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    Settings MGP's Blackjack

    I have a little questions about the settings in the MGP's Blackjack Software.

    Is there an option to include the "cut card"?
    Last edited by Grobbelaar; 08-13-2019 at 01:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grobbelaar View Post
    I have a little questions about the settings in the MGP's Blackjack Software.

    Is there an option to include the "cut card"?
    MGP's BJCA is *not* a simulator. Rather it is a Combinatorial Analyzer. This means, that instead of simulating the dealing of each round, the computer calculates the **exact** expectation(s) for each hand. Meaning: you are not going to get the desired "cut-card effect" that you may see in a Monte Carlo simulator. For that, I would recommend purchasing a sim or building your own.

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