Parrondo's Paradox?

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I recently read about the “Parrondo’s Paradox” and i have a question. if u have a fictive game where all 3 probabilities are appearing [in case of a win(p1=0.5 - e, p2.1 = 0.75 - e and p2.2 = 0.1 -e; e= 0.005)] as it is needed for the game and as this are the given rules of the game. And you start playing the game with these biased coin tosses, with the mentioned probabilities.

Your starting capital is 100$. And you start playing or tossing these biased coins. which money amount do you get back if you win or loose p1, p2.1 or p.2.2? Is it always: $ 1 ?

I can only find the probabilities but can not find out what you get back, speaking in money value terms, if you win or loose each game with the given probabilities.

Lets say for p1, you would get back 1$ if u win or loose the coin toss

how much do you get back if you win p2.1 or p.2.2? and how much can you lose if the the opposite happens in case of losing the tosses? is it also always 1$?

I can nowhere find the given rules of applying the right investments for the tosses in the game.

So my maybe more specific question is: lets fixes the amounts and say,

If i play p1 i will get back 1$ or loose 1$

If i play p2.1 i will gett back 1$ or loose 3$

If i play p2.2 i will get back 10$ or loose 1$.

Is the game still working for your favour under these given conditions?

thanks for your help