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  • |known_for = [[Game theory]] ...), also known under the pseudonym '''E. P. Stein''', is an American [[game theory|game theorist]].
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  • ...Never Split Tens]]'', by writer, gambling columnist, astronomer, comedian, probability and statistics professor, and professional card counter [[Les Golden]] of O [[Category:Probability theory]]
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  • '''The Golden Diagram''' is a contour diagram which summarizes the levels of probability of attaining a given advantage in the card game of blackjack depending on t ...g with applications to trente-et-quarante and baccarat, Internat. J. Game Theory 2, 109-119</ref><ref>Ethier, S.N. and D. A. Levin, D.A. [2005] On the fund
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  • [[Category:Probability theory]]
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  • ...Blaisdell publishing company 1965 [[https://www.worldcat.org/title/general-theory-of-functions-and-integration/oclc/809564 WorldCat]][[https://openlibrary.or ...i>Never Split Tens!</i>, a novel based on the life of pioneering blackjack probability theorist [[Edward O. Thorp]], by gambling writer Les Golden published in 20
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  • ...taff performs research into current areas of astronomy and applications of probability, statistics, and Monte Carlo simulations into other areas of inquiry. Wit ...roid Reconnaissance Project. Its associates have published papers in game theory,<ref>Golden, Leslie M. (2011). “An Analysis of the Disadvantage to Player
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  • ...[mathematical analysis]], [[several complex variables]], and [[probability theory]]. He is known for the [[Cameron–Martin theorem]] and for his 1948 book ' ...e with Salomon Bochner a series of papers that proved basic results in the theory of several complex variables.
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  • Les applies probability and statistics to popular casino games, most frequently blackjack, as a col ...e field, Les, in addition to being a professional card counter, has taught probability and statistics at the graduate student level and published “An Analysis o
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  • ...blackjack]] player. He pioneered the modern applications of [[probability theory]], including the harnessing of very small [[correlation]]s for reliable fin ...ld be overcome by [[card counting]].<ref>[[Peter A. Griffin]] (1979) ''The Theory of Blackjack'', Huntington Press, {{ISBN|978-0929712130}}</ref> He also dev
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  • ...gazines. In addition to being a professional card counter, he has taught probability and statistics at the graduate student level and published “An Analysis o [[Category:Probability theory]]
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  • [[Category:Probability theory]]
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  • |fields = [[Analytic number theory]] ...ibuted to the fields of [[analytic number theory]], [[computational number theory]], and [[combinatorics]]. He co-authored 14 papers with [[Paul Erdős]] (g
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  • ...oys [[Card counting|card counting]] can actually enjoy a slim statistical probability of winning money over time. ...ard is an ace. The idea is that the dealer's second card has a fairly high probability (nearly one-third) to be ten-valued, giving the dealer blackjack and disapp
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  • ** ''Representation Theory'' — online only ...<i>Never Split Tens!</i>, a novel based on the life of pioneering gambling probability theorist Dr. [[Edward O. Thorp]] by gambling writer Les Golden and publishe
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  • ...ll> Dubner’s summary of his consideration of betting in terms of financial theory. The image is taken from a photocopy of nine apparent slides most likely p ...ncreases with increasing probability of success, decreases with increasing probability of failure, and increases with increasing size of the payout. All dependen
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  • ...most holding advanced degrees including the Ph.D or M.A. in mathematics or probability and statistics, who developed the systems. Only authors of reputable, publ ...s the most important card in terms of achieving a balance of BC and PE. In theory a player could keep a side count of every card and achieve a near 100% PE,
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  • [[Category:Probability theory]]
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  • ...most holding advanced degrees including the Ph.D or M.A. in mathematics or probability and statistics, who developed the systems. Only authors of reputable, publ ...s the most important card in terms of achieving a balance of BC and PE. In theory a player could keep a side count of every card and achieve a near 100% PE,
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  • ...iencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0019103579901994 </ref> and has taught probability and statistics as an Adjunct Professor of Management Science in the Heller ...wledge bases. With a technical background, many of his articles deal with probability issues in casino games, focusing on roulette, craps, and blackjack, and dis
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  • ...an article in ''[[The Forward]]'' argues that "in the end, a new 'standard theory' of Yiddish’s origins will probably be based on the work of Weinreich and ...ion_detail Dow et Stolz Comments:The Sorbian origin of Yiddish Li nguistic theory on search of histoircal documentation Int'l J Soc Lang 91:157-165 (1991)]</
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