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Online Casinos: A Place Of Numbers 1

Posted on November 20, 2019 by Lisa Turnbull

The human grasp on mathematics has long been a prevalent thing, in fact even the Ancient Babylonians – who were around thousands of years before Christ – were capable of impressive feats such as working out the square root of 2. On the face of it that doesn’t sound particularly impressive, but why don’t you give it a go without a calculator, eh? That’s right, we thought so. 

Anyhow, as impressive as early math is you cannot deny that as modern human beings we have become scarily good at discovering and manipulating these so-called numbers. Computers, for instance, would not exist if we were not able to work out binary code. And here’s the thing: casinos, staples of human civilization for thousands of years, are also built on a purely mathematical framework of probability. There really are a place of numbers… 

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    • Larry “The Zonk” Csonka
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      Larry Csonka

      The Sports Then and Now Vintage Athlete of the Month was the leader of a running attack that was the cornerstone of two Super Bowl Championship teams, including the only undefeated squad in NFL history.

      With his distinctive headgear and a body suited for punishing contact, Larry Csonka looked the part of a fullback and for 11 NFL seasons delivered and took regular punishment on his way to the Hall of Fame.

      Following in the great tradition of Jim Brown, Ernie Davis, Jim Nance and Floyd Little, Csonka earned All-American honors at Syracuse while rushing for 2,934 yards.  He began earning a name for himself as the Most Valuable Player of the East–West Shrine Game, the Hula Bowl, and the College All-Star Game.

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