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Old 2017-05-20, 04:12   #30
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"Rashid Naimi"
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Here are some facts which unfortunately are likely to cause some to ignore the first fact.

* In the long (enough) run the-house will be the winner.

* If the casinos did not have upper table limit, they would go bankrupt probably in a day by people with deep pockets (or on very lucky streaks ) playing double or nothing

* In absence of an upper limit such as is the case with some daily draws the limit is set by the amount of money that you have

* Due to the slight bias in favor of the house such as paying double on a probability of 18/37 in roulette, in the long run the house will always win( unless you can make them run out of money breaking the iterations). It is easy to verify this by computer simulation. It never fails to work in favor of the house given large enough number of iterations.

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