The theory of gambling and statistical logic

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Elsevier/Academic Press , Amsterdam, Boston
Games of chance (Mathematics), Statistical dec
StatementRichard A. Epstein
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LC ClassificationsQA271 .E67 2012
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL25404504M
ISBN 139780123978578
LC Control Number2012027637

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Publisher Summary. This chapter presents an overview of the history of gambling and the development of probability theory.

In the 16th century came the first reasoned considerations relating games of chance to a rudimentary theory of probability by the efforts of one Gerolamo Cardano, who in his Liber de Ludo Aleae, the Book on Games of Chance (published posthumously in ) expressed a rough.

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Kubeiagenesis --Mathematical preliminaries --Fundamental principles of a theory of gambling --Parrondo's principle --Coins, wheels, and oddments --Coups and games with dice --The play of the cards --Blackjack --Statistical logic and statistical games --Games of pure skill and competitive computers --Fallacies and sophistries.

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