Super 7’s Oz Lotto – $10m Super Draw – 7th Feb 2012
Yet again Tattersalls comes out the true winner. Being a $10m super draw I scraped together every penny I could muster in the hope of winning something decent. Let’s face it, not a first division, apparently that’ll never happen. But at least a return on my money something like the odds Tattersalls publish proclaim.
Alas, it was not to be. Tattersalls odds continue to prove unreliable and a misrepresentation of what you might actually experience.
Here’s my run down for the $10m Super 7’s super draw held on 7th Feb:
1 x System 10
18 x System 8
159 x Standard Games
Total Cost to Play: $507.45
Winnings: A *massive* $14.55
Net position: Blew another $492.90
An open message to Tattersalls: Australian consumer law requires that a sold product perform (within reason) to it’s stated “specifications”. In the case of your lottery games, I consider those specifications to be the odds you publish. I have consistently received far less odds than those that are published – this isn’t an intermediate thing, it’s a consistent pattern. I therefore allege that the tickets I have bought are, under standard consumer law, faulty by nature.
Net position for 2012 so far: Tattersalls have managed to farm $2,885.28 from me.
Thanks Tattersalls – Tatts me out of here (with ‘here’ being the disgustingly terrible losing streak I consistently experience playing your lotteries). Keep on taking from the poor and give to the rich.
Given we’re over a month down the track, I’ll try and find some time in the next post or two to publish the actual odds Tattersalls games have yielded this particular player.