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Post Multiple H1B Petition

Dear Sir,

Background:
I am an international student pursuing masters in US. I have got full-time offer letters from two of the big four accounting firms. Both the companies are willing to file H-1B petition for me in April 2017 and are not related to each other. They have completely different roles for me but are located in the same city.
Questions:
1. Is there any legal restriction to have two H-1B petitions from totally unrelated employers in the lottery to double my chances of getting H1B?
2. I do not intend to inform both the companies. Will they ever know that another company has also filed H1B on my behalf?
3. What will happen in case both my H-1B petitions are approved (chances are rare). Can I join any company?
Thank you in advance!
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