Utube Heavy interview

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  1. Dave G Ct, Sep 12, 2018

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    A Utube video popped up that was trending.Our old friend Heavy was interviewed for 40 minutes.It was entertaining and Heavy told his DI beginnings and advantage betting using regression betting.So a shout out to Heavy for an entertaining 40 minutes!
     
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  2. superrick, Sep 13, 2018

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    Dave you could post the link!
     
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  3. lone irish digit, Sep 13, 2018

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    This is Barney,

    The LID, MP, and the Dicenator have not heard from since casinoboat was beached just north of the Wilmington area. However, I get to play with the LIDs nice suppercomputer and know why the Dave Guamole posted this here thread. First, here is the linky thing to the Heavy interview (please note reference to being taught by the most greatest Syndey personage around three minute marker:




    and the second here is the linky thing to Dr. Dave Guamole research into the name of the "Caesar's Palace"





    TYVM
     
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  4. eagleeye2, Sep 14, 2018

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    LID / BARNEY,

    You must be on HEAVY's Mailing List; likely from attending one of his training sessions?

    Nice of you to Post Heavy's Cruise Interview, but how about this?????

    This is Barney,

    Lastly, I'll ask all of the Faulty Logician's here one last question.

    That Question is: ""Why do Casino Dice Always have Opposite Sides of a Die ADD to 7"

    I will acknowledge the CORRECT ANSWER, when it is posted.

    LID ?? BARNEY ~ REPLY:

    Yes, You GOT the CORRECT Answer, but fail to acknowlede it!!!!

    What a HOOT you are!!!!!

    eagleeye2
     
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  5. James Hall, Sep 14, 2018

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    The answer to you dice question is
    "The opposite side of casino dice add to 7
    to provide a randomly determined Integer"
     
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  6. eagleeye2, Sep 14, 2018

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    James,

    Sorry But:

    The correct answer is ELEMENTARY!

    Casino's Demand that Opposite sides of a DIE ADD to SEVEN (7) because:

    For any UNBALANCE in a DIE, when MATCHED with a FAIR DIE (Note that CRAPS requires TWO DICE Be Thrown & the SUM of UP #'s is what counts) WILL RESULT IN AN INCREASE in the # of (7's) Thrown! This Obviously FAVORS the CASINO!

    Yes, all CRAPS players understand, when a (7) is rolled, after the come out roll, that (7) TAKES all bets DOWN, which favors the CASINO, period.

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  7. von duck, Sep 14, 2018

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    NO! This would favor the don't side, which you are free to bet if you choose. If you think the "don't" has an advantage PLAY IT! Why wouldn't you? :):):):cool::confused::confused::confused::confused::confused:Elementary is right. :cool::cool:
     
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  8. eagleeye2, Sep 15, 2018

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    TDV's BOGUS example of A Biased DIE that is so BIASED that it only throws (6's) is Physically Impossible, thus anyone that falls for the BS above is highly GULLABLE!!! PS - CASINO's would LOOSE their ASSES, as Betting Box Cars (6 & 6) every time would yield One WIN in 6, when it PAYS 30 to 1, BUSTING any CASINO that tried it.

    Now for REALITY, FAIR DIE #1 Rolls #'s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, & 6.

    DIE #2 Rolls more of the # OPPOSITE the heaviest side, in TDV's example the # (6).

    Yes, with MORE (6's) than 1's, 2's, 3's 4's & 5's (on the #2 DIE) it's OBVIOUS that MORE (7's) will result when adding the two DIE together, as is required in CASINO CRAPS!
     
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    TDV's BOGUS example of A Biased DIE that is so BIASED that it only throws (6's) is Physically Impossible, thus anyone that falls for the BS above is highly GULLABLE!!! PS - CASINO's would LOOSE their ASSES, as Betting Box Cars (6 & 6) every time would yield One WIN in 6, when it PAYS 30 to 1, BUSTING any CASINO that tried it.

    Now for REALITY, FAIR DIE #1 Rolls #'s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, & 6.

    DIE #2 Rolls more of the # OPPOSITE the heaviest side, in TDV's example the # (6).

    Yes, with MORE (6's) than 1's, 2's, 3's 4's & 5's (on the #2 DIE) it's OBVIOUS that MORE (7's) will result when adding the two DIE together, as is required in CASINO CRAPS!
     
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  10. von duck, Sep 15, 2018

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    No! TDs example, is exactly what happens when the bias is in effect. It will also happen, one in six times, with straight dice. If you want to bias the dice for more sevens, then have them drop, one die even the other die odd. That combination will produce sevens at twice the normal frequency, plus, NO sixes, NO eights, NO fours, NO tens, NO hardways, and will have the five and nine fall in normal, proportion to the seven, pretty good dice if your the casino. :)
     
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  11. eagleeye2, Sep 15, 2018

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    von duck,

    You must be running a Very High fever to think that way!

    TDV's BOGUS example of A Biased DIE that is so BIASED that it only throws (6's) is Physically Impossible, thus anyone that falls for the BS above is highly GULLABLE, shame on you von duck!

