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I've written some code to enumerate all of the possible hands in a game of baccarat. The problem is that the results differ from the results in two separate places online, which also agree with each other.

Here are the answers found online:

Banker wins 0.458597

Player wins 0.446247

A log of the enumBaccarat() function can be found here.

Here are the results from the enumBaccarat() function:

SCORE p:48074, b:44955 t:10382 Prob p:0.44770758239239270625523092341969085952235129960809599898180311840, b:0.45959536930024790930245539965226079881547710295342223860381081920 t:0.09539546930852567198933768141898732254664847334297019797573259680

Here are the results for 1 billion hands from the random() function:

tie: 94258105, banker: 458337837, player: 447404058

Here is the important class:

Let's consider another example, a single roll of a fair die. Theoretically, the probabilities are:

But if you did a simulation, you would most likely wind up with probabilites that are all a little different than 1/6.

So if your baccarat simulation results seem a little different than the theoretical ones, don't be all that surprised.

Baccarat Simulation Series 7 Results: Scott’s (eirescott) Grail

Results from Baccarat Simulations Series 7 are presented below.

In this series, I examined Scott’s (eirescott) Grail (Final, October 8, 2010).

Data Set: 102,600 baccarat shoes used, including Zumma 600, Zumma 1000, Wizard of Odds 1000, and Virtuoid 100,000 (ref. My Baccarat Shoe Factory).

Player’s Advantage is the net units won after commissions divided by the total units bet.

A, C refer to Money Management Procedures (ref. Money Matters).

Flat betting and U1D2M2 betting progression (ref. Money Matters).

R = a derivative of PB

A = a derivative of PB

SG = Scott’s (eirescott) Grail (Final, October 8, 2010), based on the birthday paradox theory with pre-fabricated, random sets. No LLMx bets.

% Shoes Won, Lost, Broke Even, and Best and Worst Scores are from shoes using U1D2M2.

Graphs of Net Units Won (after commissions) per Shoe:

Scott’s (eirescott) Grail (flat bet and U1D2M2), Full Data Set:

Scott’s (eirescott) Grail (flat bet and U1D2M2), Zumma 600 & 1000:

PS it is all natural pure random based upon noise and if you succed with does sampels you will find the same when you visit your casino - no difference at all .

The tiny difference with B/P would make no difference and is free - you can download sampels of 100 000 a day if you want.

Pick tabel with out zero and play RNG or does TRNGs from wish you can load into RX.

Does anybody have a baccarat simulator that can reproduce shoes with card values just like the Wizard's 2000 he has for 6 deck and 8 deck no his other site?

Try the Baccarat Simulator also in Winstats. It is a free program. It is for stats and shoes only at present. No betting systems module at present.

Programmer has not released the source code. Shoes do not use a casino shuffle.

There is not yet a complete user manual, most menus should be easy to understand. Has a help file.

added: newest version now has a Wizard's style Baccarat shoe result

example: Winstats Baccarat Shoe

Shoe#, Game#, Result, Player total, Banker total, player 3 cards, Banker 3 Cards

Garnabbys program also uses a casino shuffle and can produce consecutive shuffled shoes. A cool feature if you are looking for casino shuffles.

It is similar to Garnabbys nice program that he offers but does not offer the code at this time as does Garnabby.

Garnabbys program also uses a casino shuffle and can produce consecutive shuffled shoes. A cool feature if you are looking for casino shuffles.

Wizard´s 2000 is a joke if it is baccarat results and no need to use them at all

Programmer has not released the source code.

Is that because you basically plagiarized it (without credit) at a few months after i set it up as a means for baccarat-enthusiasts to finally work freely together "in the light of day"? And appear to be setting yourself up for some sales "down the road"?

Garnabbys program also uses a casino shuffle and can produce consecutive shuffled shoes. A cool feature if you are looking for casino shuffles.

Not exactly, but i intend to next provide a test to "manually9quot; alter the shuffler-program, and the shuffling, to get more people thinking about some real ways of approaching this game. I think it goes without saying, but these sorts of approaches quickly become quite-complex.

Baccarat, also known as punto banco, is one of the oldest and most popular games in casinos all over the world. It is especially popular among high-rollers and Asian gamblers. In Macau, baccarat is extremely dominant. Although the game seems serious and elegant, it is really as simple as betting on the flip of a coin.

There are three types of baccarat tables:

Big Table Baccarat is played in a snooty roped off area to separate itself from the other games. The players are usually very well dressed and the table minimums are often high. The regular baccarat table is about the size of a craps table with 3 casino dealers and up to 12 or 14 players. Each player, including the player dealing, may still bet on either the player or the banker but it is customary for the dealer to bet on the banker.

The deal will rotate around the table, much like the dice rotate around the craps table. If a player does not want to deal they may pass the shoe to the next player. The same person will keep dealing as long as the banker keeps winning. The person dealing will put two cards, face down, tucked under the shoe, and give the player with the greatest bet on the player the other two cards, face down. This player then looks at the cards and then gives them back to the player who is dealing. Then the player who is dealing will turn over the cards and one of the casino dealers will announce the totals. Depending on the totals, the dealer may then instruct the person dealing the cards to deal a third card. Finally the dealers will pay winning wagers and collect losing ones out of the dealer's tray. The player who actually deals is not assuming any financial responsibility of the other players bets, unlike pai gow, and is just turning over cards.

Mini baccarat has the same rules are big table baccarat. However, unlike the game at the big table, the dealer turns over all the cards, making for a much faster game. The odds are exactly the same as those of the big table, assuming the same number of decks. Mini baccarat is sometimes dealt from a six-deck shoe, changing the odds slightly. It can usually be found in the main casino areas.

Midi baccarat is the same as mini baccarat, except the size of the table is larger, and it is usually found in the high-limit rooms, as opposed to the main casino floor.

Following are the rules of baccarat. The terminology can be a little confusing. To try to minimize this, when referring to a particular bet or hand, I will use capital letters. In particular Player and Banker refer to bets as well as particular sets of two or three cards each.

  1. Usually eight decks of cards are used.
  2. Cards are given point values as follows: Ace = 1, 2-9 = pip value, 10 and face cards = 0.
  3. Play begins by all players betting either on the Player or Banker. There is also a side bet on a Tie. At some tables there are also side bets on a Player Pair and/or Banker Pair. There are lots of other newer side bets, which I go into in my baccarat appendix 5.
  4. After all bets are down, the dealer gives two cards each to the Player and Banker hands.
  5. The maximum number of points in both the Player and Banker hands is 9. The way to arrive at the points per hand is to take the total points of each individual card in the hand. If the sum is more than 9, then drop the first digit. For example, if either hand had a 9 and 7, then you would drop the 1 from the total of 16, for a 6-point hand.
  6. A third card may or may not be dealt to either the Player or Banker hands, depending on the following rules.
  7. If either the Player or Banker have 8 or 9 points, it is referred to as a "natural." If there is at least one natural, then both hands will stand.
  8. Otherwise, if the Player's total is 5 or less, then the Player hand will draw one more card, otherwise, with 6 or 7 points, the Player hand stands.
  9. If the Player hand stands with 6 or 7 points, then the Banker hand will draw a third card on a total of 5 or less. Otherwise, with 6 or 7 points, the Banker will stand.
  10. If the Player does draw a third card, then use the Banker will use his positional advantage to decide whether to take a third card according to his total and the third card drawn to the Player, according to the following table.
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