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Offline tpir04

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Two CS 1978/86 questions
« on: October 04, 2019, 02:30:11 PM »
1. I was watching an episode of Eubanks CS recently. The show opened to a game in progress in which each player's base card was the four of clubs. Do you recall any other occurrences of this?

2. Has there ever been a poll of 100 people in which the answer was zero?
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Re: Two CS 1978/86 questions
« Reply #1 on: October 04, 2019, 03:00:15 PM »
To the best of my knowledge, (1) likely has, and it's possible to do so since each player has his/her own deck. On (2), I think it happened at least twice, but I could be (and usually am) wrong.
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Re: Two CS 1978/86 questions
« Reply #2 on: October 04, 2019, 04:36:02 PM »
1. The probability of both players having the same base card is 1/52, and they played about 2 games per episode. Thus, you'd expect that to occur once every 26 shows, or once every 5 weeks or so. So I'm sure that wasn't the only time.

2. I remember seeing an answer of 0 on an episode aired on Buzzr--I forget the question, or even who the host was, but I remember being very surprised. I highly doubt there was ever an answer of 100 on a non-educated guess question, though, since the displays couldn't handle three digits.

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Re: Two CS 1978/86 questions
« Reply #3 on: October 04, 2019, 10:19:57 PM »
Additionally, did they ask the same 100 people the same questions if it wasn't specified that a certain set of people had been chosen for a question, or was a different group of 100 used for every question?