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The Logic of the Losing Shoe For those in the casino industry, especially for us surveillance folks, the words ‘losing shoe’ are all too familiar. A losing shoe is a period of play, normally lasting the length of one shoe of cards (which may be from one to as many decks as the shoe can … Continue reading The Logic Of The Losing Shoe
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Roulette – An Analysis Roulette is played by spinning a ball around a wheel. The wheel contains 37 to 38 numbered pockets from 0 to 36 for a 37-numbered wheel and 00 and 0 to 36 for a 38-numbered wheel. The winning number is decided by which numbered pocket the ball comes to rest on. … Continue reading Roulette – An Analysis
Sic-Bo is really popular in Asia. This game involves 3 dice in a tumbler or variant which is tumbled, with varying payments for specific combinations of the dice. There is an amazing way to calculate how many possible outcomes for a particular score from 3 six-sided dice there can be. This involves the use of … Continue reading Sic-Bo and Dice – An Analysis
Mean and Standard Deviation in Gaming In the previous post, we talked about the long term expectation of games derived from the probabilities of outcomes in casino games. How about measuring results in the short-term such as when the results of shoes or player activity appear inconsistent with the expected values? Let’s face it, they … Continue reading Understand Your Casino: Mean and Standard Deviation in Gaming
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