I took a course in Probability and Statistics last year and was happily reminded of many concepts and theories from the course with historical background and practical application to put them in context. The book isn't overly complex in my opinion, but I didn't really want to be thinking that hard while driving anyway. I also appreciated the author's value of hard work and determination to increase your odds of success instead of relying on so-called luck.
Side note: The reader for this book was more interesting and varied than the one for Mlodinow's other book on Audible, "Euclid's Window"
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