1) 1750 was in the little ice-age.
2) Accurate global temps weren't kept until 1850.
3) There is no 1750 baseline. Baselines are an avg. temp. over a time span. The IPCC uses 1850-1900.
4) 1.25C is very bad.
I have recently been obsessing over computer-perfect play against the baccarat Tie bet and Pairs bet. The current post takes computer-perfect baccarat to the next level. I am going to give the computer-perfect win-rates and other statistics for each of the Player, Banker and Tie bets for a variety of cut card placements. This will allow me to give an overall win-rate for a patron using a computer to play baccarat perfectly.
Posted onMay 29, 2021|Comments Off on Why Baccarat Card Counting Sucks
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From time to time the question of card counting in baccarat comes up. Because baccarat is dealt from a shoe, it follows that the odds for the banker/player/tie bets change as cards are dealt. As more and more cards are dealt, a counter will get an ever more precise estimation of the composition of the cards that remain. Continue reading →