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Crazy Card game thought

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by babs7262, Aug 10, 2008.

    Aug 10, 2008
  1. babs7262

    babs7262 Banned User

    On Disability,p/t online slots reviewer
    I dont know where or why I think of such crazy things but Ive always been one to ask even if it sounds crazy because you never know. You throw enough shit on the wall and something is bound to stick

    Do you know when you go to a B&M and play cards how the dealers show all the cards on the table before putting them in the shoe? (that was rhetorical)

    I was thinkng, even know online cards dont have live dealers persay unless its one of those live dealer casinos. Couldnt there be a software to show the cards spread out virtually and then put in the shoe so we could see the cards and how many decks just like the real casinos? That way it would seem more fair and players may feel better about the hands their playing

    Would that be too impossible? Im just curious
  2. Aug 10, 2008

    NASHVEGAS Banned User - flamming, disrespecting admin,

    In online BJ, all the cards are reshuffled after each hand.

    Graphically, I assume anything is possible but fairness or expectation at least in BJ can be calculated but even then (assuming, well you know), the software programmers/casinos get the benefit of skewed results being within expectation and/or fair as long as the the results are within what is considered the fair amount of standard deviation(s). Secondly, they have the defense of the sample never being large enough to consider the results unfair. If a BJ game should have an expected RTP of 99.4% assuming played with proper basic strategy, but the house actually had a RTP of 99.0% over time, then the house may or may not be cheating but almost impossible to prove as believe it or not I read that probably less than 2% of BJ players even know proper BJ basic strategy (I think I read this at the Bear Growls website and was based on BandM observations. I would think that more online players would know proper BJ basic strategy than the tourist ploppies but still less than 2% even in a BandM is mind boggling).

    As for feel, see above:lolup:;):lolup:
    Last edited: Aug 10, 2008
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