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I was wondering if there are any FREE good alternatives to Sheldon Ross's Probability Models which are more succinct?

Are there any free online resources (websites/PDFs/course notes) which cover more or less the same material?

I am looking for a quick (review)/(filling of knowledge gaps) and therefore would appreciate brevity.

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how about this one from Oliver Knill's page at Harvard:

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