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Old February 8th, 2016 #1
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Russian Roulette (with additional rounds)

Interview Question

According to the internet (so it has to be true), there is a variant of the Russian Roulette problem that is commonly asked as an interview question. It goes like this:

“Let’s play a game of Russian Roulette. You are tied to a chair. Here’s a gun, six chambers, all empty. Now watch me as I put two bullets in the gun into adjacent chambers. I close the cylinder and spin it. I put the gun to your head and pull the trigger. Click. You’re still alive. Lucky you! Now, before we discuss your résumé, I’m going to pull the trigger one more time. Which would you prefer, that I spin the cylinder first or that I just pull the trigger?”

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Old February 8th, 2016 #2
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Russians do not know what is a "Russian roulette".
This name appeared in the West.
 
Old February 9th, 2016 #3
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Old April 20th, 2016 #4
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Russian Roulette (with additional rounds)

Interview Question

According to the internet (so it has to be true), there is a variant of the Russian Roulette problem that is commonly asked as an interview question. It goes like this:

“Let’s play a game of Russian Roulette. You are tied to a chair. Here’s a gun, six chambers, all empty. Now watch me as I put two bullets in the gun into adjacent chambers. I close the cylinder and spin it. I put the gun to your head and pull the trigger. Click. You’re still alive. Lucky you! Now, before we discuss your résumé, I’m going to pull the trigger one more time. Which would you prefer, that I spin the cylinder first or that I just pull the trigger?”

http://datagenetics.com/blog/february22016/index.html
Just pull. 25% to die, spin again 33%.
 
Old May 7th, 2016 #5
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Russian Roulette (with additional rounds)

Interview Question

According to the internet (so it has to be true), there is a variant of the Russian Roulette problem that is commonly asked as an interview question. It goes like this:

“Let’s play a game of Russian Roulette. You are tied to a chair. Here’s a gun, six chambers, all empty. Now watch me as I put two bullets in the gun into adjacent chambers. I close the cylinder and spin it. I put the gun to your head and pull the trigger. Click. You’re still alive. Lucky you! Now, before we discuss your résumé, I’m going to pull the trigger one more time. Which would you prefer, that I spin the cylinder first or that I just pull the trigger?”

http://datagenetics.com/blog/february22016/index.html
The true answer is that it does not matter, either way, you are looking at an empty chamber
 
Old May 7th, 2016 #6
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Just shoot the faggot doing the interview.. use a semi-auto pistol with a full mag with a round already chambered and NO need to spin anything, problem solved with an easy win.
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