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But here's where things get more complicated: what if, in each group, we had more than one? So, say we have 300 of A, 200 of B, 100 of C, 100 of D and 90 of E. Toegther we have 790 now and they are variable, they can change...in an hour it can be 250 of A, 200 of B, 110 of C, 100 of D and 85 of E for example. How do we, at each point in time and in real time, figure out the chance of each of the 790 to win?