in a way, that's right, the odds may indeed be deceptive. It matters a great deal the precision of how the question is specified. Does it mean "at least" 20 losses in a row or "exactly 20 losses in a row" (out of 240 games)? If the latter, does the streak happen "only once, with no other streaks of 20 losses" (i.e. any other streaks are 19 losses or less) or can there possibly be "multiple streaks of 20 losses in a row, but at most 20 in a row"? These will have different answers. I'm confident these questions can be answered by combinatorics, some with more difficulty than others, but there are certainly questions in mathematics that have not been answered, despite brilliant minds with their careers largely focused on the them. These questions perhaps *cannot* be answered, *ever*, meaning they are indeterminate by their nature. Perhaps, even, there may be *infinitely many* of these unanswerable questions.