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Thread: Wonging exit strategy setting for CVCX

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wave View Post
    With the small sample size I got -24, -20, -14, -9, -1, 1. Those are just preliminary numbers, so I am not using them in live play. I'll use the stops I get with the 10B sample size when they're completed.
    Deck 1 -24, Deck 2 -20, Deck 3 -14, Deck 4 -9, Deck 5 -1, Deck 6 1...again, those are just preliminary. By next weekend I should have the sims with the 10B sample size done and I'll let you know what I came up with.
    "This is a discipline thing. You either do it right or you don't do it at all."

    Don Schlesinger, pg 2, "Blackjack Attack: Playing the Pros' Way", 3rd Edition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wave View Post
    Deck 1 -24, Deck 2 -20, Deck 3 -14, Deck 4 -9, Deck 5 -1, Deck 6 1...again, those are just preliminary. By next weekend I should have the sims with the 10B sample size done and I'll let you know what I came up with.
    Wave! You're great! Thanks very much one more time!


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    Thanks, I've learned so much here that it's nice to be able to give back.
    "This is a discipline thing. You either do it right or you don't do it at all."

    Don Schlesinger, pg 2, "Blackjack Attack: Playing the Pros' Way", 3rd Edition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wave View Post
    Thanks, I've learned so much here that it's nice to be able to give back.
    Are You on BJ the Discord? (It's an app)

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    I'm not familiar with that, I'll look it up, thanks.
    "This is a discipline thing. You either do it right or you don't do it at all."

    Don Schlesinger, pg 2, "Blackjack Attack: Playing the Pros' Way", 3rd Edition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wave View Post
    Deck 1 -24, Deck 2 -20, Deck 3 -14, Deck 4 -9, Deck 5 -1, Deck 6 1...again, those are just preliminary. By next weekend I should have the sims with the 10B sample size done and I'll let you know what I came up with.
    I'll also chime in here. Thanks for doing this, and I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with.

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    This is taking quite a bit longer than I expected, but here is what I have so far. The game used for the sims is REKO Full 6D, H17, DAS, DA2, NRSA, NS, 75% pen., and a 1:20 spread. I set the sim to force a reshuffle when the count furthest away from zero was reached. I ended the sim after the optimal stop count was identified and at least 10B rounds had been reached for the next count closer to zero than the stop count. The stop counts are relative to an IRC of -20, so adjust accordingly.

    1st deck in play, stop at -24
    2nd deck, stop at -19
    3rd deck, stop at -15
    4th deck, stop at -9

    I'll start finishing it up after next week.
    Last edited by Wave; 05-10-2019 at 10:40 AM.
    "This is a discipline thing. You either do it right or you don't do it at all."

    Don Schlesinger, pg 2, "Blackjack Attack: Playing the Pros' Way", 3rd Edition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wave View Post
    This is taking quite a bit longer than I expected, but here is what I have so far. The game used for the sims is REKO Full 6D, H17, DAS, DA2, NRSA, NS, 75% pen., and a 1:20 spread. I set the sim to force a reshuffle when the count furthest away from zero was reached. I ended the sim after the optimal stop count was identified and at least 10B rounds had been reached for the next count closer to zero than the stop count. The stop counts are relative to an IRC of zero, so adjust accordingly.

    1st deck in play, stop at -24
    2nd deck, stop at -19
    3rd deck, stop at -15
    4th deck, stop at -9

    I'll start finishing it up after next week.
    Cheers Wade!

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    Okay, got the Wong Outs done with a minimum of 10B rounds, so there should be no debate re sample size...next will be the Wong Ins using these stop counts:


    1st deck in play, stop at -24
    2nd deck, stop at -19
    3rd deck, stop at -15
    4th deck, stop at -9
    5th deck, stop at -3
    6th deck, stop at +2

    Again, these are only for REKO 6 Deck Full, 3:2, H17, DAS, DA2, NS, NRSA, decks 1-5 75% pen, deck 6 87% pen, IRC -20, 1:20 spread.
    Last edited by Wave; 05-10-2019 at 10:39 AM.
    "This is a discipline thing. You either do it right or you don't do it at all."

    Don Schlesinger, pg 2, "Blackjack Attack: Playing the Pros' Way", 3rd Edition.

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    Wave,

    I find your work interesting. Always nice to see others post about their CVData work.

    Just to be sure I'm following this correctly... You start with an IRC of 0. In the first deck, if the KO RC falls to -24 or smaller, you wong out. What fraction of the shoes do you actually depart in the first deck?

    As to your methodology, does the Deck 1 ODP change if you change the Deck 2 (or 3, or 4, etc.) ODP? For example, if you set the departure points for decks 2 through 5 to -99 (which means that you'll never wong out after the first deck), does your ODP for Deck 1 change? How about if instead you set the departure points for decks 2 through 5 to +99?

    Will you post your bet schedule?

    Thanks again for all your hard work.

    Dog Hand

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