Quatum Physics-A discussion
I was thinking about this when I was playing a donk who would play in the dark every so often. Cat in Box theory suggests that the meer fact of observation of cat will determine whether is dead or not. Until the cat is observed dead or not inside the box it's in a state of superposition. This explains wave function collapse. Can the act of observation kill the cat?
Now when i was playing this guy, as I said before he would play without looking at his cards. Are the odds
increased by not observing your hand? Set aside the fact that your opponents can't read you, and you can focus more on your opponents. Are the statistical odds increased that your hand will be the winning hand by not looking at your hand? Cat in box theory suggests that your odds of winning VS 1 opponent would be 50% no matter what on the river just by not looking at your hand. If another party entered the equation, amazingly you still have 50% to win even though you have 2 other people at showdown. This is explained by the double slot experiment. There might be something to playing in the dark....