This is a variation of another recent thread. I'm interested in the risk profile of members here and psychology making financial decisions when knowing the exact chances of outcomes in advance. Please answer honestly as if it were a real situation and you had to make a decision right now. Unbiased coin flip, exactly 50% chance of either heads or tails resulting. Heads you win, tails you lose. Stake to play is $1,000. Heads is paying a bonus today so that when you win, you get back $2,700 instead of the correct odds of $2,000. You only get 1 attempt, will you play?