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How many repeat combinations in Cash 5
My software is Gail Howard's Smart Luck. Google Smart Luck and it comes to the top of the search list. As far as Howard's software goes it's simply the software I chose to buy. It's no worse nor any better than any other. They all do pretty much the same thing. I enjoy using it... studying the numbers and learning about things like the repeating sets of five numbers is kind of my hobby. The thing about repeating sets of five numbers is that without software it's completely invisible to anybody.
Sep 12, 2022, 8:23 am - GiveFive - Mathematics Forum

Craps Pass Line With Odds Bet - Casino Advantage
Thanks Orange71, you make much more sense than the guy who tried to explain to me before -- granted he was a degenerate gambler and not one for mathematical precision. What I remember is 7/11 = automatic win, 2/3/12 = automatic loss, 4/5/6/8/9/10 = keep rolling till you either get your number or bust at 7, and also you have to hit the back wall. I worked out the probability of winning the pass line bet is 244/495, same as 7/495 = 140/99% house edge. Now it totally makes sense to put more of
Sep 7, 2022, 11:10 am - cottoneyedjoe - Mathematics Forum

Craps Pass Line With Odds Bet - Casino Advantage
I believe the majority of people playing this game (would it be ungracious to call them chumps?) make one or more of the many other possible bets that have a much greater casino advantage (some even 10%). They might as well be playing the lottery I presume that's why the casinos continue to offer the game. A whale (big-money gambler) coming up to a table betting \$10,000 at a time on a Pass Line then taking 100x odds bets (\$1M) would be a risky proposition for a casino. In case you're interes
Sep 7, 2022, 1:55 pm - Orange71 - Mathematics Forum

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