The Eudaemonic Pie

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Houghton Mifflin, 1985 - Games & Activities - 324 pages
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Recounts the true story of a group of young computer wizards who set out to beat the system at Las Vegas by means of mathematical theory and computers, small enough to be hidden in shoes, that communicate with each other by radio and body sensors

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A group of students and researcher types are hanging out together and generally having a good time. They come up with a project, trying to beat casinos at roulette. After a long time spent on ... Read full review

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In my copy, the first pages of Chapters 15 and 16 are switched. Read full review


PROLOGUE Glitter Gulch
THIRTEEN The City of Computation
FOURTEEN Rebel Science
EPILOGUE The Intergalactic Infandibutum

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Thomas A. Bass is the author of "The Eudaemonic Pie" & several other books. He writes for "Wired," "The New Yorker," & many other magazines. He lives in Clinton, New York.

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