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    the worst case that we could possibly experience

    Dear all,

    ...In other words, the worst case that we could possibly experience and yet still be winners would be to have 50 cars on our road including us, and 51 on the other road....

    In the sentence above, I don't understand the structure of "the worst case that we could possibly experience and yet still be winners".

    Does it mean "the worst case which we could possibly experience and yet in which we could still be winners"?

    Thank you!

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    Re: the worst case that we could possibly experience

    Your interpretation is correct.

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