Lets say the game is mostly chance but there is a certain aspect of skill, like 20% of the game would be skill and 80% absolute game of chance.
like blackjack for example, some players do the wrong things and then the bank has a bigger chance of winning, normally their advantage is 20% but with a bad player its 35% advantage.
If that makes sense... There is a certain aspect of skill but not a lot only 20%
Ok great thanks.
So his chance is 1 in a million to win two in a row, so if we had to add this onto the question.
The chances he has of winning 3 competitions in a row where each of them he has a 1 in 1000 chance of winning.
This would be 1000* 1000*1000 = 1 a in a billion chance?
arent there some other factors that make his chances higher, i mean if winning the lotto is a one in a 175 million chance i would think winning three in row where theer are 1 in 1000 chances would give him better chances... If you know what i mean..
Should someone enter into a competition where he has a 1 in 1000 chance of winning, then as a winner gets entered into a second competition where he has a 1 in 1000 chance of winning what would the probability of him winning the second competition?
Is it as simple as 1000 * 1000? Or is it 2 in 2000?
I am lost please help!