A martingale is a technique giving the illusion of increasing the chances of winning in gambling while respecting the rules. The principle depends completely on the type of game that is the target and, in many cases, the rules are intended to prevent the possibility of a martingale. Nevertheless, the term is accompanied by an aura of mystery that some players would know the secret techniques to cheat the chance and, for example, beat the bank in casinos. To do this, a martingale must change the expectation is such that, in the long term, the chances of winning are lower than those of losing. It is therefore to increase the chances of winning and, ideally, they are superior to those of losing.
Ion Antonescu’s defenders regard the act of King Michael I as a tragic mistake (Baciu 1990), some as an “act of high treason” and others as a “big political error” (Historia 2014), stating that the King should have he had … Read More
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Throughout World War II, Romanian secret services collected information on the location of German units in the country. King Mihai I and General Constantin Sănătescu had access to this information by collaborating with members of the General Staff. But active-duty … Read More
Romania’s strategy in the 19th century and in the first half of the 20th century was to unite all the territories inhabited by Romanians into a single state and to maintain its unity. In this context, Romania had three main … Read More
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