Almost all gamblers believe in luck, or Lady Luck, as they call her.
But the fact of the matter is that gambling is precisely controlled by the laws of statistics.
This discrepancy between luck and statistics makes bookmakers and the owners of casinos rich, and it makes the gamblers poor.
We have the proof of this with David Walsh in Oz.
David is a mathematician who calculates the statistics of gambling and wins and wins and wins until he has won a fortune which he has spent on a wonderful museum, MONA, in Hobart, Tasmania on the Derwent River. Click on - www.mona.net.au
But David is the exception. He doesn't believe in Lady Luck any more than an atheist believes in Allah.
David is a man of the Enlightenment, while those who believe in Lady Luck are like those who believe in the Our Lady, the Mother of God.