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Hence the average bet at this level (remember, many of the bets are zero, when the deck is bad) will be .2377 per cent of $10,000, or $23.77.

To find the average earning i must first determine how often the deck is favorable. On page 91 i find the normal curve area to the right of z = .54 is .5000 - .2054 = .2946 which is also the fraction of the 130 card remainders that are favorable to the player. (Note that the average bet, when one is made, is $23.77/.2946 = $80.69, although this number plays no role in our calculations.) The average earning will be given by the formula
m X average perceived advantage + b2 X probability of favorable deck Plugging in our figures i crank out an average profit of -.70 X .2377 + (1.28)2 X .2946 = .3163 which is in percent of percent of our bankroll. Thus our average earning per hand is $.32. Our percentage advantage on money invested would be .32/23.77 - 1.33%.

What is a trifle unrealistic here is the notion that the player can diagnose his advantage perfectly. if a card counting system with betting correlation p = .96 ire used, i would multiply the original value of b by p and get a revised b = 1.28 X .96 = 1.23 and repeat the calculations, getting:
z = .70 = .571.23 1770 from page 87 1770 X 1.23 = .21771%), giving an average bet of $21.77

Area to the right of z = .57 from page 91 is .5000 - .2157 _ .2843
Average earning of -.70 X .2177 + (1.23)z X .2843 = .2777 (% of %), or $.28 with a percentage advantage on money bet of .28/21.77 = 1.28%
Naturally, to assess total performance throughout the shoe one would repeat these calculations for various values of n one expected to encounter, and not just for n = 130.

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