I went to casino night at my local church a few days ago.
It was pretty fun.
They had a lot of casino games.
Blackjack, roulette, a couple of poker tables.
In Japan, gambling is illegal, but they have pachinko parlors everywhere.
They operate through a legal loophole.
If you win, you win a bunch of boxes of these little round metal pachinko balls.
The more balls you win, the better of prize they give you.
In the United States, it’s illegal to monetize the debt.
If the government needs to borrow money, they have to sell treasure bills, or IOU’s on the open market.
The theory is that the interest rates on these treasure bills, when sold on the open market, will reflect the health of the economy and the government.
Just like the government hires private contractors to build roads, they hire these private banks, called primary dealers, to sell the treasury bills.
Once there was a black magic alchemist.
He’d discovered the secret of luck was based on a combination of quantum probability distributions and conservation laws.
But on a metaphysical level.
The most widely known conservation laws is the conservation of energy, the first law of thermodynamics.
Energy can neither be created nor destroyed.
Everything Is Probability
But according to quantum mechanics, everything is governed by probability.
At the metaphysical level, he discovered that probabilities must be conserved as well.
This was the missing piece on creating black magic alchemy based luck.
With respect conservation laws, it’s hard to apply alchemy in a consistent way.
But once you understand how these interact, it’s pretty easy.
Black Magic Spells
You need to cast a spell that respects the conservation of probability.
When gambling, this means you need to respect the laws of probability.
These are a function of nature and cannot be altered.
For example, if one player plays blackjack, according to generally accepted black jack rules, you’ll win 48% of the time and the house will win 52% of the time.
A whole table of blackjack players would have the same ratio.
Maintain The Average
So long as he kept the average of the table at the 48-52 split, he could win.
Which mean he would essentially steal luck from the other players.
For each increase of 1% he got, the players would go down 1%.
So if he was at a table with four other players, and he could turn down their luck to 45%, he would get an extra 12%.
Which means he would win against the casino at a 60-40 split.
Primary Dealer Con
In reality, the government sells treasure bills to the primary dealers, and the primary dealers turn around and sell them directly to the federal reserve.
This allows them to monetize the debt without saying they are monetizing the debt.
Similarly, you take the prize you won playing pachinko next door.
These next door businesses will buy the prize.
This allows you to gamble in Japan while gambling is illegal.
It’s funny how churches and schools, when they want to raise money, they often do it through gambling.
Raffles, drawings, casino night, etc.
Everything Is Probability
I guess since the foundation of our existence, according to quantum mechanics, is probability, this makes perfect sense.
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