ponyboy
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October 19th, 2011 at 4:36:59 AM permalink
WHAT IS THE DEALERS ADVANTAGE IF;

blackjack pays 2:1
dealer 22 is a push

i cant find a advantage calculator anywhere that allows me to input for these
miplet
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October 19th, 2011 at 5:09:53 AM permalink
From http://wizardofodds.com/blackjack/rule-variations.html Change in player return.
blackjack pays 2:1 +2.27%
dealer 22 is a push -6.91%
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ponyboy
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October 19th, 2011 at 6:09:27 AM permalink
Quote: miplet

From http://wizardofodds.com/blackjack/rule-variations.html Change in player return.
blackjack pays 2:1 +2.27%
dealer 22 is a push -6.91%



so playing by these rules adds -4.64% to the existing game?
ponyboy
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October 19th, 2011 at 6:19:00 AM permalink
Quote: ponyboy

Quote: miplet

From http://wizardofodds.com/blackjack/rule-variations.html Change in player return.
blackjack pays 2:1 +2.27%
dealer 22 is a push -6.91%



so playing by these rules adds -4.64% to the existing game?



playing by my standard rules added to my new 22 push and 2:1 blackjacks, im playing a single deck game with a -4.36% house edge.
Doc
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October 19th, 2011 at 7:47:40 AM permalink
Quote: ponyboy

...playing by my standard rules added to my new 22 push and 2:1 blackjacks, im playing a single deck game with a -4.36% house edge.



Read carefully -- one of you is saying "HE" while the other is saying "player return". I think that has caused an error in adding the + and - percentages.
rdw4potus
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October 19th, 2011 at 10:19:07 AM permalink
Quote: ponyboy

Quote: ponyboy

Quote: miplet

From http://wizardofodds.com/blackjack/rule-variations.html Change in player return.
blackjack pays 2:1 +2.27%
dealer 22 is a push -6.91%



so playing by these rules adds -4.64% to the existing game?



playing by my standard rules added to my new 22 push and 2:1 blackjacks, im playing a single deck game with a -4.36% house edge.



The house advantage would be about 5% - about 0.4% for the regular BJ rules, and about 4.6% for your adjustments.
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ponyboy
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October 20th, 2011 at 1:18:00 AM permalink
Quote: rdw4potus

Quote: ponyboy

Quote: ponyboy

Quote: miplet

From http://wizardofodds.com/blackjack/rule-variations.html Change in player return.
blackjack pays 2:1 +2.27%
dealer 22 is a push -6.91%



so playing by these rules adds -4.64% to the existing game?



playing by my standard rules added to my new 22 push and 2:1 blackjacks, im playing a single deck game with a -4.36% house edge.



The house advantage would be about 5% - about 0.4% for the regular BJ rules, and about 4.6% for your adjustments.



ok sweet, even better
Doc
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October 20th, 2011 at 5:26:36 AM permalink
Quote: ponyboy

Quote: rdw4potus

Quote: ponyboy

Quote: ponyboy

Quote: miplet

From http://wizardofodds.com/blackjack/rule-variations.html Change in player return.
blackjack pays 2:1 +2.27%
dealer 22 is a push -6.91%



so playing by these rules adds -4.64% to the existing game?



playing by my standard rules added to my new 22 push and 2:1 blackjacks, im playing a single deck game with a -4.36% house edge.



The house advantage would be about 5% - about 0.4% for the regular BJ rules, and about 4.6% for your adjustments.



ok sweet, even better


Uh... you do understand, don't you, that between your posts the supposed figure changed from a negative 4.36% house edge to a positive 5% house edge, right? That is what I meant in my earlier post about reading carefully and problems with the +/- addition.

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