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Random means that the cards have no identifiable pattern and you are unable to predict (expect) any cards.

Dirty clumps usually mean long runs of predominantly high cards with an occasional low card. It must be a consistent pattern for it to be considered dirty clumps. For instance of 10 cards you see a low card in predominantly high cards. The only way that it is predictable is if you see it a few times. You can only temper your bets and card play decisions on the fact that it may be a dirty clump and that the card that you feel may come may be interrupted by a "low card so adjust your card play, double decision based on the fact that you are seeing dirty clumps. Be cautious not to see things that you cannot predict without a certain amount of accuracy.

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Random means that the cards have no identifiable pattern and you are unable to predict (expect) any cards.

It must be a consistent pattern for it to be considered dirty clumps. For instance of 10 cards you see a low card in predominantly high cards.

Hi, Keith,

Thank you of taking time to reply. I appreciate that greatly.

I'm making up a pattern (from majority of time I see) as follows:

8 9 7 Q 10 5 6 (presume these are 7 players' 1st card) then J (dealer's up),

2 4 10 K 7 9 2 (these are 7 players' 2nd card). When you see them in one shot: 8 9 7 Q 10 5 6 J 2 4 10 K 7 9 2, (next is the hole card).

Is the above pattern random ?? If not, what pattern is it ?

For me, I see 10 follows 10, Hi follows Hi, L follows L (although they stop quick or switch direction), it still O.K. to tell once you see a Hi, the next one most likely be Hi, (not zipper) but perhaps not the 3rd card. Do you consider this prediction reliable ?

When you said 10 cards you see a low card in predominantly high cards. Do you mean after you see 10 Hi then comes a low ? Or the one low is mixed among the 10 Hi. (Such as 9 8 7 9 2 10 Q 9 8 10 J).

I would like to see some illustrated samples, even if they are made up.

Zenwin.

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