What on earth would bots at the table have changed?

I've played a lot of those evolution online live dealer games and never suspected foul play.

Someone will be along to estimate the odds, shortly. Are you SURE you had no splits or doubles? If you did, how are you counting them?

You didn't think anything was unusual when you were winning? Did you think that you had an edge? Blackjack isn't a game where you win-lose, win, lose, win lose. Sometimes you win more and sometimes the house does. But you will remember the bad extremes. Simple as that.Quote:Sacke86...as I was a constant winner till then and maybe a threat for them. ...whatever strategy I've tried to apply, like they was forcing me to lose, that's what I felt.

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Thanks. I.e. not even mildly unusual.Quote:unJonSo roundish numbers you have a 42% chance of winning a BJ hand. Rest is losses and pushes. You played 30 hands so can expect to win 12.6 hands. Standard deviation of 1.15 times sqrt(30) gives you 6.3 hands standard deviation. So you’re winning six hands Means you were all of about 1.05 standard deviations off.

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OP has played about 3000 hands. He can expect to see far FAR more notable events.

Quote:unJonSo roundish numbers you have a 42% chance of winning a BJ hand. Rest is losses and pushes. You played 30 hands so can expect to win 12.6 hands. Standard deviation of 1.15 times sqrt(30) gives you 6.3 hands standard deviation. So you’re winning six hands Means you were all of about 1.05 standard deviations off.

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Would do a lot better with Bac

Quote:OnceDearYou were unlucky. That's all. If any other outcome had occurred, you wouldn't have given it a second thought.

What on earth would bots at the table have changed?

I've played a lot of those evolution online live dealer games and never suspected foul play.

Someone will be along to estimate the odds, shortly. Are you SURE you had no splits or doubles? If you did, how are you counting them?

I want to correct you. You were (MOST LIKELY) unlucky. It is an online casino. He (possibly) could have been scammed. But of course, the data he provided happens so frequently as to not warrant any further discussion.