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Blackjack For BloodErrata / Correction Sheet
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Blackjack For Blood
by Bryce Carlson
Revised Edition - 1997

  • P. 62, line 5: Ei equals .72 (not .75 as shown).

  • P. 62, line 6: Ei equals .92 (not .86 as shown).

  • P. 65, line 20: Ei equals .85 (not .82 as shown).

  • P. 66, line 5: Ei equals .82 (not .81 as shown).

  • Page 158, Table 8.1:  Note, that halving the number of maximum bets increases the chance of ruin to the square root of the original risk.  This means if you cut your bets in half after losing half your stake, the overall chance of ruin is reduced to the original risk times the square root of the original risk.  Caution:   this is a risk management tecnique, not an excuse to overbet your playing stake.

Last Update:  12/07/02