I love the way you so eloquently word things whilst striking point after point of (seemingly) redundant facts to the OP who clearly doesn't believe the world is round =).Quote: MathExtremist
We also have physical proof. Roulette wheel clocking leads to predictable results, under the right circumstances, because there is a physical basis for it. It's been tested and repeated not only in lab settings but in casino settings ("Eudaemonic Pie," etc.) We also know that dice sliding leads to predictable results, and that the whip shot is predictable against a flat backboard, but those aren't consistently repeatable in a casino. Moreover, we also know that generic throwing on a generic table is *not* predictable. Physicists have studied this and concluded that at the level of imprecision in a casino dice game, the dynamical system of throwing dice onto a craps table "approximates the random process." (M. Kapitaniak, et al., “The three-dimensional dynamics of the die throw,” CHAOS 22, 047504 (2012))
In other words, to continue your thought, physics does not require his belief either. Denying the physics of dice throwing is like denying the physics of a round Earth or of heliocentricity. It might make instinctive sense to a child who is innocently naive about the world, but childlike naivete in an adult is not so innocent. It's the same sort of naivete that leads to anti-science denial in other guises (anti-vaccine, climate change denial, insisting that abortions cause breast cancer, etc.) It's also been the source of thousands of people spending money on bogus "guaranteed winning" gambling systems for roulette, or taking "precision dice shooting" seminars.
thousand bucks a week every single week.
dont forget I get to adjust the magnets under the table.
Discipline, along with a deep knowledge and strategy of the game, shadowed by realistic expectations, can bring consistent winnings.
Las Vegas. I see you mentioned something about visiting during March. We can agree on a 3rd party to hold the money and verify everything.Quote: AxelWolf
Im up for it. Where are you located Axel?
Are you a professional gambler?
I think it's probably relative. I'd much rather have a 500k startup exit than a 50k AP win. And both appear equivalently likely...Quote: MrV
Money won is sweeter than money earned.