The Theory of Gambling and Statistical LogicBy
- Richard Epstein
Suitable for those interested in probability, statistics, or gambling and gamblers with an interest in theory and analysis and a basic understanding of undergraduate mathematics.
Hardbound, 465 Pages
Published: November 2012
Imprint: Academic Press
"This special edition remains the comprehensive unified mathematical treatment for a wide range of games of chance and skill. It includes the counter-intuitive Parrondo's paradox: a winning strategy can result from switching between losing games. An entertainment for all who read it, a text for innovative university courses, and a reference for those concerned with probability and game theory."- -Edward O. Thorp,author of BEAT THE DEALERand BEAT THE MARKET