December 23rd, 2016 at 2:00:59 PM
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Hi

Are the 25000 shoe result presented on the link below from a continuous shuffle ?

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I would like to have one million baccarat result from a continuous shuffle algorithm

Best Regards

And happy Christmas

Are the 25000 shoe result presented on the link below from a continuous shuffle ?

/games/baccarat/basics/

g[/img]

I would like to have one million baccarat result from a continuous shuffle algorithm

Best Regards

And happy Christmas

December 23rd, 2016 at 2:13:10 PM
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Quote:GanjamanHi

Are the 25000 shoe result presented on the link below from a continuous shuffle ?

/games/baccarat/basics/

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I would like to have one million baccarat result from a continuous shuffle algorithm

Best Regards

And happy Christmas

Hi GanjaMan,

Welcome to the forum

I cannot answer your question, But I could supply said random extract at a pinch.

What do you propose to do with it? Investigate some 'system'?

Beware. The earth is NOT flat.
Hit and run is not a winning strategy:
Pressing into trends IS not a winning strategy:
Progressives are not a winning strategy:
Don't Buy It! .Don't even take it for free.

December 23rd, 2016 at 2:24:32 PM
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Thank you for your answer

Yes I need to use it to test a system ,

Yes I need to use it to test a system ,

December 23rd, 2016 at 3:39:52 PM
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What do you mean by "continuous shuffle"? Do you mean using a Continuous Shuffle Machine?

If so, then "shoes" is a meaningless term, as the cards are fed back into the machine long before there is any significant penetration.

I am assuming that any random listing of shoes is going through an entire shoe of 6 or 8 decks, so your answer is most likely "no, they are not continuous shuffle."

If so, then "shoes" is a meaningless term, as the cards are fed back into the machine long before there is any significant penetration.

I am assuming that any random listing of shoes is going through an entire shoe of 6 or 8 decks, so your answer is most likely "no, they are not continuous shuffle."

December 23rd, 2016 at 4:11:24 PM
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OK thanks ,

do you know how much is the difference in standard deviation and house edge between a shoe condition and continuous shuffling

condition over 1 000 000 hands ?

do you know how much is the difference in standard deviation and house edge between a shoe condition and continuous shuffling

condition over 1 000 000 hands ?

December 23rd, 2016 at 5:45:09 PM
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I have run simulations on win probabilities at various points in a shoe, and if there is a change in house edge at any point, it is negligible, so I would assume that there is no difference between a shoe and CSM unless you're into counting, in which case it has to be calculated on a shoe-by-shoe basis.