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Which deviations are most valuable?

Can CVData analyze deviations and, like Don did with the Ill18, list them in order of EV/SCORE? I know it's a hard thing to do computationally, and it depends on your bet spread and probably a bunch of other stuff. But it would be nice to know which deviations to learn first. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8Tdvgpdbrc)

I feel like I can't be the first to ask this question, so if there's already a thread on this that I can't find, I'd appreciate a link to it.

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Originally Posted by PitBoss321
Can CVData analyze deviations and, like Don did with the Ill18, list them in order of EV/SCORE? I know it's a hard thing to do computationally, and it depends on your bet spread and probably a bunch of other stuff. But it would be nice to know which deviations to learn first. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8Tdvgpdbrc)

I feel like I can't be the first to ask this question, so if there's already a thread on this that I can't find, I'd appreciate a link to it.
This is precisely what Gronbog and I are working on now and will eventually bring to market. You have no idea of the computational load involved. You can't even fathom it. But, I'm surprised you're asking about which indices to learn first; that's been out there for a very long time. Learn the I18. Learn the Catch 22. Learn the Fab 4.

We'll get back to you about the others and how much more they contribute to SCORE.

Don

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Originally Posted by DSchles
Learn the I18. Learn the Catch 22. Learn the Fab 4.
Even though my town has H17 and ES10?

Like you say in BJA, the I18 are a jumping off point. And I figure if I can't play yet, I may as well get good info for when I can play.

I am very excited for the new project, I hope everything goes smoothly!

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By the way, nothing ambitious planned -- just about 9,000 charts or so.

Don

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Originally Posted by DSchles
By the way, nothing ambitious planned -- just about 9,000 charts or so.
Who will play you in the movie version?

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I have designed a methodology for this that does far more along these lines. Algorithmic calculation is not accurate. The design is accurate, not an estimate, but about 500 times faster than normal simulation.

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Originally Posted by Norm
I have designed a methodology for this that does far more along these lines. Algorithmic calculation is not accurate. The design is accurate, not an estimate, but about 500 times faster than normal simulation.
Interesting. How, if I may ask?

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I'm playing Don and Don is playing me.

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That's going to take a lot of diagrams to explain. Perhaps after I implement it.

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Originally Posted by Norm
That's going to take a lot of diagrams to explain. Perhaps after I implement it.
That would be a real treat! Thanks!

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