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By deck skipping , it allowed to me receive deck 1, 4, 8 giving me 3 of the same values in a row.

QuoteBy deck skipping , it allowed to me receive deck 1, 4, 8 giving me 3 of the same values in a row. A priori and a posteriori are very different conditions. If you were skipping a priori, what made you choose 1, 4 and 8?

Else where has directed me to this-http://bactra.org/notebooks/ergodic-theory.htmlcan anyone please explain this, I can not understand it.

You would need to learn a lot more maths before you could understand this.

Quote from: Colin2B on 08/08/2015 14:40:48You would need to learn a lot more maths before you could understand this.I am not sure that maths can ever explain moving values forward in time.