Guest CarlosM Posted November 29, 2007 Report Share Posted November 29, 2007 This just dawned on me this morning. After many years of playing, at home, watching, that there are 2 kinds of third base games. One is when the game is random, the other is clumped. That I have always known. But, I have noticed that we can have games where the sign wave is choppy. We see 1 or 2 high rounds in a row and mostly 1 and occasionaly 2 low rounds in a row if at all but, we are not seeing any or very few rounds that are neutral tens ratio (30% tens) or neutral rounds ( there are as many highs as there are lows, 50/50 in a round). So, that game is great for third base because of the sign wave but, it is not random because the game contains all or mostly high and low rounds and no or few neutral, random rounds. The second type of third base game has many neutral Tens/high to low cards rounds and also the sign wave is choppy as in above third base game type. We know that a first base/advantage betting game type will have several low and high rounds in a row and the shoe will have all or mostly these rounds and no or few neutral Tens/high card rounds because if we see several low and high rounds in a row, that will take up most or all of the shoe so, there will be no or little room left in that shoe for neutral Tens/high card rounds. I love this game! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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