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Gamblers Reveal Which Super Power They Would Use to Gain an Edge

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Mar/27/2017

When it comes to gambling, if you possessed the ability to read a dealer’s mind or see through a deck of cards—would you use the power to win big?

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We asked more than 2,000 people if they’d be willing to use superpowers in a casino—even if it meant getting caught.

  • Even if they could be detected, men (36%) are more willing than women (25%) to bend time, space, and the casino rules.

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