Welcome To The Original Domain Name Of
REVISED: September 24, 2014
- Part 8 -
The Tax Break Shenanigans of J. Winston Krause
In 2008, Commissioner Krause sued the IRS to get a
refund of interest and penalties he had paid for a disallowed
deduction and income. The disallowed deduction ... he
bought Canadian dollars for $20K; claimed he paid
$2.8 million; he showed a loss of <$2.7 million> yet
he had sold the Canadian dollars for $19.5K. A 2010
5th Circuit of Appeals quote ... "Krause's Tax
Chicanery" A very interesting and telling story
about the man who Chairs our Lottery.
Part 8 Posted April 6, 2014
A Must Read For Texas Players.
Click graphic above ...
|My Letter To The
of Travis County
RE: Fun 5's scratch ticket NOT
paying face value of prizes won.
Click here, a pdf
|Texas' Fun 5's Scratch
Tickets Not Paying
Face Value of Winnings
Don't get screwed. See it for yourself
and speak up. Posted 9/8/14.
Fun 5's -
Texas Lottery - Lotto Texas - Texas Lotto Drawing Results
Lotto Texas - Texas Lotto Winning Numbers
Mega Millions & Megaplier Winning Numbers
Powerball Winning Numbers/Drawing Results
Texas Lottery Pick3 & Daily 4 Winning Numbers
Pick3 Strategy Page, Click Here
Texas Lottery Cash 5 Winning Numbers
Texas Lottery TX 2 Step Winning Numbers
Texas Lottery - All or Nothing - Winning Numbers
For Number Frequency on Texas Lottery
online games - Pick 3, Daily4, Cash 5,
Texas 2 Step & Lotto Texas, go to
For prize payouts & number of winners,
go to www.lottoreport.com
For comprehensive draw details,
go to www.lottoreport.com/results.htm
FY14 Ends With What Appears To Be
A Substantial Loss In Revenue
... Sales way down from FY13 ...
Powerball <$106.5 M>; Lotto Texas <$11 M>;
Pick 3 <$14.7 M>; Cash Five <$3.7 M>; 2 Step <$2.4 M>;
All or Nothing <$17.3 M>. Two games increased their sales ...
Mega Millions (+ $72M) and Daily 4 (+ $8 M) Scratch ticket
sales to be determined. See the facts - Posted 8/31/14. Click here.
- Awesome ... A 3 Part Investigative Story -
Four Multi Million Dollar Wins Then 28 Low Tier Claims
by Joan Ginther, Then A Close Friend Claims More Prizes.
Theories on how she beat the odds to win multi millions 4 times.
"Lotterys luckiest woman bet flabbergasting sums on scratch-offs"
This 3 part story began July 1, 2014 - The reporter, Peter Mucha,
Philly.com, spent hundreds of hours researching this Texas winner
and researching theories on how she to beat the odds!
Parts 1 - 3 - Links to all three parts, Click here
Philly.com's - More Coverage -
How Peter Mucha's lottery series evolved, click here
Ginther tops many multiple winners, click here
Ginther known as big time ticket buyer, click here
16 schemes likely not used by Ginther, Click here
Just how outrageous were the odds, Click here
Tx stores that still sell the $7.5 Million Fortune
scratch ticket (a $50 ticket) - Click here (pdf)
- Meet Kelly Cripe -
The Spokesperson For the Texas Lottery
She's the person who decided I didn't need to receive public
information that I pass along to you every day!
Originally Posted 5/30/12 - Click here -
My response to Cripes Cease & Desist Letter
Posted 4/21/13, Click here
We've never seen Cripe on TV - See the "test"
interview she did prior to being hired. (A wmv
file - should open in Windows Media Player)
Posted June 23, 2014 - Click here
Senator Deuell Requests an AG Opinion ...
Does Texas Triple Chance Qualify As a "Lottery?"
Read Senator Deuell's letter, Click here (a pdf - 02/10/14)
My letter to the AG - (a pdf - 01/28/14), click here
About Texas Triple Chance - 3 Separate Postings
With this letter, I've done all I can do - Posted 1/30/14. Click here
Is this game a true lottery game? Is it legal? Posted 1/20/14, Click here
"Secretly" Proposed - Details New Game - Posted 1/7/14, Click here
Did Gary Grief Lead The Commissioners To
Believe All or Nothing was born in Texas?
