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Keeping it Simple - Part Six

Mad Professor's Not-So-Random Thought For Sunday, 10 August, 2008
(Reprinted from our message board)

Keeping it Simple
Part Six

How Many Box-Numbers Will a Skilled-Shooter Average?





For clarity sake, a
box-number is defined as being either a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10.

So, how many of those are you likely to see during an
average hand?

As with most things of any consequence, it all depends on the shooter:


~An
SRR-6 random-roller will throw an average of 4.0 box-numbers during his point-cycle (after the PL-Point is set) and 5.5 box-numbers for his entire start-to-finish hand (including the box-number that sets the PL-Point).


~An
SRR-6.5 dice-influencer will throw an average of 4.3 box-numbers during his point-cycle (after the PL-Point is set) and 6.0 box-numbers for his entire start-to-finish hand (including the box-number that sets the PL-Point).


~An
SRR-7.0 dice-influencer will throw an average of 4.7 box-numbers during his point-cycle (after the PL-Point is set) and 6.4 box-numbers for his entire start-to-finish hand (including the box-number that sets the PL-Point).


~An
SRR-7.5 dice-influencer will throw an average of 5.0 box-numbers during his point-cycle (after the PL-Point is set) and 6.8 box-numbers for his entire start-to-finish hand (including the box-number that sets the PL-Point).


~An
SRR-8.0 dice-influencer will throw an average of 5.3 box-numbers during his point-cycle (after the PL-Point is set) and 7.2 box-numbers for his entire start-to-finish hand (including the box-number that sets the PL-Point).


~An
SRR-9.0 dice-influencer will throw an average of 6.0 box-numbers during his point-cycle (after the PL-Point is set) and 8.0 box-numbers for his entire start-to-finish hand (including the box-number that sets the PL-Point).


For additional clarity, these numbers take into consideration those hands where the shooter sets a PL-Point...repeats it...and then goes on to establish another PL-Point, etc.
Therefore you shouldn't look at them with a strictly literal view.

Keep it simple...put your money where your highest validated edge is...and keep it away from where it isn't.




Good Luck and Good Skill at the Tables…and in Life.

The Mad Professor
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