According to the Fundamental Theorem of Poker, our expectation is increased every time the opponents make a wrong decision.
On the other hand, Morton's Theorem states that a player's expectation may be maximized by an opponent making a correct decision.
Personally, it appears to me that Morton's theorem is absurd. My reasoning would be that since poker is a zero sum game, the correct decision of an opponent by definition, would mean the one that minimizes the opponents expectations.
It appears that both theorems contradict each other. Which one of them is correct?