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At the time, people did not think they were applying a mathematical model to a real situation, or that the model could be inadequate. Their approach sheds light on the historic perception of probability in the eighteenth century. Probability was not yet anchored by a unified theory, nor was Bernoulli’s theorem common-place. Probability was perceived as kind of provability. So the mathematical consequence of getting an infinite value of a game was unacceptable. Much later, Venn formulated a harsh critique.