... when you get some UDDER great program that requires .NET version 37.gxyz? U gonna switch back and forth every time? (Upgrade! Downgrade! Yesiree! Raise a cheer for ol' Billy!) How bout a dual boot? How bout you flap yer wings and squawk like a chicken?
There's just noooooo excuse for this nonsense. You know there USED to be this thing called backward compatibility. Do you think Microsloth'll EVER get an OS that works more'n half the time?
Thanks for making available your BJCA to BJ community.
I used it a couple of times and I think it is great. But I am a little bit confused as to whether the probabilities are correct.
For example, in 6 deck game, if we have 7, 7 vs 8, the probability should be 0.00044 (0.044%) or (24/312)*(24/311)*(23/310). According to Strategies tab of MGP�s BJ CA Results Analysis, the number is 0.005725547142413. I can�t figure out what the meaning of this number is.
I could be at fault, or there could be an option I am not able to understand, or something else.
It will be very kind if you throw some light on this matter.
If you take 0.005725547142413 and divide it by [(24/312)*(24/311)*(23/310)] the answer is almost exactly 13 (to something like 12 digits). So suppose you already know dealer has an 8 up, now what's the probability you will get a pair of sevens? Answer: 0.0057225...
You are absolutely right. If we remove an 8 from a 6 deck pack, then the probability of getting a pair of 7s is (24/311)*(23/310) or 0.0057255471424126. This number coincides completely with MGP�s 0.005725547142413.