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No player has a greater chance of drawing an even or uneven distribution than any other. One way of looking at it is to consider permutations of the tokens, where they are laid out in some sequence instead of jumbled in a bag or something. Then, if we shuffle the tokens up, so that they can be in any order, we can distribute the tokens, so that the first ...


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Your sampling sequence is an example of an exchangeable sampling sequence. Exchangeable sequences are not independent. The outcome of earlier samples does affect the outcome of later samples. However the marginal distributions are identical. i.e. the probability of whether or not the first player gets a single color is identical to the probability the ...


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According to this response on BoardGameGeeks, immediately means after you are done completing the action that causes the game to end. This is a poor wording then in the game rules, and it should say instead of 'immediately' "at the end of the current turn", or something similar.


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