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The coefficients, i - P(i), shrink rapidly and a very satisfactory estimate of E(J) for J > 3 could be achieved by extrapolation from the calculated value of E(2). To do this i introduce an artificial E(1) (without any reference to pair splitting), as the iighted average expectation of the hands (8,A) (8,2)... (8,7), (8,9),(8,T). These expectations would already be available from the general Online Blackjack Games program and provide us with the base point for our extrapolation. For infinite decks all E(i) would, of course, be the same.

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