Originally Posted by Ron Burgundy
I've decided to ditch my dart throwing strategy for a poker based strategy. Here's how it works:
The stocks I buy will be based on the board cards of my first hand of NLH played on each calendar month. Each of the 26 letters of the alphabet correspond to the 26 black cards in a deck (black cuz we want our stocks in the black not in the red ldo). So the ace of clubs is "A" the duece of clubs is "B" and so on, ending with the king of spades as "Z."
For example, let's say on the first hand of the month the board runs out: 2h Jc Qh 2s 6d. The two black cards are the Jc and 2s, which correspond to the letters K and O. This means I buy $1k worth of Coca Cola.
Unfortunately, I've had to put this on hold cuz I lost my job and needed some cash. I bought CTEL @ 10.30 and sold it yesterday @ 11.17 + I gots the .36 div, and today it closed @ 10.22 cuz that's how expert I am.
This isn't 100% random though.
Since players tend to play high cards, more flops are seen when people have
high cards in their hand (hence lower cards are more likely to be on the board)
Unless you do this in live poker, then it's random, cause every hand sees a flop/turn/river