"  deunopostehoje " is an illegal numbers game that originated in Brazil. Translated to English, it means " deunopostehojes ." The game has its roots in the early 20th century and was created by Baron João Batista Viana Drummond, who was looking for a way to raise funds for the Rio de Janeiro Zoo. The game involves betting on a set of animals, each associated with a specific four-digit number.      

Here's a brief overview of how the game works:

Animal Associations: Each number from 00 to 99 is associated with a specific animal.  For example, 01 might be associated with the ostrich, 25 with the monkey, and so on.  These associations are often represented in a chart known as the "animal game table."  deunopostehoje " 

Betting: Players place their bets on one or more numbers, typically by purchasing a ticket.  The bets can be placed on individual numbers, combinations, or groups of numbers.  deunopostehoje rj 

Draw: A draw takes place to determine the winning number.  This draw is often associated with the result of a specific lottery, such as the first two digits of the winning numbers in the official lottery draw.

Payouts: Payouts are made based on the type of bet and the winning number.  The odds and payouts can vary depending on the specific rules used in different regions.

It's important to note that "jogo do bicho" is illegal in Brazil, as it is not regulated by the government and operates outside the legal framework for gambling.  Despite its illegality, the game has persisted in various forms, and law enforcement has periodically cracked down on operators.  The game remains a cultural phenomenon in Brazil, and its popularity can be attributed to its historical roots and the allure of quick, informal betting.