Sitting in a bar, you begin chatting to a man who issues you a task. He palms you 5 pink and two black playing cards. After shuffling, you lay them on the bar, face down. He bets you that you can not flip over three pink cards. And that will help you, he explains the odds. When you draw the primary card, the percentages are 5-2 (5 red playing cards, two black playing cards) in favour of choosing a red card. The second one draw is four-2 (or 2-1) and the third draw is three-2. Whenever you draw a card the percentages appear to be for your favour, in which you have extra threat of drawing a purple card than a black card. So, do you receive the bet? If you replied sure, perhaps it’s time so that it will pass over your maths. It’s a silly guess. The chances given above are only for a super draw. The actual odds of you being able to perform this feat are truly 5-2 against you. That is, for each seven times you play, you’ll lose five times.