The results from the various New Zealand lotteries appear trustworthy, but they are not necessarily secure. Let’s take, for example, the New Zealand Super, which is the world’s biggest generally accepted sports betting syndicate. I have been participating in the Super for about four years and I have never won on the Super6. I have been a member of the syndicate for about three of those four years.
On the other hand, I have been a member of almost every other sports syndicate in New Zealand. I guess, from what I have heard, it is the best sports syndicate in New Zealand. It is not open to the public; it is sold to 20 trusted members every four months, for a small annual fee.
The results and the results preparation are done for the New Zealand Sports Council. The AT5 then decides which syndicates are full and there is no informing anybody if you are a member of an empty syndicate. The members are fully responsible for the preparation of the New Zealand Sports Council results and the responsibility of updating the information begins with the clerk of the New Zealand Sports Council.
On my offer, the New Zealand Sports Council will help me to make an informed decision about my registration in the syndicate. In other words, if I want to be a member of this lottery syndicate, there are basically two ways of this being done. First, I can ask the associate to pull the numbering plans for the New Zealand Sports Council which will save me the time. However, in doing so, I have no other work to do and I save time. The second option would be to fill in the New Zealand Sports Council’s online form, which is applicable to everyone in the syndicate. I fill in the form every week and I do not have to worry about getting the application form up to the clerk, which is another service the New Zealand Sports Council provides.
The New Zealand Lottery Commission makes profits by charging quite high membership fees. It is not cheap to pay $50 every week to become a member. I think the point is maybe that the New Zealand Lottery Commission is trying to be something more than a simple bookie. Maybe they see their role as being similar to the way a stock broker would perceive his or her role in the stock market – trying to help provide the market with better prices and, by extension, make more capital available to the market so that it can be more price efficient.
By getting a member of the New Zealand Lottery Commission registered as a syndicate player, I am thereby guaranteed that I or my syndicate would be placed into a group of pokerbo players who would provide better odds for the drawing dates. For example, if I were to be in the 100 person syndicate, we would be placing every man in the syndicate in one particular playing Lotto 6/49 game. By doing so, we could have almost anyone in the syndicate available to win the winning 6/49 lottery numbers.
The advantage of equipping your self-made syndicate with an effective lottery system that works is then greatly improved. It makes you all work less and earn more. The other issue is that you would have to do less work to make money. Instead of all the effort being removed from work, you all but guarantee that you will be posting some profits to your Cow Palace account.