Quote by Gordon Watson
Thanks DrC, nice reply; I much appreciate your having a go. We seem to be in agreement thus far.
However, referring to the OP (and after correcting the typos in your equation above):
1. I see no equations for A and B, with each satisfying ± 1 (the boundary condition required by Bell's formulation)?
2. What maximum did you derive for the CHSH inequality under the subject conditions?
3. What were the related a, b, c and d?
Completion of these tasks should bring us to the point I'm seeking to make from my wholly classical scenario.
Thanks again.

1. Does that mean I don't get a 100?
2. Traditional CHSH upper limit is always 2. The candidate local realistic estimate is not a factor, as it is model dependent.
3. I don't know what you are referring to. [...gently prodding us forward as I suspect there is a point just around the corner...]