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Fooled by Randomness - Part 1

by James McManus |  Published: Nov 27, 2007


From poker's earliest days, professionals understood in their bones that excellent play alone wouldn't be enough to provide a steady income. The luck factor was simply too pervasive. They might daydream about luck "breaking even" so that their skill would always prevail, but deep down they knew unmarked, squarely shuffled decks were too unpredictable for that.

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