At the very beginning of a round the Service generates a random long number from 0 to 1 (e.g. 0.282794734) and encrypts it through the MD5 algorithm. The result is displayed at the beginning of a round.
At the end of the round the Service multiplies the number by the general number of all tickets thus getting the number of a winner.
An example: At the end of a round the general deposit is 1000$ (there are 100000 tickets in the game), a generated number was 0.282794734. The Service multiplies the number 0.282794734 by 100.000 thus getting the number of a winner 28279 that is being displayed at the moment of a raffle.
The game number can be seen near the hash code at the bottom of the page, if you open the game in the game history.
A Fair Game Principle: we can’t know a tickets number that is displayed at the end of a round in advance and the multiplied random number is generated at the very beginning of a game. That is why we have no opportunity to influence the results of a raffle.
You can check the honesty of the game like this:
1) Remember the hash code of the game in the beginning of the round.
2) After the game is over, open it in the game history and check the hash code compliance with the initial.
3)Check if hash code is correct for the game number by any MD5 calculator. For example: http://www.md5.cz/
4) Multiply the number of tickets by the number of the game.