ksdjdj
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April 19th, 2022 at 2:13:06 PM permalink
Quote: teliot

This article gives the DI, variance & other info you can use to do the calculations for N0 and ROR.

https://www.888casino.com/blog/novelty-games/three-card-poker-hole-card-play-update-1
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I used to read a lot of your blogs/articles, but for the last few years I have been geo-blocked because Australia is pretty strict with accessing/using overseas betting sites.

Note 1: I even recently tried using a VPN, but that country must be geo-blocked as well.
Note 2: I don't like using Tor for these sorts of things anymore, mainly because it is so slow (at least on my connections).
Archie68
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April 19th, 2022 at 6:40:47 PM permalink
Thank you for the help.

I donít understand how the RoR calculator can work without knowing what is bet. Entering bankroll, edge, and SD makes sense, but is it assuming bet size is 1/100th of BR or something? Not sure how to use RoR without bet size.
ksdjdj
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April 19th, 2022 at 6:58:33 PM permalink
Quote: Archie68

Thank you for the help.

I donít understand how the RoR calculator can work without knowing what is bet. Entering bankroll, edge, and SD makes sense, but is it assuming bet size is 1/100th of BR or something? Not sure how to use RoR without bet size.
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If you are talking about the WoO one, then it is just based on "flat bet units", i think.
The example on the site says something like - Playing Video Poker with $5,000 bank and betting $1.25 per hand would = 4000 betting units.

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