And about that highly publicized "liability" problem.
Posted 6/8/13 - Click here
Houston Chronicle Exposes Mr. Grief's
Contractions Regarding All or Nothing
Here's the answers to all your questions and the
REAL truth (6/5/13) Edited. Minor language
changes made.(6/6/13).... Click here
This is an unofficial site and is not associated
with the TLC (Texas Lottery). Although I take
extreme care in posting the results- I offer no
warranty as to the accuracy of any of my
presented information. To confirm winning
numbers - I strongly urge you to obtain a
printout from your retailer. Do NOT ask
them to run your tickets through the machines -
the TxLottery machines can & do make mistakes.
Check your own tickets.
Here's why lottotexas.com has moved ....
The Texas Lottery filed a complaint with WIPO and
the panelist ruled in their favor - awarding the
Texas Lottery the domain name, lottotexas.com/net.
I have 10 days to file a lawsuit which I'm currently considering.
Filing a lawsuit is my only option in keeping the domain names.
(I decided not to pursue this issue)
Here is the story about the Texas Lottery's victory,
then I've made additional comments for you ....
Texas Lottery Hits Jackpot, Wins 3 Domain Names
The Texas Lottery Commission has won a big prize, taking home three domain names through arbitration including one that gets over 65,000 visits a month.
The group filed the complaint against The Lotto Report for LottoTexas.com, LottoTexas.net, and Megaplier.org. Megaplier is the name of a lotto add-on in the state that lets people multiply their winnings. LottoTexas.com is a big traffic domain, and Compete.com shows it getting nearly 20,000 uniques and over 65,000 visits in July. The domains are forwarded to various pages on LottoReport.com.
The Lotto Report said it bought LottoTexas.com and LottoTexas.net from their previous owner in 2008. They were active web sites before that, and The Lotto Report says it has maintained them by posting lotto results, rule changes, and news.
The Lotto Report had a chance to win the case, but was probably doomed because the web sites included links to the respondents paid subscription service. The respondent tried to argue that the subscription service was unsuccessful and winding down, but the panelist found this irrelevant.
Comments & Opinions by Dawn Nettles - www.lottoreport.com
I play the lottery and I lose every time I play - I generally taking losing as a part of life. I move on. I don't let any thing get me down. In the case of losing my domain names, when I make a final decision on what I plan to do - fight them or not fight them - I will be at peace.
I don't mind losing if it's a fair fight, but in this case, I don't feel as though it was fair. This is because the sole WIPO panelist, Roberto Americo Bianchi, who made the decision to give the TLC my domain names, made a mistake in his decision indicating to me that he didn't read or fully consider our response plus he has a track record of ruling in favor of big businesses. His decision came fast - too fast to have examined and considered all the documents he possessed.
Here is one of the mistakes found in his decision and the only one I can tell you about at this time ...
Notice that he emphasizes "after" (he didn't underline it in his decision, it was just italicized) - well ... the problem is we not only stated that I had been recognized as a "watchdog" since as early as 1999 in our response - which was long before I obtained lottotexas.com in Dec 2008 - but we also included 100 of 209 news stories for proof.
IF he had read our material carefully, he would have seen the vast majority of the news stories were regarding the game - Lotto Texas. What happened to common sense and reasoning? "watch dog" ... "lotto texas" ... "texas lottery"
IF he had truly read the news summaries, I don't believe the above statement would be found in his decision as it wasn't necessary since he states in the next paragraph that even if I had demonstrated that I was commonly called the Lotto Texas Watchdog, it wouldn't have made any differences to him.
So here is what I'm going to do for my lottotexas visitors. Because the domain name is in jeopardy, I am making it my home page at www.lottoreport.com. It will always be there and you can depend on having the results and payouts after every draw fast.
Just save the new address in your favorites. The Texas Lottery can't touch this domain name so it will be a safe and reliable site for all of you - www.lottoreport.com.
In case you are wondering why the Texas Lottery did this, it's because they don't want you to know the things I tell you.
Now go on and get your drawing results which is why you came here in the first place! Click here.
Comments? Email me.
The Lotto Report
(All About the Lotteries)
P. O. Box 495033
Garland, Texas 75049-5033
(972) 681-1048 (Fax)