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'Go Lotto' (NSW Lotteries) Wednesday draw #39 - 1985

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Published on Nov 27, 2007

A complete sample of a New South Wales Lotteries Lotto draw from 1985, telecast on TCN9 Sydney and country stations throughout NSW and hosted by John Tapp and Karen Pini.

Must say, they used to take an eternity to draw out six balls and a supplementary from the machine back then. Nowadays, if you blink, there's a good chance you'll miss the draw altogether!

Comments • 16

msjaldo
Hey is that Vince Sorrenti bowling at the beginning??!!
outwithspurs
the two sets of wickets at the start was more disgraceful than when trevor chappell bowled underarm
Tùng Ngô Thanh
outwithspurs
IanGorton
@msjaldo It sure looks like him
President Trump
damn this lotto is harder the one in the States/ 
Richard Noel Hedditch
The way Karen Pini said "That's a big one isn't it?" like she was telling a guy about what she think of his penis that she's just been looking at - rather than referring to a high Lotto number. In another of these numerous 1980s Lotto results telecasts, I remember Karen Pini say that "I'm ten inches"; meaning that she had ascertained,or established for herself by testing, that she could take a full ten inches up her vagina, be it a dildo or a real, erect penis.
Jason West
Every normal bloke had the hots for Karen.What a spunkrat!!!
IanGorton
This was back when the numbers only went up to 40 and there was only 1 supplimentry number. It now goes up to 45 and they have 2 supps.
IanGorton
That's inflation for you And yeah standard prize certainly hasn't changed. Considering that Lotto has been going since 1979
fairtradenow
In 1985 you could buy a modern house in Vaucluse, and buy a european car and have a OS holiday with the 1st prize. Now you'd need 10 times that. The ticket prices have increased, the odds have decreased (with the extra numbers), and the standard prizes haven't increased in 24 years. Something doesn't add up! Where's all the money going?
Brendan Richards
I think I saw an old "Go Lotto!" sign somewhere outside of Sydney recently; just goes to show that there are some things that are yet to become just a memory...
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