Lecture 29: Adversary Arguments [fa'13] 29 Adversary Arguments 29.1 Three-card Monte

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    An adversary means opposition and competition, but not having an adversary means grief and loneliness. — Zhuangzi (Chuang-tsu) c. 300 BC It is possible that the operator could be hit by an asteroid and your $20 could fall off his cardboard box and land on the ground, and while you were picking it up, $5 could blow into your hand. You therefore could win $5… CONTINUE READING