# Re: Math experiment

On May 28, 3:20 pm, Frz <Frzdrdh...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
jeremy <jer...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote innews:_wE6i.4853\$C96.204@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:

The problem is that there are two questions being asked and the second
one negates the percentage of the first one, they are not cumulative
and the math is describing a false condition.

JJ

Exactly. The odds were 1:3 before the first pick. After the first pick,
the odds adjust to 1:2. They are not cumulative, nor are they static. To
see this in real life, just watch any Texas Holdem' show on television and
see how the odds adjust after each card is revealed.

---Frz

FRZ,

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