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A New Research Paper on the d’Alembert Progression

It is not often that I recommend a research paper on voodoo gambling ideas, especially a paper on progressions.  Then again, it is very rare for a quality research paper on the topic to be written.  Last November (2019), I visited Rutgers University as an invited speaker in their probability and statistics seminar.  During the visit, I met the authors of this paper, professors Harry Crane and Glenn Shafer.  They are first-rate scholars and are among the very few who are finding original angles on ancient ideas. After reading this paper, I felt it was important to pass it along. The paper I am recommending is:

“Risk is random: The magic of the d’Alembert”

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