# Thread: Average units per hand?

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## Average units per hand?

Whats the average number of units risked per hand in a single deck game s17 d9-11?

Like say i flat bet this game \$100 a hand, after 1,000 hands, how many units have i put into play with all the doubling amd splitting ive done? How is this calculated?

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Originally Posted by blueman
Whats the average number of units risked per hand in a single deck game s17 d9-11?

Like say i flat bet this game \$100 a hand, after 1,000 hands, how many units have i put into play with all the doubling amd splitting ive done? How is this calculated?
This might help.
http://krigman.casinocitytimes.com/a...blackjack-5449

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Originally Posted by Midwest Player
Depends on rules, but generally, 1.13 times the unit. That is, we double about 10 percent of the time and split about three percent.

Don

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Originally Posted by moses
Nifty feature in CV Data breaks down the average bet for each hand played.
The average bet is the average STARTING bet, not the total-action bet. If you flat bet, CV Data will show \$100, but that isn't the question being asked.

Don

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Originally Posted by DSchles
Depends on rules, but generally, 1.13 times the unit. That is, we double about 10 percent of the time and split about three percent.

Don
Thank you

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I know this should be trivial, but my math just isn't making sense...

Lets say i have a 0.5% player edge bc the rules are amazing... and im flat betting \$100 per round, 100 rounds per hour. Is it...

\$100 × 0.005 × 100 =\$50 an hour?

Or is it net "coin in" × edge, which would be about

(\$100×1.13) ×0.005×100= \$56.50

I'm just running better than i should be and don't know if its sample size or if im doing calculations wrong

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Originally Posted by DSchles
The average bet is the average STARTING bet, not the total-action bet. If you flat bet, CV Data will show \$100, but that isn't the question being asked.

Don

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Lets say i have a 0.5% player edge bc the rules are amazing... and im flat betting \$100 per round, 100 rounds per hour. Is it...
\$100 × 0.005 × 100 =\$50 an hour?
Yes
Or is it net "coin in" × edge, which would be about

(\$100×1.13) ×0.005×100= \$56.50
No

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Originally Posted by blueman
As Mesitro answered, the edge is, by convention, always stated as a percentage of the INITIAL wager. You sometimes see the acronyms IBA or TBA, standing for initial bet advantage or total bet advantage, but the latter is rarely used -- at least not for blackjack.

Don

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Originally Posted by DSchles
As Mesitro answered, the edge is, by convention, always stated as a percentage of the INITIAL wager. You sometimes see the acronyms IBA or TBA, standing for initial bet advantage or total bet advantage, but the latter is rarely used -- at least not for blackjack.

Don
Im just running good then it appears

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