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freddy the great (Guest)
21-06-03, 03:40 AM
New staking plan called the Power of 13.6

Been designed with idiots in mind so we know Glen and his right hand will be signing up.

It involves numerous calculations, too detailed to show here but for a small fee (13,666) I will email it to you.

Address is bornyesterday@con.com.au

Go for it Glen!

Glen (Guest)
21-06-03, 07:57 AM
How do you amuse Freddy for hours? - Write pto on both sides of a piece of paper

How do you keep Freddy moving for hours? - Put him in a round room and tell him to sit in the corner

What's 5 mile long with an IQ of 20? - A Freddy parade

How do you sink a sub full of Freddies? - Knock on the door

Why did Freddy jump the chain link fence? - he wanted to see what was on the other side.

We all luv ya Freddy......FREDDIE FREDDIE FREDDIE FOR EVER

freddy the great (Guest)
21-06-03, 02:23 PM
I knew Glen would be dumb enough to fall for it

Jacques Guy (Guest)
21-06-03, 08:16 PM
Only 13,666? I'll take your offer (they're 13,666 Turkish lira I take it, so... about 2 cents' worth. Tell you what, I'll send you a 5-cent piece, I'm feeling generous tonight).

No staking plan can return a profit where flat bets don't.

The calculations that claim to show that they do ignore two facts:

1. You do not have an unlimited amount of money
2. Large bets shorten the odds

Even in the case where odds are set, such as the roulette in a casino, in which case staking plans are _theoretically_ workable, they are not practically because casinos have betting limits. Even if they did not have a limit, you are sure, eventually, to go broke unless you started with more capital than the casino. You would be sure to go broke even if roulette was a zero-sum game (yes, hard to believe, but do a Google search on "drunkard's walk" and you will likely find a very nice mathematical proof of it)