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    MWP, I understood what 21forme posted about June 5th. He has a great sense of humor along with guy who scratches his balls most often.

    I played the Rampart a few times, started getting heat and quit. Nice place. The casino next door to it had a good game too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeBabar View Post
    MWP, I understood what 21forme posted about June 5th. He has a great sense of humor along with guy who scratches his balls most often.

    I played the Rampart a few times, started getting heat and quit. Nice place. The casino next door to it had a good game too.
    Zee, you mention me in the same sentence with the ball scratcher?!

    I haven't been to Rampart often, but I found it sweaty, as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aceside View Post
    I just checked your math. You get a suited blackjack at a probability of 4/1326=0.3%. In other words, playing 100 hands in one hour, you will make 100*20*0.3%=$6 from this bonus alone, but you will lose $4 an hour from your main game. This means you can make $2 an hour.
    aceside,

    You might want to check your suited BJ math...

    For a DD game, the probability of a BJ is

    2*8*32/(104*103) = 0.048...

    or about 1 in 20.9 rounds.

    Since one-fourth of the BJ's are suited, the suited BJ probability is thus 0.012, or about 1 in 83.6 rounds, which is about what MWP used in his calculation.

    Your probability is one-fourth of the correct value. Perhaps you were thinking of a suited A-K?

    Hope this helps!

    Dog Hand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dog Hand View Post
    aceside,

    You might want to check your suited BJ math...

    For a DD game, the probability of a BJ is

    2*8*32/(104*103) = 0.048...

    or about 1 in 20.9 rounds.

    Since one-fourth of the BJ's are suited, the suited BJ probability is thus 0.012, or about 1 in 83.6 rounds, which is about what MWP used in his calculation.

    Your probability is one-fourth of the correct value. Perhaps you were thinking of a suited A-K?

    Hope this helps!

    Dog Hand
    You are nice. I was thinking about suited A-K. Thank you for correcting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21forme View Post
    Zee, you mention me in the same sentence with the ball scratcher?!

    I haven't been to Rampart often, but I found it sweaty, as well.
    SNL classic. Should be worth an unhelpful or 2. Classic.

    https://youtu.be/bPpcfH_HHH8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freightman View Post
    SNL classic. Should be worth an unhelpful or 2. Classic.

    https://youtu.be/bPpcfH_HHH8
    That was the best post you ever made....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeBabar View Post
    That was the best post you ever made....
    just wait till I post about a dusty muffin

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