I walked this morning and met a street fortune-teller. This old gypsy invited me to get my luck told, and she just blabbed those old nonsense phrases about how this day will be my lucky day and such. I gave her $5 for the morning encouragement (not really), smiled, and waved goodbye.
To my surprise, she grabbed my palm as I put the money in her hand and said that this will really be my lucky day. Anything I do throughout this day will yield a successful outcome, no matter what the odds against it are, but only if it's possible to happen in a day.
Clarification : This means that you can't pull a 7 figure deal, because normally it requires several days to do the process. You just need a goal, and the odds will be in your favor.
Again, I nodded and didn't think about it much. But then a streak of luck hit me until I couldn't deny that this is real. (The events are irrelevant, but I can make some up if anyone is interested).
As of this writing, I'm on a plane to Vegas to be a new millionaire, no, a billionaire.
Wait, what will happen when the casino learned I win in all of their games? Will they suspect me of cheating? Can they prove that I'm cheating even if I don't? How can they blame me for getting the favor of the RNGods and the Lady of Luck?!!! It's unfair!
I know from the statistic it is possible to suspect him of cheating because the probability of winning in 4 different games (of slots) may be as well as astronomically improbable. However, he didn't bring anything suspicious, he can prove that he's winning because of luck by playing in 3 different machines and he got all the jackpots after they confronted him. (This might be important if a law allow you to dispute their decision or when you sue them)
What I don't know is how a casino(s) will react to this. I imagine they will have a system to weed out cheaters, but in this case they can't prove it. What will they do? Close the casino? Escort him out? Warn other casinos he might be coming?
For this question, I limit the games I play to slot machines. Surely I can't cheat on those, like I could for example by counting cards when playing Blackjack.
Although the story set in Vegas, I'm interested if anyone can provide information about the regulation/culture of other countries casinos, as I might as well change the place of the story if it is too unfavorable to do this in Vegas (I read that they can just kick you out and refuse to accommodate you even after you prove your innocence).
How the luck works
Anything you wished, luck will help you to make it happens. Of course, if it's impossible, it won't happen. You don't know when the luck fails.
Think of how Death Note works. Your wish "I want to be in Vegas next hour" while you're still in Africa now will just result in someone kidnap you and put you on plane to Vegas, while actually won't speed up the time needed to travel to Vegas.
Same thing will happen if it will take too long to process the wish; wishing for getting more than max bet will likely fail and you won't know that it won't work (no "wish denied" notification in your head), except there's occurrence in the past the casino allow exception on putting a bet higher than maximum. We won't know exactly if something is possible or not, but we can rationale whether it will work or not, like in the previous example.