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    CVData House Money side bet

    Trying to sim "House Money" side bet in CVData but my results keep coming out to a house edge of 40% without parlay. In previous forum posts multiple people have given it a house edge without parlay of right around 25%. I would like to make sure I have it set up correctly before calculating in the parlay/capping feature of the bet which eventually should bring down the edge to around 3%. Any idea where I am going wrong? Thanks
    House money:
    Suited A K pays 9 to 1
    two card straight flush pays 4 to 1
    pair pays 3 to 1
    two card straight pays 1 to 1

    Simming 6 deck. 1 deck cut off. Hit 17 standard 6 deck rules. flat betting 1 unit for side bet.
    Last edited by dude1234; 11-05-2020 at 03:13 PM.

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    Straights appear twice as frequent as pairs. You need to consider this part.

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