JON WALTERS and Robbie Brady flipped a coin to see who would inherit Robbie Keane's famous No10 shirt.
So we flipped a coin for it and I ended up getting it.
One participant who marked that 3000 of 5000 flips was more likely to occur seemed to contradict that answer with the explanation: "It seems more likely that if you flipped a coin
that many times (5000) that it would be closer to 50/50, where as 3 out of 5 isn't far away from 50/50.
Each coach flipped a coin
at the all-league meeting at Quartz Hill on Saturday morning.
AN AMERICAN judge has ordered a retrial after a jury flipped a coin
to convict a man of murder.
5) Ben-Or and Linial  observed that with a restriction to fair coins, Harper's isoperimetric inequality for the hypercube [Harper 1966] implies that the majority function gives the least power to an off-line adversary that can see all coins before deciding which to change (a one-round protocol), and conjectured that a similar result held for multi-round protocols in which n processes repeatedly executed rounds in which each flipped a coin
and the adversary could control all coin-flips of a process once it was subverted.
A JUDGE has ordered a retrial after jurors who couldn't decide whether to convict a man of murder or manslaughter flipped a coin
to reach a verdict.
Valens and guitarist Tommy Allsup flipped a coin
to determine who would fly out with Holly and the Big Bopper.