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26 Oct 2020

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“Listen,” Raskolnikov hastened to say, “I’ve only just come to tell you you’ve won your bet and that no one really knows what may not happen to him.

I can’t understand the meaning of the words “no one really knows what may not happen to him” in this sentence.
Maybe you may need more content to understand this sentence correctly .
But,could you explain it only from information ?
To put it differently, what is it?
What meaning does it indicate?

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