Re: Programming to Beat the Odds in Gaming



In article <86e4a255-6004-444c-bceb-68f4f48e84ab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, mensanator@xxxxxxx says...
On Apr 28, 3:00 pm, "Rickey" <rickey.bro...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I am a person with limited programming skills.

Uh, oh.

Professionally, I work as a government engineer.

How many programmers does it take to change a light bulb?

None, it's a hardware problem!

Since my programming skills are limited, I am seeking
to partner with someone who possesses advanced programming skills in order
to develop a method for consistently beating the casino in a perfectly legal
way.

Looking for the black cat in the dark room that isn't there, eh?

I play one game only. It is roulette.

For the sake of Rickey's compatriots, I hope his understanding of bridge dynamics, sewer systems, air-traffic analysis,
or whatever other skill-base he requires for his work as a "govermnent engineer", is greater than his understanding of
elementary statistics and probability theory.

Mike
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