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Posted by natalie on Sunday, February 27, 2011 at 9:28am.

You and your friend each have a coin. For each round, each of you flips your coin. If both coins show heads, your friend pays you $3. If both show tails, your friend pays you $1. If the coins don't match, you pay him $2. Is this a fair game?

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