Hypothetical WSOP card-reading software question (lol)
Okay, you've entered the WSOP
. Let's assume there are 5,000 entrants, that the structure is as it usually is (Google for it if you really care, but just knowing it's a slow structure should be sufficient), and that you are a player of completely average ability when compared with the rest of the field.
The day before the event starts, someone comes to you, saying that they have developed some magic new 'see your opponents holecards while playing live' software, available for only $39.99! You, being of questionable morals and questionable naivety, decide to purchase the software.
It actually works.
You go into the WSOP being able to see all your opponent's holecards.
My question is this - given all of the above and the fact that you can magically 'see' all your opponent's holecards, what is the likelihood, percentage-wise, of you winning the WSOP?
A couple of final assumptions - there is a 0% chance of being caught, and none of the other players will suspect that you have magic hole-card reading software, because the very thought is absurd. ^^