Chance and Luck
by Richard A. Proctor
Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co. 1887
Number of pages: 164
This book contains a discussion of the laws of luck, coincidences, wagers, lotteries and the fallacies of gambling, with notes on poker and martingales, explaining in detail the law of probability, the types of gambling, the classification of gamblers, their belief, fallacies and superstitions about luck in the chance games.
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