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Unformatted text preview: R B R B R R B R R B R R B B R R R B R B R R R B B next RBRBB RRBBB R B R B R R B R R B R R B B R R R B R B R R R B B Winning cases Losing cases B RBB B RBB next The general case (*) Q E D ! KENO EXPECTATIONS The player marks n spots (chooses k numbers of the card) The house choses 20 distinct numbers from 1 to 80 Payoffs vary from house to house Here are two schedules What do you expect to win if you bet one dollar here ? What do you expect to win if you bet 5 dollars here ? ( n k )( 80n 20k ) ( 80 20 ) And what if you bet 1 dollar? Some interesting Answers = = = = /5 = In each case you should expect to lose about 27 cents per dollar!!! betting 5 dollars speeds up the process So you see that the craps game where you lose 2 cents per dollar is a bargain by comparison...
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 Spring '10
 MATH187
 Math, Conditional Probability, Probability, Dice

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