JenSu
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Mission146
May 17th, 2021 at 7:08:02 AM permalink
Trying to figure out how much of an increase in odds you'd have if you knew the cards of the other players, or at least, the strategy of other players.

For example, if you knew everyone was only playing Q 6 4 or higher, you could deduce at a 4 person table where everyone folds and it's your turn to decide, that the dealer has a higher chance of having a winning hand.

In this example, would you maybe not decide to play your low hand (like Q 6 4) because the dealer is more likely to have a high card?

I'm not sure if knowing this would shift the odds enough to affect your decision making.

I'd be really interested if someone could walk me through working this out.
teliot
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May 17th, 2021 at 8:41:06 AM permalink
I mention 3CP here and answer your question:

https://www.888casino.com/blog/apheat/collusion-101
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ssho88
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May 17th, 2021 at 9:34:54 AM permalink
There are 3CP calculator(combination analysis) that can calculate ev of any given hand based on all seen cards(other players) and dealer's hole cards( if any !)

see image below

https://ibb.co/Vjf8Lc4
teliot
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May 17th, 2021 at 9:46:19 AM permalink
Quote: ssho88

There are 3CP calculator(combination analysis) that can calculate ev of any given hand based on all seen cards(other players) and dealer's hole cards( if any !)

see image below

https://ibb.co/Vjf8Lc4

excellent.
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ssho88
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May 17th, 2021 at 10:04:47 AM permalink
Quote: teliot

excellent.



Just a small program, no big deal.

Anyway, thank you for your compliment.

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