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I'd personally push the red one, as short sighted as it seems, since I could use that large amount of cash to pay off some big bills. Thinking to cynically?

That said, in your internet marketing business do you always go for the sure thing, or take a gamble on the odds that you'll reap far more rewards by doing something--well more risky!
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  • Profile picture of the author fin
    1 million in a heartbeat.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chrisbroholm
    Very easy green. A million is nice and for many people would be life changing, but if I had a 50% chance at $100,000,000 (expected value of $50,000,000) I would definitely give it a chance. I'm not even sure what figure I would press green, maybe 1mm vs 10mm but anything above that I definitely go red.

    I actually thought that would be the standard choice in this selection, but I guess seeing 2 greens already, maybe I'm just a little twisted.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kurt
      Originally Posted by Chrisbroholm View Post

      Very easy green. A million is nice and for many people would be life changing, but if I had a 50% chance at $100,000,000 (expected value of $50,000,000) I would definitely give it a chance. I'm not even sure what figure I would press green, maybe 1mm vs 10mm but anything above that I definitely go red.

      I actually thought that would be the standard choice in this selection, but I guess seeing 2 greens already, maybe I'm just a little twisted.
      This is the logical answer. While it's a "gamble", the odds are strongly in favor with the green button.

      It isn't like pressing the green button means you lose anything...The worse possible scenario is you break even and have what you had to begin with.

      The most successful people are risk takers with the understanding of how to manage risk.
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  • Profile picture of the author icoachu
    Just goes to show you are the real businesspeople in this thread. Short-sighted "sure thing" thinking can only take you so far. It takes VISION to truly build a long-term business compared to riding a fad. Definitely GREEN all the way.
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    • Profile picture of the author fin
      Originally Posted by icoachu View Post

      Just goes to show you are the real businesspeople in this thread. Short-sighted "sure thing" thinking can only take you so far. It takes VISION to truly build a long-term business compared to riding a fad. Definitely GREEN all the way.
      Just remember that you can't take money with you when you go
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    100% green! Business is about taking chances!
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    • Profile picture of the author albert4tech
      Originally Posted by louie6925 View Post

      100% green! Business is about taking chances!
      If you didn't get,You'll probably dead by Heart Attack,Me prefer RED :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Bluestarace
    I would like to say that I wold go for the green one, but in really I might just take the 1 million...lol. I still have'nt mastered the art of delayed gratification yet.
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    Choose the red one. I think $1 million is enough for an instants thing.
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    • Profile picture of the author matt78
      If you choose green..that's greed. It's like gambling. You just got a 50-50 chance..50M or nothing. That ain't smart. That's not how a good business-minded person would choose.

      I'll go with the red one. There are a lot of thing I can do with 1M for my business..
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    A bird in hand is worth two in the bush. I'd take the sure thing every time
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by sbucciarel View Post

      A bird in hand is worth two in the bush.
      Undoubtedly.

      But is it worth 100 in the bush?!
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      • Profile picture of the author Cheryl Low
        Red, absolutely. I would very likely be able to turn a guaranteed $1m into $100m within a reasonable period of time.

        Now, it would be different if I already had millions, in which case, green.

        Someone equated choosing green to being visionary. I don't see any vision in gambling. I see vision in seizing $1m and turning it into much much more.

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  • Profile picture of the author Geordie John
    $1m guaranteed works for me - that's enough to invest and build a serious business to support yourself and family, and help plenty of other people out along the way - thats pretty much all i want
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  • Could easily make 100m by taking that 1m and using it wisely. You pick the red and you've made a sound business decision and walked away with a large sum of money to improve. You choose the green and you're potentially walking out with nothing, and a business that may take longer to grow.
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  • Profile picture of the author yudwill
    Originally Posted by BloggingPro View Post



    I'd personally push the red one, as short sighted as it seems, since I could use that large amount of cash to pay off some big bills. Thinking to cynically?

    That said, in your internet marketing business do you always go for the sure thing, or take a gamble on the odds that you'll reap far more rewards by doing something--well more risky!
    i select 1000$ but Instant and easy :p hahaha JUST FOR FUN GUYS
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  • Profile picture of the author Rose Anderson
    I picked the red one and nothing happened!!! Dang... This forum is full of scammers.

