
Alfs 9:09 Thu Jun 7
Maths question

Bet stars are offering Â£100 million for predicting the W, L, D, result of every World Cup game.
With 64 ties to be played how many would need to be in a syndicate to cover every possible outcome?


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Hermit Road
9:32 Fri Jun 8
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Those 16 games in the knockout stages still have 3 possible outcomes with betting on football matches normally based on 90 minutes plus injury time.

Mike Oxsaw
8:54 Fri Jun 8
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Wouldn't know, me...

Westham67
4:15 Fri Jun 8
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hahaha You mean get done each way?

Mike Oxsaw
4:03 Fri Jun 8
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Just start a bukkake thread 67, we know you want to...

Westham67
3:48 Fri Jun 8
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Cover ourselves and do it each way

Dowies Love Child
1:41 Fri Jun 8
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Actually that is not correct as there are not 64 games with three potential outcomes. There are 48 games with three outcomes (W,L,D) and 16 with two outcomes (W,L) in the knockout stages. So if they want the results not the score at end of normal time the calculation is (3^48)*(2^16)
or 5.22757*10E27
Hope that helps.

gph
12:59 Fri Jun 8
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Women are statistically better at multitasking than men, which doesn't mean that all women are better than all men at it.
Also, men tend to believe this when it comes to, say, ironing and fellatio, but not when it comes to steering a car and keeping an eye on the traffic.

,
12:55 Fri Jun 8
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Rachel Riley is really very good at maths so perhaps whilst she is fellating pikey she could be multi tasking [ because that's waht women are better then men at........alledgedly ] and working out the shade of odds required.

jack flash
12:51 Fri Jun 8
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The plan to form a syndicate to cover all possible outcomes or the plan to get Rachel Riley to suck geoffpikey's cock?
Either plan is likely to be in tatters I suppose

jack flash
12:51 Fri Jun 8
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The plan to form a syndicate to cover all possible outcomes or the plan to get Rachel Riley to suck geoffpikey's cock?
Either plan is likely to be in tatters I suppose

Alfs
11:01 Thu Jun 7
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Oh well. That plan is in tatters.

Mart O
10:37 Thu Jun 7
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Who is Rachel Riley, and does she suck (smallish) cocks ?

On The Ball
10:26 Thu Jun 7
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We can cover that in WHO usernames (between the six of us)

geoffpikey
10:22 Thu Jun 7
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There's a better chance of Rachel Riley sucking my cock until I finish reciting the number Pi.

wurzel
10:14 Thu Jun 7
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It'd be even more if they wanted the correct scores....

BRANDED
10:09 Thu Jun 7
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Should we have a go?

Far Cough
9:34 Thu Jun 7
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A Sagan
As a humorous tribute to Carl Sagan and his association with the catchphrase "billions and billions", a sagan has been defined as a unit of measurement equivalent to a very large number – technically at least four billion (two billion plus two billion) – of anything.

Hermit Road
9:26 Thu Jun 7
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three nonillion, four hundred thirtythree octillion, six hundred eightythree septillion, eight hundred twenty sextillion, two hundred ninetytwo quintillion, five hundred twelve quadrillion, four hundred eightyfour trillion, six hundred fiftyseven billion, eight hundred fortynine million, eightynine thousand, two hundred eightyone

gph
9:25 Thu Jun 7
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"If you get the rest, I'll be the 1 at the end."
Changed my mind  the last slot's bound to have the Final down as a draw/

gph
9:20 Thu Jun 7
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Fucking big

Hermit Road
9:19 Thu Jun 7
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Whatâ€™s that in words?



