stevem0
stevem0
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November 23rd, 2016 at 1:00:39 PM permalink
1st post here.

I am looking for an open source system in python or C++ to use the input from 250,000 shoes in the files located here:
wizzardofodds . com /games/baccarat/basics/#toc-Rules
wizardofodds . com /games/baccarat/simulation/bac-sim-25k-1.txt

Each of those csv files contains results for 25,000 shoes.

Does anyone know a program that is designed to use that data?

Thank You
ThatDonGuy
ThatDonGuy
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November 23rd, 2016 at 1:44:25 PM permalink
How would you expect such a "generic" set of code to work with your system's parameters?

The code has to be written specifically to match your conditions.
UCivan
UCivan
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November 23rd, 2016 at 1:49:16 PM permalink
+1. If load the data to excel, you could do tons of applications.
stevem0
stevem0
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November 23rd, 2016 at 2:37:44 PM permalink
I can modify python or C++ to match my system. But to write the whole thing from scratch is time consuming (especially if it is already written).

Yes, I do have my excel coded with macros to run one line at a time = one shoe at a time.

Go ahead and try to run macros in an excel file with 25,000 shoes of data.
start excel file calculations
go to bed
pc locked up next morning.
all work lost.
Excel is not what you want to use with a data array 90x 25000. (especially if desktop only has 4 or 8GB of memory)
UCivan
UCivan
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November 23rd, 2016 at 2:54:02 PM permalink
If U think this is a serious business, go get 32 GB or more GB. All gaming math experts have heavy duty computers / servers / cloud computing machines. Good luck.
stevem0
stevem0
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November 23rd, 2016 at 3:23:21 PM permalink
I do have powerful PCs
imgur . com /a/94vtS

CRYING OUT LOUD, JUST ASKING IF SOMEONE KNOWS OF OPEN SOURCE, NOT A STUPID ARGUMENT ABOUT EXCEL VS PYTHON.

A simple python code could crunch all 250,000 shoes in seconds. Excel with 32 GB would still be VERY SLOW.

wizard of odds says to post questions here.

I dont think he (wizard of odds) would have put those (250,000 shoes) files together unless he had a way to evaluate different betting systems.

So to my original question does anyone know of any code to that could zip thru these shoes? Even if it was programmed to just bet $20 on banker everytime, I could modify open source or just the python file.
UCivan
UCivan
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November 23rd, 2016 at 3:26:25 PM permalink
No arguments are stupid. All members are trying to help. Good luck.

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