A theorem of de Finetti states that if odds are posted on each set in a finite partition of a probability space, then either the odds are consistent with a finitely additive probability measure or a sure win is possible. A generalization of this result is proved which in turn implies a generalization of Von Neumann's theorem on the existence of the value of a game. Also, two horse race examples are considered.
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