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    House Edge

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    ENHC, 6D, nSur, S17 ,DAS, 22 no bust , D 10 11 12, Sp3, Bj player automatically win 3:2, AA player automatically win 2:1.

    What the House Edge?
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    https://wizardofodds.com/games/black...le-variations/

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    Dealer bust on 22 is a push8 -6.91%"


    hard to believe anything can make up for that

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    So if you're dealt AA you automatically get paid 2-1? That's a twist I don't think I've seen before...

    P(AA in 6 deck) = (24/312)*(23/311) = .11268*.07395 = .00833, or about 1 in every 120 hands.

    While not doing a full run/compare/sim, I still think it's not going to be anywhere near close enough to make up for the push 22 -6.91%.

    p.s. does that "D 10 11 12" mean you're only allowed to double on 10, 11, and 12?? lol?
    Don't think you have a winning game; know you have a winning game.

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    Bj player automatically win 3:2, AA player automatically win 2:1.
    Neither of these rules are particularly favourable, because getting blackjack vs blackjack (1 in 20.7 x 1 in 20.7) or AA (1/13 * 1/13) are both extremely rare events. The house edge on this game has to be above 5%.

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    "P(AA in 6 deck) = (24/312)*(23/311) = .11268*.07395 = .00833, or about 1 in every 120 hands."

    Where in the world did .11268 come from? It didn't strike you as odd that the two numbers, which should be virtually the same, were so different??

    Don

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    Where in the world did .11268 come from?
    Probably did 24/213 by mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meistro123 View Post
    Probably did 24/213 by mistake.
    Ha! That seems to be it. Dyslexic? :-)

    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSchles View Post
    "P(AA in 6 deck) = (24/312)*(23/311) = .11268*.07395 = .00833, or about 1 in every 120 hands."

    Where in the world did .11268 come from? It didn't strike you as odd that the two numbers, which should be virtually the same, were so different??

    Don
    Clearly a miss click... 24/312 = .0769..... so then it would be .0769*.07395 = .00569, or about 1 in 175 hands.

    I like to chat, discusses, and contribute when I can during pauses at work with other things going on during the day. I suppose if I don't have the time to properly write and double check I shouldn't be posting, so I'll just stop posting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Romes View Post
    Clearly a miss click... 24/312 = .0769..... so then it would be .0769*.07395 = .00569, or about 1 in 175 hands.

    I like to chat, discusses, and contribute when I can during pauses at work with other things going on during the day. I suppose if I don't have the time to properly write and double check I shouldn't be posting, so I'll just stop posting.
    Not to worry. I occasionally mistype - just ask Don.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romes View Post
    Clearly a miss click... 24/312 = .0769..... so then it would be .0769*.07395 = .00569, or about 1 in 175 hands.

    I like to chat, discusses, and contribute when I can during pauses at work with other things going on during the day. I suppose if I don't have the time to properly write and double check I shouldn't be posting, so I'll just stop posting.
    Don't take your ball and go home, Romes. Just kick Don in the nuts here and there for being a curmudgeon.

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