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Four Men
posted by Tesseract42 - December 05 2013 02:58:02 PM
Four men sat down to play.
They played from dusk to break of day.
They played for gold and not for fun
With separate scores for everyone.
When they had come to fair accounts,
They all had made quite square amounts.
Can you the paradox explain:
If no one lost, how could all gain?
Reply by HiteLite - January 21 2014 08:40:44 PM
They never played against each other. They worked together?

Reply by ilikeconan - October 11 2014 12:28:34 AM
The one who had the most fun would be the winner.Since everyone would have fun to win,they have equal gains thus no one lost.

Reply by RudyMC66 - February 13 2019 04:56:48 PM
They were playing blackjack against the casino. (Or roulette or pokies, etc.)

Probably not the right answer ':D

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