Can anyone explain the different types of Japanese lotteries?

  1. Id like to know the names of some different types of lotteries and what exactly they are? I cant find them on the internet anywhere other than the names! Thanks.

    Answer by ThreeDayPriest
    Works the same as in other lotteries, that being that lotteries are for gamblers bad at math.

  2. There are lots of free-to-enter online “lotteries” supported by ads. Are these legally considered lotteries? I thought it was only legal to start one if you were a government or charity. If it isnt legally a lottery, can the name of the website still include words like “lotto,” “lottery,” or other similar terms?

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    Answer by Daze
    Lotterys have to have some sort of govermnetal connection/sponsorship/tax-movement.

    Private industry uses raffles.

  3. If people understood the mathematics involving probability and lotteries, do you think they would continue to spend hundreds of dollars per year on lottery tickets? Explain your answer.

    Answer by redphx
    i dont think so. if its money youre talking about, people would do anything if there is a chance of gettin it!

    After all, no one can win without taking the chance.


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