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mtcards
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July 5th, 2019 at 12:24:50 PM permalink
Spanish 21 and one 21+3 blackjack
Kriss Kross Poker
Ultimate Texas Holdem
High Card Flush
Three Card Poker
Pai Gow Poker
Mississippi Stud

I personally love the variety. Seems like so many casinos are going to the same games now.
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July 5th, 2019 at 1:52:55 PM permalink
6 BJ tables with side bets available
1 Ultimate Texas Holdem
1 Three Card poker
Living longer does not always infer +EV
Gialmere
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July 5th, 2019 at 2:15:08 PM permalink
Quote: DRich

6 BJ tables with side bets available


3/2 or 6/5?
Have you tried 22 tonight? I said 22.
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July 5th, 2019 at 2:39:53 PM permalink
4 blackjack, two are 25 dollar min. The two lower limits are continuous shuffle, 25+s are double deck pitch. One pai gow poker, two three card, one UTH.

I'd also never bar any player but probably have a 1000 limit. Skilled APs are few and far between and itll get the word out. The player edge even in a high count is not enough to sweat. It doesn't happen that often and itll be taken care of by the higher than normal traffic
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July 5th, 2019 at 5:44:00 PM permalink
Quote: mtcards

Spanish 21 and one 21+3 blackjack
Kriss Kross Poker
Ultimate Texas Holdem
High Card Flush
Three Card Poker
Pai Gow Poker
Mississippi Stud

I personally love the variety. Seems like so many casinos are going to the same games now.



You would get fired pretty quickly with only 2 BJ tables.


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July 5th, 2019 at 6:44:26 PM permalink
Logic Puzzle [I've never actually built a logic puzzle before so this one is pretty easy.]

You're in charge of setting up a new casino. The owners have purchased and delivered 8 table games: Big 6 Wheel, Craps, Roulette, Spanish 21, Three Card Poker, Sic Bo, Super Fun 21 and Ultimate Texas Hold'em. The live game pit is to be in the shape of an octagon with each game making a side. The side facing the front door is table #1 and the rest are numbered in a clockwise order. The owners, however, like puzzles and give you these cryptic instructions on how to set the tables up...

1) Place the craps table one position clockwise from 3CP but not next to B6.

2) The two poker type games shall neither be placed next to each other nor next to a blackjack type game.

3) Spanish 21 and Roulette shall be placed at opposite ends of the pit.

4) Place the Sic Bo table as far from the front as possible.


Can you set up the pit as they requested?
Table #1=
Table #2=
Table #3=
Table #4=
Table #5=
Table #6=
Table #7=
Table #8=

Have you tried 22 tonight? I said 22.
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July 5th, 2019 at 11:12:37 PM permalink
Quote: Gialmere

Logic Puzzle [I've never actually built a logic puzzle before so this one is pretty easy.]

You're in charge of setting up a new casino. The owners have purchased and delivered 8 table games: Big 6 Wheel, Craps, Roulette, Spanish 21, Three Card Poker, Sic Bo, Super Fun 21 and Ultimate Texas Hold'em. The live game pit is to be in the shape of an octagon with each game making a side. The side facing the front door is table #1 and the rest are numbered in a clockwise order. The owners, however, like puzzles and give you these cryptic instructions on how to set the tables up...

1) Place the craps table one position clockwise from 3CP but not next to B6.

2) The two poker type games shall neither be placed next to each other nor next to a blackjack type game.

3) Spanish 21 and Roulette shall be placed at opposite ends of the pit.

4) Place the Sic Bo table as far from the front as possible.


Can you set up the pit as they requested?



Think there are at least 2 correct answers, but here's one:

Table #1=Craps
Table #2=superfun 21
Table #3=BIG 6 Wheel
Table #4=SPANISH 21
Table #5= Sic bo
Table #6=UTH
Table #7=roulette
Table #8=3CP


If the House lost every hand, they wouldn't deal the game.
Gialmere
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July 5th, 2019 at 11:22:22 PM permalink
Sorry. No. Note instruction #3. I suppose I should have clearly stated "directly oppisite". Apologies. As I said, I'm new at this.
Have you tried 22 tonight? I said 22.
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July 8th, 2019 at 11:59:58 AM permalink
I have assumed position 1 is not considered one round from position 8.

The logic I used started with looking at poker games and BJ games, called P and B here...
R2: could be (starting any where)
-P-B-P-B (have P and B alternate)
-P-P-BB- (have PPBB, PP can't be adjacent, the B's can be in any two of last four positions)
-P-P-B-B
-P-P--BB

R3: cannot be -P-B-P-B or -P-P-B-B as R needs to be opposite one of the B's (Sp21)
R3: gives R between the poker tables,
-PRP-?B? where one of the ? is a Blackjack

R1: gives Craps one posn clockwise from 3CP.
This gives - UTH R 3CP Craps ? Sp21 ? where either ? is a BJ.

R1: Craps ? Sp21, the ? cannot be Big6.

R4: merely says that Sic Bo shall be in position 5, with everything else shuffled round. Thus I don't know whether this says that 3CP can't be in poisition 8 with Craps in position 1. If so this gives a unique solution...
- UTH R 3CP Craps ? Sp21 SicBo (where 3CP is at position1 and Craps at position 2)

R2:
Big6 UTH R 3CP Craps SF21 Sp21 SicBo shuffled so SicBo is in position 5.

Assuming 8 and 1 isn't allowed, I got
1 = 3CP (Poker)
2 = Craps
3 = Super Fun 21 (BJ)
4 = Spanish 21 (BJ)
5 = Sic Bo
6 = Big 6
7 = UTH (Poker)
8 = Roulette
I got the positions of Sic Bo and Big 6 could be interchanged and everything shuffled one position if Craps could be in position 1 with 3CP in position 8. Hence the above question and assumption to get a unique answer.
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July 8th, 2019 at 12:31:56 PM permalink
Quote: Gialmere

Sorry. No. Note instruction #3. I suppose I should have clearly stated "directly oppisite". Apologies. As I said, I'm new at this.



No apology necessary. I understood the instructions - had those 2 lined up correctly at one point, and moved them. My error, not yours.

I thought instructions 2 and 3 were mutually exclusive, but they're not: there's an out. Revised solution below.

Table #1=Craps
Table #2=superfun 21
Table #3=Spanish 21
Table #4=Big 6 wheel
Table #5= Sic bo
Table #6=UTH
Table #7=roulette
Table #8=3CP
If the House lost every hand, they wouldn't deal the game.

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