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Posted by techwriter on 2 August 2001, at 12:49 p.m.
Of course ... then consider that the issue is one of validation, rather than greed. If you consider the effectiveness of a minor percentage of perception, utilized to create a small advantage, on an ongoing, automatic basis, what have you done?
By micro-focusing in a small area, you have influenced a far greater area in an elegant manner, with little disruption.
Walk into a casino, win 30 hands of baccarat in a row, make 30 passes on a crap table in a row, and--with all due respect to the Nevada Gaming Commission and the casino's honesty--I think you would have a major problem gettin out the door with your money.
Compare that to a minor influence--a few decisions at blackjack that are intuitive, correct, and win the wager--per hour of play, and suddenly the situation is "do-able." Think about it. It is not much harder than a little intuitive decision making.
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