Games of Little to No Chance
Thursday, May 28 at 6:30 pm EDT (New York)
Gambling is for suckers. Mathematicians prefer games that can be analyzed, where it is possible to discover and implement guaranteed winning strategies, or at least strategies where the probability of winning is more than 50%. Join Paul Zeitz as he shares techniques for analyzing simple and not-so-simple games and explains how to design "sucker bets" that will fool even the most sophisticated adversaries.
It will be helpful if you've attended the previous two sessions in this series, but don’t worry if you haven’t. All registrants will receive a summary document to refresh memories and bring newcomers up to speed.
In order to participate fully in this program, you should have the math sophistication of at least a 14-year-old, regardless of your actual age.
This is a live-streamed event. Occasional video recordings are made available for a fee at videos.momath.org.
|Event fee||$ 15.00|
|Event fee plus $15 donation to support families in need||$ 30.00|