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    Can CVCX simulate specific CSMs? (ex. One2Six, Shufflemaster, etc.)

    Can CVCX simulate specific CSM models? (ex. One2Six, Shufflemaster, etc.) I'm planning to do a study on how CSMs work and if there's really no way to beat it.

    discountgambling's post on CSMs give it a possibility, although I need to do more research and simulations, hence my question

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    No. I am prohibited from making CSM features publicly available due to an agreement with an AP.
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    Alright, thanks a lot, appreciate the reply!

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