    Rose
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    • Profile picture of the author busterkman
      I'd pick the red button.
      Then of course about a third would go to taxes/tithing.
      Use a 1/3 of the money to build a bigger business.
      And the other third to figure out how to "get by" on for the next few years.
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    • Profile picture of the author yudwill
      Originally Posted by Rose Anderson View Post

      I picked the red one and nothing happened!!! Dang... This forum is full of scammers.

      Rose
      not all users of this forum is scammers
      may be only partially
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      • Profile picture of the author Rose Anderson
        Originally Posted by yudwill View Post

        not all users of this forum is scammers
        may be only partially
        You know I was joking...right?

        Rose
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      Originally Posted by Rose Anderson View Post

      I picked the red one and nothing happened!!! Dang... This forum is full of scammers.

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  • Profile picture of the author Tacincala
    I would like to go with certainty i.e. 1 million!
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    Green, without a second thought or regret if it wasn't the jackpot.
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  • Profile picture of the author newbim
    For me, it's an easy £1m. Plus, if you invest it wisely, like on other money-making web sites out there, they'll get you to the $100m in no time, lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author Exel
    I'm all for taking risks, but when you rely only on blind luck - that's not risk, that's stupidity.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
    Red for me. I would rather take the million, pay off the mortgage, buy a new car and invest the rest. At least then I have a plan and can then turn that investment into more money. Green for me is just a risk and I could end up with nothing except my mortgage and crappy old car!
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  • Profile picture of the author HostWind
    The more I think about it, the more I would go the sure-thing route. It is about the journey, not the destination!
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  • Profile picture of the author I.M.Retired
    I'm red all the way!

    This is almost a classic case of hyperbolic discounting. Which is something I do all the time when making choices and decisions. I prefer instant 'known' gratification over just about any other options.
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  • Profile picture of the author kyannas26
    This is a no brainer!! Of course, instant 1m.
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  • Profile picture of the author MariamN
    I would push the red, free instant money sounds great!
    If I push the green and don't get anything, I would be agry with myself.
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  • Profile picture of the author january14n
    I think it would be wise to push the red button. Greed is bad.
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  • Profile picture of the author vavilen
    Red one and retirement in the Caribbean, or wherever I like. I'm no businessman, it appears.
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  • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
    Two of the people responding said choosing the green would be greedy. How? Lots of money or the desire for lots of money doesn't make someone greedy. Money is just a tool. It's what a person does with money that makes them greedy or kind or foolish or noble.

    I'm surprised at the answers. I always thought most people in business were risk takers, especially when there is no real risk. If you take green and don't get the big money you're no worse off than before.
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    • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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      Originally Posted by travlinguy View Post

      Two of the people responding said choosing the green would be greedy. How? Lots of money or the desire for lots of money doesn't make someone greedy. Money is just a tool. It's what a person does with money that makes them greedy or kind or foolish or noble.

      I'm surprised at the answers. I always thought most people in business were risk takers, especially when there is no real risk. If you take green and don't get the big money you're no worse off than before.
      Of course there is a risk. You can walk away with a million dollars and if you take the green, you can walk away with ZILCH. By passing up the Million and taking the green, you are risking losing 1M dollars.

      I wouldn't say that most business people are risk takers. A lot of businesses work hard at minimizing risk. Take Paypal for example.

      The only time I am willing to risk losing money is on the rare occasion that I end up in Las Vegas and the money I put on the table is nowhere near $1M.
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      • Profile picture of the author Kurt
        Originally Posted by sbucciarel View Post

        Of course there is a risk. You can walk away with a million dollars and if you take the green, you can walk away with ZILCH. By passing up the Million and taking the green, you are risking losing 1M dollars.

        I wouldn't say that most business people are risk takers. A lot of businesses work hard at minimizing risk. Take Paypal for example.

        The only time I am willing to risk losing money is on the rare occasion that I end up in Las Vegas and the money I put on the table is nowhere near $1M.
        If this is how you calculate risk, you probably should stay away from Las Vegas.

        But then again, Las Vegas wasn't built on gamblers using logic.

