Are there lucky? Science says – yes!
Fans of betting in a casino really start to win a few series of games in a row after the first win, and that there is a rather amusing explanation.
Maybe you are not a gambling player, but probably understand who can be called real weassies. Why one people are lucky more than others?
A recent study of the patterns of rates and winnings in the online casino showed that the “Balovni Fortune” really exist, that’s just no reason for which you might think. The study showed that as soon as a person wins the bid, his chances for subsequent winnings increase significantly. This rule is valid and on the contrary: as soon as you lose, most likely you continue to play.
In total, the researchers studied 566 thousand rates made by 776 online players from Europe and the United States and found that under the same conditions the player either won, or loses with a probability of 48%. After a single victory, the chances of re-win gradually increase to 49%. But after the second winning the chance to win for the third time increases up to 57%. After that – 67%! The likelihood that you will win the seventh time in a row is as much as 76%.
But how is it going? Explanation of this amazing patterns Simple – after each win, people begin to make further rates more and more carefully. After each victory, players come to the conclusion that most likely the next time they are already so lucky, and so as not to regret the missed luck, choose more secure bets so that you will ultimately lose on average.
Another recent study also showed that losses lead more losses. After losing two times in a row, the chances of winning the victory are reduced to 40%. After four to 27%. The explanation of these failures is natural: the longer the person loses, the stronger it begins to be sure that he is lucky now and makes a rampant rate in games with a less chance for a victory, but we assume high payments.
Such a move of thinking is known as the “error of the player”, because in fact a series of bets in the casino is a series of independent events that do not affect each other, as in the case of most sports rates. The result is irony – the winners are concerned about their victory and are afraid to risk, thanks to which they continue to win, and the losers are assured that luck is close, descending at this time their money in risky bets.