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At the beginning of a round the Service generates a random long number from 0 to 1 (e.g. 0.32408) and encrypts it through the SHA-2
algorithm. The result is displayed at the beginning of a round. At the end of the round the Service multiplies the encrypted number by 15 thus getting the number of a winner slot.
An example: At the beginning of the round the encoded number is 0.4230882323. The Service multiplies it by 15 thus getting number 6.3463234845. As a result the counting number is 6 (the red slot). In this round the winners are those who have placed their bets on red slot.
You can check whether a winner slot is fair or not on your own. At the end of a round take the encoded number and encrypt it one more time with a help of any online service, e.g. http://sha224.net/256.
You will get the same hash value which was at the beginning of a round. This means that the game was not rigged.
Since the system selects winning sector at the very beginning of the round and any player can monitor it's change - we have no opportunity to influence the results of a raffle.