    PS - CASINO's would LOOSE their ASSES, as Betting Box Cars (6 & 6 with those dice) every time would yield One WIN in 6, when it PAYS 30 to 1, BUSTING any CASINO that tried it.

    Now for REALITY, FAIR DIE #1 Rolls #'s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, & 6.

    DIE #2 Rolls more of the # OPPOSITE the heaviest side, in TDV's example the # (6).

    Yes, with MORE (6's) than 1's, 2's, 3's 4's & 5's (on the #2 DIE) it's OBVIOUS that MORE (7's) will result when adding the two DIE together, as is required in CASINO CRAPS!

    eagleeye2
     
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  12. von duck, Sep 15, 2018

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    You are simply wrong "EYE". :confused: It is not physically impossible, to bias a die to the degree stated, but would make the bias pretty obvious, as in bubble craps. One way to do it would be to have a die with six on all facets, but that would be so obvious, that even TD might "pick up" on it, :D and that is not the only way. You are so wrong, that it would have to be your choice, to be wrong. :)
     
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    von duck,

    I say it's TOTALLY IMPOSSIBLE to WEIGHT BIAS A DIE Such that when it is thrown, ON A CRAPS TABLE, it will only PRODUCE ONE NUMBER!!!

    You appear to have ZERO concept of the EFFECT of GRAVITY on DICE!!!

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  14. von duck, Sep 15, 2018

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    You're wrong again. It would depend on what you weighed them with. I could do it. :cool: You seem to be somewhat "pathological" in your beliefs, and you're not the only one. The whole thing has become very mundane, and pointless. :(
     
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    von duck,

    Only an IDIOT would say that they could Weight Bias a DIE such that it only displayed ONE Number when thrown on a CRAPS TABLE, DUH!!!

    von duck, You are the pathological ONE, that refuses to admit that they are 100% WRONG!!!

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    von duck,

    Only an IDIOT would say that they could Weight Bias a DIE such that it only displayed ONE Number when thrown on a CRAPS TABLE, DUH!!!

    von duck, You are the pathological ONE, that refuses to admit that they are 100% WRONG!!!

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  17. eagleeye2, Sep 15, 2018

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    TDV,

    What an IDIOT YOU ARE!

    By Definition, Die # 2 is Weight BIASED to produce more 6's (in this example) than #'s 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5's.

    Therefore, when added to Die #1, which is ""FAIR"", meaning that Statistically, the #'s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, & 6 appear at equal frequencies, MORE (7's) appear on the total of the TWO DICE , which the GAMED OF CRAPS REQUIRES.

    Repeated below, for those that are slow to COMPREHEND!

    TDV's BOGUS example of A Biased DIE that is so BIASED that it only throws (6's) is Physically Impossible, thus anyone that falls for TDV's BS is highly GULLABLE!!! PS - CASINO's would LOOSE their ASSES, as Betting Box Cars (6 & 6) every time would yield One WIN in 6, when it PAYS 30 to 1, BUSTING any CASINO that tried it.

    Now for REALITY, FAIR DIE #1 Rolls #'s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, & 6.

    DIE #2 Rolls more of the # OPPOSITE the heaviest side, in TDV's example the # (6).

    Yes, with MORE (6's) than 1's, 2's, 3's 4's & 5's (on the #2 DIE) it's OBVIOUS that MORE (7's) will result when adding the two DIE together, as is required in CASINO CRAPS!
     
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  18. von duck, Sep 16, 2018

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    The only way you could get more 7s is if die #1, the "fair" die, comes up with more 1s than normal to go with the extra 6s, on die #2, which would mean that it is not a fair die. You're assertion is ridiculous. To get more 7s, both dice have to be biased, and I've told you how it could be done. :cool: Done worry, you're not the only one that can't grasp this concept. :)
     
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  19. KokomoJoe4, Sep 16, 2018

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    By definition, the introduction of bias into a conversation of dice means that the six faces of the die or dice in question will no longer show at a 1/6 probability.

    Again, by definition, this means that one of the six faces will show more frequently.

    The way to achieve this results is to weight the opposite face of the die in question, so that it is heavier than the other five faces, making it more likely that the effect of gravity (thanks Newton and LID) will cause this face to rest on the table.

    Now because opposite sides of the dice add to seven :eek:, the following equation can be solved algebraically for x to determine which specific dice face is more likely to show on top in the biased, hypothetical situation under consideration, where we are assuming it is the [1] face that has been weighted:

    1 + x = 7

    x = 7 - 1 = [6]

    Now that we have shown using complicated mathematics that in fact this biased die is more likely to show [6] than any other outcome, we need to devise a method of play to capitalize on the advantage we have observed.

    According to ee, we should expect more sevens. He might propose playing the [3][4], [5][2] and [6][1]. I would not.

    Instead, I would hop the [6][1], [6][2], [6][3], [6][4] and [6][5], while place betting Uptown.
     
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    What do you dislike about betting the [6] [6] In this situation?
     
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  21. KokomoJoe4, Sep 16, 2018

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    nothing, it got resource limited
     
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