milkyway16
milkyway16
Joined: Apr 4, 2016
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April 4th, 2016 at 10:00:17 PM permalink
I love this game. The dealer has a card showing improving my chance of making a bet or fold. But im not entirely fooled. With the percentages of getting a hand based of the total amount of possible hands and the statitistical odds theory in mind i play with ease. Here s a general betting winning amount. Dealer roughly makes five hands with no qualifying hand. U bet five bucks you win 25. U at 125$. Next dealer wins with four hands beating urs irregardless of ur qualifying hand or u getting a pair plus or better. U down to 85$. Now the dealer gets a hand that is pair plus or better beating urs. 75$. I guess if u at 125 u should leave. Basic rough estimation of how the game works...

EDIT: copied from duplicate thread which has been removed.

Quote: milkyway16

Three major components to keep in mind. The dealer qualifying not qualifying and the dealer getting a pair or better. Roughly 2 out ten hand dealer will get at least a pair. Three other hands qualifying beating your hand and the dealer getting no qualifying hand.

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Zcore13
Zcore13
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April 4th, 2016 at 10:02:38 PM permalink
Quote: milkyway16

I love this game. The dealer has a card showing improving my chance of making a bet or fold. But im not entirely fooled. With the percentages of getting a hand based of the total amount of possible hands and the statitistical odds theory in mind i play with ease. Here s a general betting winning amount. Dealer roughly makes five hands with no qualifying hand. U bet five bucks you win 25. U at 125$. Next dealer wins with four hands beating urs irregardless of ur qualifying hand or u getting a pair plus or better. U down to 85$. Now the dealer gets a hand that is pair plus or better beating urs. 75$. I guess if u at 125 u should leave. Basic rough estimation of how the game works...



Thank you.

ZCore13
I am an employee of a Casino. Former Table Games Director,, current Pit Supervisor. All the personal opinions I post are my own and do not represent the opinions of the Casino or Tribe that I work for.

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