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    how am i a troll

    im trying to tell you this is the algo

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    i tell you what if you can get the cards from a 7 player table give me the numbers as they come out the deck and position i can put the full code for deck to the cutting card better with 8 decks

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    Your sentences can have many different meanings. If you want an answer, you are going to have to be far more detailed in your statements.
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    What are you trying to accomplish?? Do you know how the game of blackjack is played? Do you know that the cards are shuffled before they are dealt and that, when the shoe is completed, they are shuffled again? Do you know that, while a shoe might start with seven players, during the dealing, players will routinely come and go?

    What is your objective?

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    don norm you guys need to relax

    i have been playing blackjack 6 hours a day for 10 years = 365x6=2190 so 2190x10=21900 hours 21900x3=65700 shoes i have played

    so i know the game this is just something i picked up

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    Quote Originally Posted by bust_101 View Post
    this is just something i picked up
    You picked up WHAT?? If you can't express in words what your concept is so that reasonably intelligent people can understand what you're talking about, what's the point? And, spare us "algo" 25 times, if possible.

    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSchles View Post
    You picked up WHAT?? If you can't express in words what your concept is so that reasonably intelligent people can understand what you're talking about, what's the point? And, spare us "algo" 25 times, if possible.

    Don
    ok don i have posted the algo that i have used for 6 years i simplified it as much as possible i have also shown that the cards follow a rotational pattern i have shown how to use it to keep the fixed patterns off by 1 or 2 places by just not following 1 basic strategy hit what is hard to see here

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    Utter nonsense.

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