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    CVCX V6 Wonging feature

    Norm, I just tried using the 'Enter shoe multiple times' feature on the Wonging screen. I ran the simulation and the results were virtually identical to when the button was off. At first I was perplexed. I went back to the wonging screen and realized that the button was unchecked. Upon closer examination, when you select 'Enter shoe multiple times' and then press the Exit button on the Define Betting Strategy screen it automatically unchecks the 'Enter shoe multiple times' button. Bottom line, after I select the feature CVCX unchecks it when I exit the screen. How can this be fixed?

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    It's unchecked if it is incompatible with another setting. What are all of the settings?
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    This is a reverse wonging sim.

    Start play @Shuffle
    Stop play <= -20, -15, -12, -8

    Wong by depth.

    No other features are selected. I don't see a compatibility issue here.

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    It is not compatible with start at shuffle. Thinks about it.
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    It is not compatible with start at shuffle. Thinks about it.
    Hmmm...under my settings the player would play right off the top and then stop play at a bad count. Then, if the count becomes sufficient enough to warrant reentry, then the player reenters the shoe. Can you please explain the incompatibility that I am missing here? I don't see the issue.

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    You are telling it to only enter at the shuffle, not at some count. If you want to enter at the shuffle, then exit at some counts and reenter the same shoe at some different counts, there's no way to set that. You would need to set what counts to enter.
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    Thanks, Norm, I see what you mean. You say there is no way to set that but what if you entered the IRC for the 'start [email protected]' in order to play off the top? I guess the earliest the player can wong in is the second round? That is nearly the same thing as playing off the top. Then the user can provide the entry and reentry points for the rest of the shoe.

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    I don't understand and don't know the strategy. The first number is the entire first deck for entry and reentry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    I don't understand and don't know the strategy. The first number is the entire first deck for entry and reentry.
    I didn't explain myself well. I am simulating KO which has a IRC of -20 for 6-decks. Basically, I am trying to simulate playing off the top of the shoe and sitting out when the count goes bad and then reentering when the count becomes neutral. Now, CVCX cannot simulate such play. At least 1 round must be played before the counter can enter the shoe with the 'start [email protected]' feature turned on. So, why not set this feature to the IRC for the first deck which is kind of like playing off the top? Of course the rest of the entry points will change as you progress further into the shoe.

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    You can't enter and exit with the same count. You also don't want to be constantly entering and exiting.
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