Alexander Hamilton wrote that lotteries should be kept simple, and that "Everybody.
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This kind of gambling was called skull card game Lotto or Semenaiu.
Before the advent of government-sponsored lotteries, many illegal lotteries thrived; see Numbers game and Peter.