The Sports Betting Scheme in Back to the Future II

In Back to the Future II, Marty McFly purchases a sports almanac providing 50 years of sports statistics in the hope of gambling his way to wealth. He doesn't use it, but in an alternate timeline, Biff Tannen does. An infographic (excerpt above) from NFL Injury argues that the scheme wouldn't be profitable for several reasons. via Geek Tyrant

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Not true IF you don’t bet too much… I tried it and I won some money.. yeah I’m not rich but I can have some extra money now… It’s not 100% sure, I know, but there surely is a high chance of winning.All you have to do is to be patience and just play with low bets,trust me..So best of luck!
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It is important to point out that the honest games providers also pay out the most winnings to players. They can afford to pay more because they’re driven by profit. Online casinos can well afford to pay their players whenever they win because there’s still plenty of profit to be earned by the operator.
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