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This is a classic example of why 'averages' are often not very useful in statistics. It comes down to bust ratios. In my blackjack software in the 90s, I ran simulations.


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A card counting system assigns a point score to each rank of card (e.g., 1 point for 2–6, 0 points for 7–9 and βˆ’1 point for 10–A). When a card is exposed, a counter.


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Scoring at blackjack is fairly simple. The values of each card in the player's hand are totalled to obtain an overall score, with cards between two to ten scoring as.


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The goal of the game is to reach a score (=sum of the cards) as high as possible but not more than A Blackjack (Ace and a card whose value is 10) beats all.


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NO is a long run measure. Thread starter London Colin Start date Nov 11, I'm not doubting the truth of it; it's just I've not been able to find an explanation in BJA3 though it may well be in there, evading my gaze. I have no idea if this was the thought process Don went through in developing SCORE, but it does make good sense to me. To get a meaningful comparison of games, however, you ought to ensure that you keep the RoR constant, though you are free to choose your own value, rather than So, to summarise: Win-rate is good way to compare games, if you structure your bet ramps to maintain a fixed RoR. According to page 7 of this link Archive copy , a So I'm starting with the assumption that we are betting full Kelly. The second game has the better score. I think both these methods are not as rigid as SCORE so both can be used when considering same or different games with different bet ramps. What makes this measure so appealing is twofold: First it puts an absolute value on an hour's worth of play. Probably score to compare same or different games with different bet ramps would work for you because it can be personalized. So it appears risk vs reward should be considered. Can one say changing betting strategy makes the same game a better game? The Essential Elements The games you are comparing have to have some similar variables or you are comparing apples to oranges. Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts. I'm going to drop the "per hand" from here on, but it is assumed. It's the reason for the latter that I don't understand. We don't really care to understand how it affects us if our standard deviation changes. We still have to contend with SD. Log in Register. I've wondered the same thing before and your post has caused me to dig into this a little more. It has been used to compare same or different games using different bet ramps. We care how those factors interact to affect our hourly rate, give our risk tolerance. I want to say up front that I have not read anywhere close to all of the info in the references I'm listing. We see, immediately, from the charts exactly what our hourly "wages" will be. If one is concerned with the most return vs risk then the 2nd game is preferred. Hopefully I've answered your question, but if not, then I hope I've at least given you some food for thought. Search titles only. You must log in or register to reply here.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Forums New posts Search forums. New posts. London Colin said:. Is that all OK? That score then represents the win-rate that you can actually antcipate if you play in that manner. It seems you are being deliberately obtuse. For Crying Out Loud! Percentage-wise, that's no different than 28 vs. So: 10g bank hands an hour The games you are comparing have to have some similar variables or you are comparing apples to oranges. Kasi Well-Known Member Nov 17, Nynefingers Well-Known Member Nov 17, London Colin, I think I understand your question. What's new New posts New profile posts Latest activity. Search forums. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Which would you prefer to play? It automatically rolls the EV and SD for a given situation into one number that allows direct comparison of one game or one situation to another for the purpose of determining which opportunity will give us the best winrate for a given risk level. Any corrections or additional thoughts would be welcome And you can do that with any parameters you like, in terms of bankroll, bet ramp, etc. Search Advanced search…. I think I now see the source of my confusion. You're continuing to miss the point, I'm afraid. Game 2 when considering risk vs reward. Log in. Having digested the last few posts, I'll try and state what my current understanding is. If two DIs are given as, say, 7. So score can be used to compare same game bet ramps. I still live in hope that someone might respond to the question I actually asked, but I've given up any hope that it will be you. It's the first part, which I've highlighted in bold, that I have been asking about Any error? For correct Kelly betting, our bet size is directly proportional to our EV for each individual bet, so our average bet size should also be proportional to our average EV. With a predetermined acceptable RoR, those things will cause us to change our bet sizing to match our risk tolerance. More generally, hourly winrate at a I assume the formula isn't nearly so simple for hourly winrate at other risk levels, which probably makes Regardless, our primary goal is to maximize our winrate for a given RoR, so creating a good way of comparing winrates is really what matters. Second, and this is crucial, it relates more realistically the comparisons we are trying to establish between games and conditions. Let's see if we can complicate things. I guess not. Your Most Welcome! Here's a quote from BJA3 - First it puts an absolute value on an hour's worth of play. I'm going to take a stab at it, coming from a completely different direction than the previous replies. Could anyone clarify this for me? All that said, the constants we use for hands per hour and for bankroll are really irrelavant, although for the sake of getting numbers that have some meaning to us, it helps if we use a large enough constant to bring the formula's output up to a range we can easily think about. Eureka I think Thanks very much everyone.