In his March 8th, 2009 entry, blogger and poker player Luke Kim wrote about a game of What Johnny Lodden Thinks:
We have been playing a game called "What Lodden Thinks," named
after the European poker player Johnny Lodden. It is a game involving
two bettors and a third party, who may or may not actually be Johnny
Lodden. The objective is to guess what the third party thinks the answer
to a specific question is. A ridiculous example would be, "How many
states are in the United States?" If I guess 50 (the actual answer), and
my opponent guesses 65, and Lodden reveals that his best guess was 67,
then my opponent wins. Most of our questions are in fairly extreme
territory and not likely to be asked on any national network:
--How much money would you have to be paid to kill a random person in Africa?
--How many people has ___ slept with?
--How much money would you have to be paid to jump off of CityCenter with a BASE jumping parachute?
--How much do you think this lamp costs?