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My follow up question would be that the simulations Wizard ran comparing CSM to various penetration deck games may conflate this particular effect with the effect noted above of BS play not always being optimal as the TC fluctuates. It is simple and allows people to grasp the cut card effect. The race is not always to the swift, nor the battle to the strong; but that is the way to bet. However, if the dealer deals out much more than the average number of hands in a cut card game, then the last hands tend to be very bad for the player. More often than not, but not always. But it uses an extreme case, a single deck, to do so. If you compare these two hypothetical games, you can see that, counter ha ha -intuitively, the CSM game will be the better play, because the 6-card game will have a lower average T. Dog Hand. This explanation for the HE discrepancy makes perfect sense to me. Per the CCE, this might be an overall advantage, but it would not be a style most people would be comfortable playing, imho. Most Active Forum Threads Down and out with the Rectangle inscribed in Easy math puzzles Coronavirus math How did you choose{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Naturally, the True Count at the start of round 1 is precisely zero. Last edited by: unJon on Aug 31, Joined: Feb 21, Threads: 34 Posts: I don't have an answer, but I am also confused by the "cut card effect. Those better at math and with more familiarity with this issue, would love to hear you weigh in. I understand that if you happen to play a cut card shoe that has an above average number of hands played, then the last few hands are player bad. Clearly, it will be negative for this penetration. It would also stop you from playing highly favorable ones. And you would not play the ends of shoes that are neutral. Joined: Sep 24, Threads: 1 Posts: Thanks for this post from:. Recommended online casinos. RSS Feed. It would be interesting to disaggregate those two effects. The rationale is described as a shoe plays sort of to a fixed number of cards until the cut card is reached and the current round is then finished. Say you're playing one spot head's-up on a single-deck game where the dealer places the CC precisely six cards from the front of the deck. Hope this helps! This was a very clear and easy to follow example. The latter has an off the chart HE in rounds 8 and 9. September 1st, at AM permalink. Dog Head, Thank you for taking the time to respond. And those certain shoes have something in common, they were player friendly in early rounds! In every other case, the TC will be negative when round 2 is dealt, since every other pat hand uses at least one big card and no small cards. If there are small cards dealt, we will end up with hands with many cards. If you or the dealer or both of you draw any cards, then the CC will appear and she won't deal a second round. This is because in the early hands the players and dealer didn't hit much, which in turn is because lots of large cards came out, leaving more small cards for later in the shoe. But what I think that chart fails to account for is that you only get to round 8 and 9 in certain shoes. Now, if you and the dealer both have pat hands, or if at least one of you has a BJ, then she'll deal a second round. In this case, the average T. Joined: Jul 1, Threads: 13 Posts: August 31st, at AM permalink. In a shoe game, the TC fluctuates up and down around zero, during those fluctuations, BS is not necessarily the correct strategy as it ignores index plays. And we know that a deck with few high cards left is bad for the player. She burns card 1, then deals card 2 to you, 3 to herself, 4 to you, and 5 to herself. But, I think each of the explanations in the links fails to account for the lower HE the player experienced in those instances. Pay 'paper! {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}If there are many high cards e. When the dealer actually deals a second round, what will the HiLo T. Note below I am assuming the player is not counting cards, which I get mitigates the cut card effect. It purports to show the HE of two games, one dealt for a fixed number of 8 rounds and one dealt to a fixed penetration cut card that tends to give rounds. August 31st, at PM permalink. The problem is that these extra rounds will be dealt from a deck with fewer high cards because they have been used up. You have to count to know. I get the effect. So, what is the average T. So, if we are dealing to a fixed point, and we are dealt a lot of large cards, then we will use fewer cards per round and get an extra round or two. The TC for a shoe is more likely to be large, positive or negative, towards the end of a shoe. So in theory, the BS player is not minimizing the HE. Because you only got to play the extra hands due to having a ten rich early part of the shoe. The most it will be is zero: for example, you get a BJ and the dealer has two small cards or, sadly, vice versa , or both you and the dealer are dealt pat 17's consisting of an 8 and a 9. Joined: Jul 9, Threads: 19 Posts: The TC for a shoe is more likely to be large, positive or negative, towards the end of a shoe if it strays far from zero.