Hey guys, I had a bit of a weird question today that I was hoping you could help me out on. To make it short, is it ethical to gamble if you are able to know to some degree of accuracy whether or not you're going to win? A lot of people don't know this about me but I am a gambler at heart. That's how I live my life and I love it. To me it's not the payoff, it's the adrenaline. I play basically anything that tickles my fancy, but... I guess the only thing I can say is that somewhere along the way, I found out I have a bit of an edge over people. I'm just a little bit better, a little bit more lucky and a little bit faster than I should be at my skill level. It's not 100% obviously - very, very few people are anywhere near that good - but it's enough so that I generally end up making money instead of losing it when - for example - I play poker. I hardly know shit about hands, probabilities, etc... (to be honest, basically nothing) but I get a feeling in my gut sometimes when something is wrong vs when I know I won. I get greedy sometimes but if I just listen it usually goes my way. I know I've generated some minor psi abilities over time, but I'm wondering if this would be considered cheating? I mean how different is it from someone who spends hours studying various strategies vs me - who basically meditates for hours and goes by intuition? Any thoughts?