BJ at Peach Casino

CJack

Dormant account
Joined
May 12, 2004
Location
USA
In one session:

26 times I doubled my bet after a win

8 times I won
2 times were a tie
16 times I lost
Had one opportunity to double and lost

Not significant but I will now keep records
 

cipher

Banned member - being a jerk
Joined
May 15, 2002
Location
Visalia, California
CJack said:
In one session:

26 times I doubled my bet after a win

8 times I won
2 times were a tie
16 times I lost
Had one opportunity to double and lost

Not significant but I will now keep records
This doesn't surprise me at all Cjack. Over the last 10 day period of time, I've tracked and reviewed better than 250,000 hands. That's exactly the same percentages I'm getting on double downs and splits as well. Out of curiosity, what range of wagers have you been making? Have a good one.
 

caruso

Banned User - repetitive violations of 1.6 - troll
Joined
Jan 16, 2002
Location
England
CJack said:
Not significant but I will now keep records
No need to - click on "log viewer" and you'll find everything there. Crypto is extremely user-friendly when it comes to accessing play history.
 

DeMango

Dormant account
Joined
Mar 2, 2004
Location
Englewood, FL USA
Gentlemen and Ladies;
Let us get extremely serious for a second. Cipher if you have the reults of 250,000 hands of BJ with DD's lost over DD's won by a two to one margin we have undeniable proof of rigged games. If say out of that 250,000, eight percent are DD oportunities or 20,000 then surely in excess of 50% should be won probably around 60% (Math boys help me out!) The standard deviation of this (again help) by rough estimates are between -35 to -40sd's. This is of course impossible for a fair game. Your comments Please! And if these are true facts then we better start asking questions to the Wiz's, Owners, and Hucksters of these Software providors!
 

GrandMaster

Ueber Meister
CAG
Joined
Jan 21, 2004
Location
UK
If someone collects the numbers, I will analyze them. I need the total number hands, and the outcome of the doubles of initial hands (that is, not including splits) categorized by player's total and dealer's up card, e.g., 9 vs 4, won 40, push 5, lost 25, etc. I can then tell whether the number of double down opportunities is reasonable, and whether the outcomes are in line with expectations.
 

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