Toss/Flip A Coin – Heads Or Tails

Coin flipping or for others refers as coin tossing, cross and pile, or heads or tails is a procedure of tossing a coin in mid-air to choose ore decide on two options, in some cases this is used to solve or resolve a argument or dispute among two parties. It is a kind of sortition which naturally have no more than two possible and even results.


The historical origin of coin flipping is the interpretation of a chance outcome as the expression of divine will.

Coin flipping as a game was known to the Romans as “navia aut caput” (‘ship or head’), as some coins had a ship on one side and the head of the emperor on the other. In England, this game was referred to as cross and pile, and on the 19th century California frontier, as Indian or Wheat. more at Wikipedia…

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