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Can you tell me the odds of this absolutely crazy story?
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The probability that your cousin happens to play that game is somewhere between extremely difficult to calculate and plainly undefined. But given that your cousin is an active player, the probability to be in the same guild as him is 50/500,000, or 1 in 10,000.

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