## Cacarulo: C-D and R-A indices for Insurance

Hi to all,

In one of the archived posts I made a slight mistake on one of the Risk-Aversed Indices (T,L index is not +4). Sometimes SE is not on our side

Conditions: 6D, Hi-Lo
Separating the Hi-Lo tags into four categories:

T = Ten
A = Ace
Z = 7,8,9
L = 2,3,4,5,6

we get the following summarized table:

```          +-------+-----+-----+
|  AL   | EM  | RA  |
+---------+-------+-----+-----+
| Generic | +3.01 | +3  | +3  |
|   A,A   | +2.37 | +2  | +3  |
|   A,T   | +2.82 | +3  | +3  |
|   A,Z   | +2.57 | +3  | +3  |
|   A,L   | +2.73 | +3  | +3  |
|   T,T   | +3.28 | +3  | +4  |
|   T,Z   | +3.01 | +3  | +3  |
|   T,L   | +3.18 | +3  | +3  |
|   Z,Z   | +2.76 | +3  | +3  |
|   Z,L   | +2.92 | +3  | +3  |
|   L,L   | +3.09 | +3  | +3  |
+---------+-------+-----+-----+

being AL = Algebraic Index
EM = EV-Maximized Index
RA = RA Index
```

EM and RA were both run on a 6D game and the Risk Aversion used an optimal 1-12 betting spread.

Sincerely,
Cac