Two persons engage in a game of chance. The game is to nominate a sequence of three consecutive coin tosses [H or T].
Player one firstly nominates a sequence and then player two makes a nomination.
The game finishes when the last three tosses match either one of the players' nominations.
How can player two be assured of winning most of the time?
Given the choices that can be made by player one, what are the odds of player two winning?
Oh, it doesn't matter who tosses the coin.