        While you can "lose" 1 million, you have a 50/50 shot of winning 100 million.

        As stated above, the expectation is 50 million for green and 1 million for red. The odds are 50x better for the green button. This is plain and simple math. To chose "red" is based purely on emotions and not the reality of math.

        And yes, business people are risk takers, as there's no guarantee of turning a profit. It's the people that hold 9-5 jobs that are adverse to risk.

        While winning a million is a sure thing that could change your life, having a 50/50 shot at 100 million means you have a chance at changing the world.
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        • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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          Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

          If this is how you calculate risk, you probably should stay away from Las Vegas.

          But then again, Las Vegas wasn't built on gamblers using logic.

          While you can "lose" 1 million, you have a 50/50 shot of winning 100 million.

          As stated above, the expectation is 50 million for green and 1 million for red. The odds are 50x better for the green button. This is plain and simple math. To chose "red" is based purely on emotions and not the reality of math.

          And yes, business people are risk takers, as there's no guarantee of turning a profit. It's the people that hold 9-5 jobs that are adverse to risk.

          While winning a million is a sure thing that could change your life, having a 50/50 shot at 100 million means you have a chance at changing the world.

          Actually, I've done very well in Vegas, but that's beside the point (and it was purely for entertainment purposes). The odds of gaining $1M are 100%. It's a done deal. The odds of losing on the green button are 50%.

          Personally, I'm don't care about changing the world. $1M would suffice pretty well for me. There are plenty of people who have $100M and don't change the world, except the one they live in.

          There's risk in being in business, but the term I used was minimizing risk, not eliminating it and 9-5ers aren't immune from risk. Just ask anyone who slaved for a company for 30 years and got ****-canned just before retirement or the company went under. A lot of unemployed people right now know the risk of devoting their lives to a company.
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    • Profile picture of the author fin
      Originally Posted by travlinguy View Post

      Two of the people responding said choosing the green would be greedy. How? Lots of money or the desire for lots of money doesn't make someone greedy. Money is just a tool. It's what a person does with money that makes them greedy or kind or foolish or noble.

      I'm surprised at the answers. I always thought most people in business were risk takers, especially when there is no real risk. If you take green and don't get the big money you're no worse off than before.
      Of course there's a risk.

      You're potentially throwing away one million. What's not risk about that?
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      • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
        Originally Posted by fin View Post

        Of course there's a risk.

        You're potentially throwing away one million. What's not risk about that?
        I see what you and Suzanne are saying. But I look at it this way. You start out with nothing. You go for green and lose, you still have nothing. No change. To me, you can't risk something you don't have or never had.
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          Originally Posted by travlinguy View Post

          I see what you and Suzanne are saying. But I look at it this way. You start out with nothing. You go for green and lose, you still have nothing. No change. To me, you can't risk something you don't have or never had.
          I see what you're saying, but my view is that you do actually have it. It's already in the bank. Your gambling 1 million dollars on a 1/100 shot.

          What about if I handed you one million dollars and a flight to Vegas. Would you be able to walk in and throw your money down on red or black knowing the new odds were 1/100?
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          • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
            Originally Posted by fin View Post

            What about if I handed you one million dollars and a flight to Vegas. Would you be able to walk in and throw your money down on red or black knowing the new odds were 1/100?
            Nope. Because with two greens and a 35 to one payoff the odds aren't even close to 1/100. Lemme ask you something. Would you risk $1000 out of your own pocket (real risk) for a 50/50 shot at $100,000? That's the same ratio in the OP's example.

            I'd take those odds all day because with a 50/50 chance of winning you're eventually going to grab the $100,000.

            This all comes down to risk and reward with a 50/50 shot at a one for one hundred payoff. Them's very attractive odds in my mythology.
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            • Profile picture of the author fin
              Originally Posted by travlinguy View Post

              Nope. Because with two greens and a 35 to one payoff the odds aren't even close to 1/100. Lemme ask you something. Would you risk $1000 out of your own pocket (real risk) for a 50/50 shot at $100,000? That's the same ratio in the OP's example.

              I'd take those odds all day because with a 50/50 chance of winning you're eventually going to grab the $100,000.

