Books on Probability Theory?

I have sufficient intuitive understanding of Probability Theory when it is applied in RL, I can understand the maths, but these don’t come that easy, and I lack a lot of problem practice which may help me develop a better understanding of concepts, for now I can understand maths, but I wont be able to rederive or prove those bounds or lemmas by myself, so if you have any suggestions for books on Probability Theory, would appreciate your feedback.

(Also I am not bothered to learn Classic Probability Theory ~ Pure Maths, as it will come in handy if I want to explore any other field which is applied probability in engineering or physics or other applied probability parts) so any book that could provide me a strong fundamental and robust diversity of the field. Thanks!

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