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This is a very simple, intro to probability class using Poker applications. You don't have to be good at poker, or really, at stats to get an good grade. He goes over everything in class and posts his powerpoints online. He's pretty helpful is you ask questions, though he may appear frustrated at times.
Grading consists of four homework assignments, two computer projects (that had little to do with what we learned in class), midterm and a final. Like others have said, tests are multiple choice heavy, with each question usually worth 6-8 pts, no partial credit.
This is a really easy stats class with a prof that knows what he is doing. 35B is offered only in the fall, I believe. There is also a Fiat lux by this prof that is also about poker probability