1. Can you figure out if you are playing a strong game by your win/loss record after like just say 30 sessions? Just say for example if you won 24 out of 30 sessions it would be very unlikey if not impossible if you weren't playing with an edge.
2. Is the variance lower in pitch games then shoe? In blackbelt in BJ Snyder writes that you can get a 2% advantage with a 1-12 spread in a 6 deck game w/ DAS, S17, LS with 1 deck cutoff but a lot of people here would rather play a pitch with a lower win rate. Do you get to the long run quicker with a poorer pitch game or are the streaks not as big?