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During a high-stakes bridge tournament preceded by a sit-down dinner, Jay, Jennifer, Jeff, and John played together. At the end of the night, all four had more cash than when they had arrived. In other words, none of them lost, although they were playing for money. How could this be?
Continue reading to find out.
Highlight here for the answer: The four were musicians, hired to play music during dinner.
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