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|Why do Democrats have such low respect for the Presidency that they refuse to believe Trump when he says CNN is fake news?||1 week ago||Bookmark It|
|Why was Celeborn called The Wise?||1 week ago||Bookmark It|
He was called Celeborn the wise but he never really showed any great feats of wisdom other than helping the fellowship but that doesn't take a wise man to see what the right thing to do was.
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|What will happen to the MCU?||1 week ago||Bookmark It|
|Which is the most famous movie dialogue?||1 week ago||Bookmark It|
|Why is Jimi Hendrix still considered one of the best guitar players who ever lived?||1 week ago||Bookmark It|
|What is some good modern thrash metal?||1 week ago||Bookmark It|
|What are the cleverest dirty lyrics to a song?||1 week ago||Bookmark It|
Songs such as rap, or with some explicit content. Not any deep or meaningful lyrics, just lyrics that make you say, “LOL That’s actually pretty good!”
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|Can a King be beaten in one card poker?||1 week ago||Bookmark It|
This question is about the following theoretical model of poker, which is a greatly simplified version of my earlier question. Suppose that from one deck of cards, we remove all the Kings, and give one of them to one of the players, whom we'll call the King. The other player, whom we'll call Challenger, gets one card randomly from the remaining deck. Only Challenger can see this card, so it's not known to the King, but King's card is known to the Challenger. Thus, they both know that the probability of Challenger having a better hand, i.e., possessing an Ace, is 1/12. Now they start bidding in the usual way.
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|Are there any forms of poker where some of your personal cards are displayed from the start of the hand?||1 week ago||Bookmark It|
I'm thinking something like Texas Holdem or Omaha where one hole card would be displayed at all times.
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|Why did Paul and George often share the same mic?||1 week ago||Bookmark It|
As I was looking at Beatles old live performances, I noticed that Paul and George are often singing in the same microphone : The awesomeness of this setup also comes from the fact that Paul is left handed so it matches well with George. Is there another reason from that? Was it technical limitations from that time (maybe they didn't have enough microphones or mixing tables inputs were limited...?).
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