Totally disagree here, buddy. You can't draw parallels from a statistically deterministic game of hold'em to life and expect your findings from the former to stand true in the latter! Like you said, life is chaotic, it doesn't follow any rules, meaning it most definitely does not acribe to a principle of justly allotting its spoils by giving people "what they deserve". You can't seriously look at people who are less fortunate than you today, who were presented with similar opportunities to you initially, and simply say that they deserve what they got because they didn't do what you did. You can't do that because it's impossible to find people who are different from you for no good reason; if they're worse than you it's only because they faced stronger challenges or received less aid than you did. That everyone gets what they deserve is a very ungrateful, egotistic, and falsely self-righteous assertion to make.