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Home | News | A new take on the Monty Hall problem by Henk Tijms has made it to The Guardian
News | August 26, 2020

A new take on the Monty Hall problem by Henk Tijms has made it to The Guardian

Honorary fellow Henk Tijms' new take on the Monty Hall problem, a brain teaser in the form of a probability puzzle, was published in the British newspaper The Guardian, and got a lot of readers' reactions.

A new take on the Monty Hall problem by Henk Tijms has made it to The Guardian
The puzzle was published in a series of puzzles that appears biweekly. Check the article here: Can you solve it? Win the car, dodge the goat. The puzzle is taken from Tijms' book Surprises in Probability- Seventeen Short Stories.