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Slowly in Multiple Decks
 

Isee that the last few cards of a multiple deck can be slightly more favorable for both betting and playing variations than the corresponding residue from a single deck. Hoiver, it must be kept in mind that such situations are averaged over the entire deck when assessing overall favorability. An interesting consequence of this is that even if one had the time to count down an infinite deck, it would do no good since the slightly spicier situations at the end would still average out to zero. When i recall that the basic multiple deck games are inherently less advantageous, the necessity of a very wide betting range must be recognized.

Absolute efficiencies of card counting systems will decrease mildly, perhaps by three per cent for four decks. Since this decrease will generally be uniform over most aspects of the games, relative standings of different systems should not differ appreciably from those quoted
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