View Poll Results: in such a case, you would have paid for this forecast $ 1,000?

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  1. #1
    Filvar1988
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    $ 1,000 for a win-win bet.

    If you offered to bet on sports with a minimum coefficient of 2.5, while assured that the rate of 100% wins.
    for example, according to statistics from the seller won the last 10 of these rates ...
    in such a case, you would have paid for this forecast $ 1,000?

    Sorry for my bad English

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    PD77
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    What is jelly doughnuts?

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    DiggityDaggityDo
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    Wut?

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    trytrytry
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    you lost me at "If"

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    Filvar1988
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    my English is worse than I thought
    OK, back with an interpreter

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    Slainte
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    You seem very reliable poster, i can sell some of my organs to pay for your picks.

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    Filvar1988
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    my English is worse than I thought
    OK, back with an interpreter

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    gryfyn1
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    are you asking that if someone showed you they have a 'system' that has won 10 in row, then would you pay anything for the 11th pick under the assumption it will win?

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    Dirty Sanchez
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    Quote Originally Posted by Filvar1988 View Post
    If you offered to bet on sports with a minimum coefficient of 2.5, while assured that the rate of 100% wins.
    for example, according to statistics from the seller won the last 10 of these rates ...
    in such a case, you would have paid for this forecast $ 1,000?

    Sorry for my bad English

    Never fukkin heard of ya pal.....sorry for the straight English

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    CrimsonQueen
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    There's no such thing as a 100% win. Even if a team was point-shaving or straight up cheating...there's still a chance that you won't win.

    I wouldn't pay $1 for the 11th pick even if the first 10 went 10-0.

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