Pando Posted January 7, 2016 Report Share Posted January 7, 2016 Hi everyone I have examined my data for about 200 shoes (pre-shuffled) from SkyCity in Auckland, New Zealand (I am currently an S40M1 player as this method best suits shoes I commonly encounter) My records tell me a lot about the streaky nature of the shoes as follows; From the 202 Shoes (which had at least 1 x 4IAR) that I examined, 8 Shoes had only 1 x 4IAR or more (4% of all shoes) 27 Shoes had 2 x 4IAR or more (13% of all shoes) 58 Shoes had 3 x 4IAR or more (29% of all shoes) 45 Shoes had 4 x 4IAR or more (22% of all shoes) 30 Shoes had 5 x 4IAR or more (15% of all shoes) 22 Shoes had 6 x 4IAR or more (11% of all shoes) 9 Shoes had 7 x 4IAR or more (4% of all shoes) 2 Shoes had 8 x 4IAR or more (<1% of all shoes) 1 Shoes had 9 x 4IAR or more (<1% of all shoes) In other words, when a 4IAR (or more) occurs in a shoe, there is a 96% chance, based on these data, that there will be another 4IAR (or more) in the shoe. And most likely there will be 3,4, or 5 of them. Of course I understand every casino is different, but maybe its something other players may want to check for themselves BTW, I am entering these shoes into the Statsforprofit database for everyones benefit. best regards Pando Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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