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Old 19-02-2018, 04:57 AM
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Remember reading this at the time, World Cup squads are perfect as there are 23 players in each one, in the 2014 the number of teams with 2 or more players with the same birthday was indeed 50%, I'm the same as you I just can't believe it would actually work out but seemingly it does

Here is the article and the proof

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Originally Posted by ExiledStirling View Post
Has anyone actually tested this out for real?

I get the logic but still struggle to see that if in reality if you grouped together a number of times 23 people that reality will match the logic used.
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