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Poker with Wild Cards-A Paradox?

by Steve Gadbois (Rhodes College)

This article originally appeared in:
Mathematics Magazine
October, 1996

Subject classification(s): Statistics and Probability | Probability | Elementary Probability
Applicable Course(s): 7.2 Probability

Allowing use of wild cards in poker can lead to unresolvable inconsistencies.


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Capsule Course Topic(s): Probability | Games of Chance
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