              This all comes down to risk and reward with a 50/50 shot at a one for one hundred payoff. Them's very attractive odds in my mythology.
              Yeah, I wasn't actually meaning a real game of roulette. Just a game that's 50/50. I was going to say 2 snails racing then I realized I would have to change Vegas to Louisiana.

              Yeah, I would risk $1000. I just feel my business would be better served with one million behind me. It's kind of a moot discussion. I don't think anyone is wrong with what they choose.

              I do think it's more gambling than risk, though.
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              • Profile picture of the author BloggingPro
                Oh wow! Lots of great replies.

                Originally Posted by fin View Post

                It's kind of a moot discussion. I don't think anyone is wrong with what they choose.
                Well put. It was just for fun and of course no one is wrong for what they choose.

                I chose the 1 million guarantee as I need that guarantee more than a chance at getting 99 times more money.

                As I said though, just for fun!
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            • Profile picture of the author Jim Nariel
              Originally Posted by travlinguy View Post

              Lemme ask you something. Would you risk $1000 out of your own pocket (real risk) for a 50/50 shot at $100,000? That's the same ratio in the OP's example.

              I'd take those odds all day because with a 50/50 chance of winning you're eventually going to grab the $100,000.
              Personally yes - however it all depends on your value of the $1000 risk. What if I multiplied the odds. Now you risk $100,000 to win a 50/50 $10,000,000.

              The bet is still the same but your impact of loosing is much higher

              Would you risk the $100,000? Not me!
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              • Profile picture of the author cjreynolds
                Originally Posted by Jim Nariel View Post

                Personally yes - however it all depends on your value of the $1000 risk. What if I multiplied the odds. Now you risk $100,000 to win a 50/50 $10,000,000.

                The bet is still the same but your impact of loosing is much higher

                Would you risk the $100,000? Not me!
                That's the real issue - sure, I would risk $1000 for the 50/50 chance at $100,000 - that's mainly because $1K would not do me NEAR the good that $100K would. Hell, I could spare 1K from one month's pay, but $100K is a LOT harder to come by!

                You up that to $1M versus $100M, that's a whole different ballgame. The chances of me getting my hands on $1M in less than a year's time are almost nil.

                And $1M is enough to make at least most of my dreams come true, lol!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jillian W
    I would push the red button for the instant million. Sure, I would be a risk-taker and choose the green button, but I rather get the instant million now since it could 1) pay off a lot of things and/or 2) use that million and turn it into something more if done right
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      I'd go for the red and then turn it into $100 Mil.
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    Red one ! To me the green one says "Maybe $0" .
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    Most assuredly the red one! 1 million dollars is still life changing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jacqueline Smith
    Definitely the red one for me!

    I'm a risk taker, but a smart one. Having a million in the bank is a nice foundation to grow my business and enjoy life a little more.
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  • I'd press the Red button and bank the $1,000,000.00 then re-invest the $1M into making it $2M then $4M then $8M then $16M etc...
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    Red for sure!
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  • Profile picture of the author Chrisbroholm
    I like the variety of responses in the thread, I guess it gives a very distinct impression of people's personality.

    My personal thought process of the matter is not "I'm risking a million to press red" its rather "I'm losing 49 million by pressing green"

    What further surprises me was the, what...3-4 instances of people reckoning they could "easily" turn $1mm into $100mm? That seems rather ambitious!

    I'm sorry for making this kind of general statement, maybe it would be easy for some its just a very big return of investment and a very high number.
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    A mili baby! How else can I have something in common with Lil Wayne?!
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  • Profile picture of the author NezNezAt5
    I will choose instant $1m... thats no brainer... well.. i have nothing to loss.
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  • Profile picture of the author cyberdenizen
    It depends. If I were poor and desperate, I'd press the red button. I wouldn't want to run the risk of ending up with nothing. If I were millionaire, I'd go for the green button because I can afford to take the risk of not winning anything. If I lose, I'd simply shrug my shoulders because I already have millions in my bank account.
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    It's got to be the red button all day long!
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  • Profile picture of the author onSubie
    The OP posted:

    RED: $1 million
    GREEN: 50/50 Chance at $100 Million

    Basically he is saying: "Here is $1 Million. You can take it now (Red Button), OR risk it all for a one-time 50/50 chance at $100 Million".

