Sorry folks. Stated my opinion once and responded to friendly comments. Didn't mean to upset you. I am sure u r. PhD/scientist with interest in gaming odds. They may not be real life gaming experts anyways. First time I met bill eagdinton, in 2001, father of commercial gaming, I saw a situation and put 3 bets on the table while still talking, he looked surprise. In 2003 he invited both myself and Johnny Chang, to speak at his international conference of gaming and risk taking. $20,000-$25000 a year is all u r gonna do. Even if u play with a team. That's just not enough for me. I am trying to increase my take by exploring. Won't bring this up unless someone asks.