If you're using a progression on the come bets in anticipation of a 7 wiping out previous come bets why not be a DP/DC player?

Classic. Did Gauss and Euler ever hit the casinos? If not, their mathematical contributions don’t applyQuote:tuttigym

Did Markov ever gamble, i.e., craps?

Quote:unJonSpeaking for myself, I make coke bets

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what is the greatest no. of kilos of cocaine you have ever won_____?????

sorry, I couldn't resist_____________________________________(~:\

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Borderline trolling of Alan. Pointing at that saga seems geared to embarrass Alan, or to have him embarrass himself.Quote:WizardPosts illustrating Alan's stubborn misunderstanding of probability in the two dice problem have been moved to Two Dice Puzzle -- Part Trois.

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Wizard is currently suspended for three days for personal insult, so I propose we leave it at that.

hahaha. NiceQuote:lilredroosterQuote:unJonSpeaking for myself, I make coke bets

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what is the greatest no. of kilos of cocaine you have ever won_____?????

sorry, I couldn't resist_____________________________________(~:\

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Quote:Ace2Classic. Did Gauss and Euler ever hit the casinos? If not, their mathematical contributions don’t applyQuote:tuttigym

Did Markov ever gamble, i.e., craps?

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Yes, but they were tourists and could not figure anything out nor could they produce consecutive winning hands.

8-9 rolls doesn't seem to be a "per session" stat. But I can't find where you say the size of a session eitherQuote:WizardI ran a simulation of over 32 billion session using the Three-Point Molly. I assume 3-4-5x odds and the player turns off the odds on come bets on a come out roll. Here are some results:

Average rolls per session = 8.525470

I know what 'winning a point' means but I am confounded by not seeing any -4 or greater stats. Then again I don't know how you are defining a sessionQuote:WizardIn other news, here is the net number of points the player can expect to win. This only counts fully winning, including the odds. Winning a come bet with the odds turned off on a come-out roll does not count.

Net Points Won Probability -3 0.114039 -2 0.236719 -1 0.356293 0 0.113150 1 0.066998 2 0.041946 3 0.026353 4 0.016556 5 0.010399 6 0.006530 7 0.004101 8 0.002574 9 0.001616 10 0.001015 11 0.000637 12 0.000400 13 0.000251 14 0.000158 15 0.000099 16 0.000062 17 0.000039 18 0.000024 19 0.000015 20 0.000010 21 0.000006 22 0.000004 23 0.000002 24 0.000002 25+ 0.000003 Total 1.000000

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Quote:odiousgambit8-9 rolls doesn't seem to be a "per session" stat. But I can't find where you say the size of a session eitherQuote:WizardI ran a simulation of over 32 billion session using the Three-Point Molly. I assume 3-4-5x odds and the player turns off the odds on come bets on a come out roll. Here are some results:

Average rolls per session = 8.525470I know what 'winning a point' means but I am confounded by not seeing any -4 or greater stats. Then again I don't know how you are defining a sessionQuote:WizardIn other news, here is the net number of points the player can expect to win. This only counts fully winning, including the odds. Winning a come bet with the odds turned off on a come-out roll does not count.

Net Points Won Probability -3 0.114039 -2 0.236719 -1 0.356293 0 0.113150 1 0.066998 2 0.041946 3 0.026353 4 0.016556 5 0.010399 6 0.006530 7 0.004101 8 0.002574 9 0.001616 10 0.001015 11 0.000637 12 0.000400 13 0.000251 14 0.000158 15 0.000099 16 0.000062 17 0.000039 18 0.000024 19 0.000015 20 0.000010 21 0.000006 22 0.000004 23 0.000002 24 0.000002 25+ 0.000003 Total 1.000000

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Looks like a “session” is one shooter. Until a seven out.

That can be called a "hand" ... if that is what it is, a hand can only have one failed attempt on a point, or what am I missing? oh, wait, a 7-out can cause 3 simultaneous losses ... but not 4 in a 3 pt mollyQuote:unJon

Looks like a “session” is one shooter. Until a seven out.

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if a casino offers 10 times odds and a player wants to bet $110 when a pass line bet is available___________

the best he can do in percentage terms is to bet $10 pass and $100 free odds on the point

no other combination of bets - assuming the same dollar amount is bet - can match that in the long run

players don't do that because it's not a fun way to play

so obviously, although making good percentage bets are a consideration for many, a major consideration for almost all players is to play in a way that is enjoyable for them

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