    How many game show contestants would say, "I'll risk the whole million dollars on a coin-flip, Alex".

    Or how many would say, "Well, now that I have the million, I'm not going to risk it on a coin-toss".

    I wonder if the responses would be different with the same scenario but worded like this:

    RED: $1 Million
    GREEN: 50/50 chance at $0

    It's easy to say "I'd take the chance at $100 Million", when both numbers are fictional.

    But if someone actually gave you a suitcase with $1 Million in it, I highly doubt you would risk it on a coin-flip no matter what the potential gains.



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    • Profile picture of the author Gambino
      Originally Posted by onSubie View Post

      The OP posted:

      RED: $1 million
      GREEN: 50/50 Chance at $100 Million

      Basically he is saying: "Here is $1 Million. You can take it now (Red Button), OR risk it all for a one-time 50/50 chance at $100 Million".

      How many game show contestants would say, "I'll risk the whole million dollars on a coin-flip, Alex".

      Or how many would say, "Well, now that I have the million, I'm not going to risk it on a coin-toss".

      I wonder if the responses would be different with the same scenario but worded like this:

      RED: $1 Million
      GREEN: 50/50 chance at $0

      It's easy to say "I'd take the chance at $100 Million", when both numbers are fictional.

      But if someone actually gave you a suitcase with $1 Million in it, I highly doubt you would risk it on a coin-flip no matter what the potential gains.



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  • Profile picture of the author prismkuet
    I dislike taking risk when there is something even I don't take risk. Surely I will go for the green button. 1 million is not just fun!
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    Green, means go right? Taking chances is why I'm doing better than the guys I use to work with that didn't take the chances.
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    I just looked - the $1M is already in my paypal account. Have y'all gotten yours yet? (hope you clicked the red button)
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    • Originally Posted by cjreynolds View Post

      I just looked - the $1M is already in my paypal account. Have y'all gotten yours yet? (hope you clicked the red button)
      I'd love to have the statistics for the amount of people who went back to those buttons and clicked them xD Admin, let's see em!
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  • Profile picture of the author javari
    I'm not much of a gambler. I'll settle for the million.
    Where can I get it? :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Gambino
    Green. Best case scenario: $100,000,000. Worst case scenario: you have what you came with.
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    I'd watch the guy in front of me. If he hit the green and got nothing, I'd hit it. If he got the 100M, I'd make friends with him and take the instant 1M.
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  • Profile picture of the author TomBuck
    Prob the green button as I am a gambling man and $100 million you never need to do anything ever again, one million is not as much now as it was 10/20 years ago. So 100% Green button.


    Flipping a coin now heads I get nothing, tails I get 100 mil. BRB
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  • Profile picture of the author IMAdam
    I'd take 1 million green backs and invest in some realestate and online ventures. It's all about passive income at that point.
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  • Profile picture of the author TomBuck
    Was actually tails!!! Boom, was that sad I actually did that haha.
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  • It depends at what level you are in your career (bank account): a few years back, when I was pretty much skint, I would have pushed the red button and be happy with the 1 million. At this point of my life though, I would gamble for the green button.
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  • Profile picture of the author Charlotte Jay
    Easy peasy, the green. As stupid as it may sound, I really don't want to be the lazy butt. I kind of enjoy working for my bread and butter.
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  • No risk, no fun, no gain. Many people do not like to take risks. May be people who are choosing red, are in that level. I would love to choose the green one. Not to make myself millionaire, just to check what can happen there in that green button.

    Money does not attract me a lot. Still I earn money for living. I do not have a dream to be a millionaire, but I love to learn and take risks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dunhill
    1 Mil for me. If I did have a Mil I would go for 50% chance but since I don't 1 Mil would do good for me to expand what I do.
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  • Profile picture of the author faisalmaximus
    I will press both together.
    1 million confirmed, then if I get 10 million its bonus, if not, then satisfied with the 1 million.
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  • Profile picture of the author HenryZayasOBU
    I will take the 100 Million dollars with a 50% Chance. In business if you dont take Risk? You will never get to the next level of success...
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