Two persons,

Both are equally skilled but

Assuming there is no chance of a tie, what is the probability that

One way to figure it is that

But another way to figure it is that

Which answer do you think is right, and why?

From Ernest Adams, *A Primer of Probability Logic*. Originally from Eugene Northrop, *Riddles in Mathematics*.

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