Professor Stephen Hawking on England at the World Cup and how to score the perfect penalty


Professor Stephen Hawking on England at the World Cup and how to score the perfect penalty
    Step aside Hansen, Lineker and Ferdinand. This World Cup Paddy Power has teamed up the legendary theoretical physicist Professor Stephen Hawking. Here he presents his findings on the optimal conditions for England success and how to score the perfect penalty.

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    1. LOL Scholes talking about Arsenal soft? Clearly forgot about the likes of Keown, Adams, Vieira, Petit, Dixon and Lauren. I don't actually remember the ginger cunt having a stellar game against us anyways

    2. LOL Scholes talking about Arsenal soft? Clearly forgot about the likes of Keown, Adams, Vieira, Petit, Dixon and Lauren. I don't actually remember the ginger cunt having a stellar game against us anyways

    3. 1- I actually love a lot more Paul the Octopus predictions a lot more
      2- this is exactly why his investigations are some times not taking seriously by people in general

    4. too bad he didn't considered that the only way to england get an european referee is playing against another european team

    5. NICE work!
      but how well does the data fit your model Mr.Hawkings? goodness of fit, like the Pseudo R² for example? good to know how reliable your model are 😉

    6. Here's how England can win the WC: Replace goalkeeper with a German, replace defense with Italians, replace midfield with Spaniards, replace strikers with Brazilians. LOL

    7. You can win on several games where odds are calculated from probability. Those formulas they use to calculate the odds are flawed and can be exploited heavily. If you know EXACTLY how they calculate their numbers you can take advantage of it. You must also know a lot of what is happening with the players or animals that you bet on outside of the sports/games to make your calculations better than theirs.

      Math(±s) is/are great.