won 50%

50% goes to the prize pool for matching all numbers, 30% - separately for all, who will win the jackpot, by guessing all the numbers from the required number of balls. If the jackpot is not won, he goes to the next draw. Rest 20% used for payments to players, who will guess all numbers not from the specified number of balls to win the jackpot.

for example, if you guessed all numbers from 41 balls or less, you win everything 50% prize fund, allocated for this level. If you can guess all the numbers from 42 balls or more, you will only win 20% prize fund. Rest 30% prize money of this level will be transferred to the next drawing.

Interesting fact

The minimum jackpot is 100 000 €. If there is less money in the prize pool, the Estonian national lottery reserve fund is used to pay out winnings. The reserve fund is also used to pay the minimum prize in 2 € to players from the lowest winning group.

Who will take a pack of tickets…

Published by: Vasilich 11|05|2013 || Views: 7220

Water pump, of course, nobody won, but many nice little things could be obtained for 30 kopecks. About the lucky ones, winning cars, there were legends. And every ticket purchaser hoped for a miracle.

ABOUT, how many ticket scams, winning cars. Shop directors bought them with pleasure, vegetable bases, foremen, procurers and other crooks. After all, the winnings were not subject to confiscation., when the number matched , but with the series something did not work, then you received a consolation ruble in the savings bank. Remembered?

In Narva, tickets were checked at the main savings bank of the city, which was located on Petrovskaya Square (city ​​government building). There were booths with winning numbers at the entrance (they were published in newspapers) and there was a trash can for throwing away tickets that did not win. As boys, we collected these tickets in an urn to use them as money in our children's games. Because they looked so much like them. And most importantly, the smell of these tickets was one to one, like real money.

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