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Amazing what you can see when you look. Irv Bromberg at the University of Toronto discusses an adjustment. Currently there are 13 months in 7 years out of every 19; the new formula would involve 130 …
answered Dec 26 '12 by Shalom
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Contemporary poskim discuss how to approach statistics -- we tend to work with concepts of mi'ut hamatzui -- a "commonly occurring though less than 50% event", for which we do need to check; vs. mi'ut …
answered Sep 10 '13 by Shalom
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ASSUMING IT'S LEGAL IN YOUR COUNTRY/STATE/CITY: I'd assume if there's no rule against it, you could employ whatever (fair, legal) tactics you want, including card counting. One of the discussions on …
answered Oct 8 '10 by Shalom
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I'd say if an average human, using an average human brain and eye, can't figure out the pattern, that's good enough. Rabbi Asher Weiss discusses the criteria of "does an unaided human notice it?" wi …
answered Apr 14 '15 by Shalom