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    In at the deep end is often the best way

    Once you have spent the time initailly, you will find that you will save enormous amounts of time down the track!
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    I seriously suggest you model this with a Markov matrix.

    You'll be able to easily calculate the probabilities of ending in state i after a certain number of moves, given that you start in state j.

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