To take the value of a card-counting system further, we need to know exactly how much each card is worth. To determine this, we simulate a benchmark single-deck game using the basic strategy. As mentioned in Chapter 2, we come up with an expectation of -0.02%.
We then simulate the same basic strategy in a single-deck game that has one card removed, for example a 2, and note the resulting expectation of +0.38%. Comparing the expectation of the two games gives us a measure of how valuable the
It looks like a now qualify for my own blog.
This is so cool because I have been waiting forever to make some postings.
Anyhow, it is Friday night and I am heading out of the door, but I shall return with some cool stuff to talk (or write) about!
Cheers and have a good weekend.