UNLV Center for Gaming Research
Norman is a Fellow in economics at Magdalen College, Oxford. His research is in game theory, and his project at UNLV is the game-theoretic study of poker. In particular, his work extends a standard model of poker to the case where players can bet any amount from their stack, and analyzes how this modification alters game-theoretic predictions.
Betting; Game theory; Poker; Poker players
Gaming and Casino Operations Management | Mathematics
Streaming MediaGambling & Economic Behavior: Game Theory and Poker: The Effect of Variable Bet Sizes
Gambling & Economic Behavior: Game Theory and Poker: The Effect of Variable Bet Sizes.
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