It’s about 1 a.m. in Atlantic City. Lights are flashing, oxygen is being pumped into the casino like it was a dying man on his hospital bed. The intoxicated are walking around the Borgata looking for their friends so they can go to Mur Mur.
Me? I’m sipping on my cranberry vodka, as I watch that little white ball spin around the roulette wheel. As the ball begins to bounce around, I stand to my feet yelling “One time!,” for the ninth consecutive time. The ball lands in its slot. Red 36. Everyone looks at me in disgust as I just look down. The dealer rakes in the $300 on black, and stacks up $240 for me. Red has hit nine times in a row, and yours truly has been riding the wave.
My strategy is basic, bet what has been winning. All those other peoples’ theories of how black was due, well that just went awry. I’ll take the proven winner.
It’s like that in the NFL. Currently, there are six quarterbacks who have won at least one Super Bowl; Eli, Rodgers, Brees, Brady, Big Ben, and Pey...