My strategy is ahead about $50,000 after about 298,000 computer-simulated hands, betting $100/hand. Would most of you all feel reasonable confident that I am on to something here?
But, my strategy is down about $136,000 after 623,000 computer-simulated hands. Is this fairly common? Just a negative swing? An indicator that the house still has an edge, albeit quite small. Perhaps if I change the # of decks, etc., I will have the edge.
Without breaking rules of this forum, can someone let me know (perhaps by direct e-mail) of software that can run more than 25,000 hands at a time - which is what I am currently using with bjsim.com?