yes, I have no integrity whatsoever. Go back and get an education and read the original post. First of all, even the coin tosses can't be discussed intelligently since one put up the idea of a rigged coin that flipped heads 60% of the time. And everyone who has no reading comprehension just started spewing forth everything they know about coin tosses. And then small minded posters couldn't understand if we were talking about Black Jack or trading, even though that is what opie asked about. So it is a convulted mess which attracts many to state the long known mathmatical truth that they think is so new, even though it has been known since the invention of the game (until they invented card counting) that you can't beat the dealer. Even if you adjust bet size. But that hardly addresses the question of how that relates to futures trading, which if you had read the OP was the original question.