The Law of Large Numbers

Frank Tyra, a physics graduate student, can’t pay his tuition or buy ramen noodles because his blackjack team went bust. When one of his undergraduate students offers to bankroll a new team, Frank teaches a bunch of frat boys to count cards in Las Vegas. Arizona State is a party school, and when his new team starts to party away their big chance, Frank has figure out how to survive. More
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About TK Kenyon

TK Kenyon is an Iowa Writers’ Workshop graduate, novelist, award-winning short story writer, pharmaceutical industry regulatory consultant, technical writer, molecular virologist, neuroscientist, minivan-driving mom, happy wife, cat slave, P90X devotee, surfer, high-handicap golfer, scuba diver, gourmet chef, mostly vegetarian, chocolatier, gardener, capsaicin addict, caffeine junkie, Apache and Scot descendant, native Arizonan, Connectikite, nouveau feminist, political moderate with extremist tendencies, radical atheist, Buddhist-curious, occasional UU, Tamil Ayer Brahmin Hindu by marriage, ex-actress, grown-up child beauty queen, PhD, MFA, BS (in so many ways), ASU Sun Devil, Iowa Hawkeye, UPenn Quaker, and always looking for something interesting to do.

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