I noticed on the table in the Wizard's analysis of this new game at the Golden Nugget, that the probability of getting two suited cards to win the "Pair or Suited" side bet is .232278.
Isn't the correct probability .235294, a.k.a., (12/51)? Once you are dealt the first card from a 52 card deck, your odds of getting a matching suit for the second will be the 12 remaining suited cards, divided by the 51 total cards that remain. I am not sure where .232278 comes from. It's a small difference, but what am I missing?
Please keep in mind that I took the easy route with that page and based it on the math report by Stanley Ko. It takes a lot of time to analyze poker-based games myself, so looked at it as reinventing the wheel. I will add a link to the Discount Gambling strategy.
For my odds site I try to stick to the facts as much as I can. The rest may be interested to know that Nareed was watching me play over my shoulder, as I think I went about 2-20 at that game.