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One way to start thinking about this is to work out a couple of Discrete versions of Ito's lemma Øksendal (6th edition) Example 3.1.9: almost surely, $$B_t^2 - t = \int_0^t 2B_s dB_s$$ This has a discrete version which holds everywhere: let $X_n=\pm 1$ and $S_n=\sum_{i=1}^n X_i$, then $$S^2_n-n = 2\sum_{i=0}^{n-1} S_i X_{i+1}$$ To verify ...

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I think that you can find the answer to this question here: http://people.stern.nyu.edu/wsilber/chuang-silber%20approx%20option%20value.pdf

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There is a good quick well-known approximation for at-the-money options: $$\textrm{Call,Put} = 0.4 S \sigma \sqrt{T}.$$ See further discussion at What are some useful approximations to the Black-Scholes formula?.

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