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You might win occasionally on your hands hard 13 through 16, but the money won't last long. Regardless of how you play these hands or what the dealer has, these are just plain losing hands.

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Basic Strategy says we should stand if the dealer is showing 2 through 6 and hit if the dealer is showing 7 and up. Let's look at the returns per dollar to see why this is.

  • If the dealer is showing 2 through 6, the return on the hand when you stand ranges from negative $0.15 to negative $0.29.
  • If you stand when the dealer shows a higher card, the red numbers skyrocket to -$0.48 to -$0.67.

Next, we must look at the effects of hitting.

  • For the dealer's 2 through 6, the return is -$0.24 to -$0.47. Standing is clearly the superior choice when the dealer is showing these cards.
  • On 7 through A, the return is still negative, but only ranges from -$0.27 to -$0.52. To minimize damage to your payroll, you must hit in this instance.

Basic Strategy, unsurprisingly, stands correct.

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Peter A. Trusted online casino australia. Griffin (July 19, 1937 – October 18, 1998) was a mathematician, author, and blackjack expert and is one of the original seven members of the Blackjack Hall of Fame.[1] He authored The Theory of Blackjack, considered a classic analysis of the mathematics behind the game of casino 21.

Early life[edit]

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Griffin was a native of New Jersey, one of three children, with a brother, poet Alan MacDougall, and a sister, Barbara Dan, writer. His grandfather Frank Loxley Griffin was a mathematician at Reed College who had written various mathematics textbooks.[2]

Griffin's father was an actuary who went on to head up a labor/management consulting company in Chicago.

Free konami slot games. Griffin grew up in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Chicago and Portland, Oregon, and married Lydia.[3]

Academic studies and teaching[edit]

He studied at Portland State University, and received a master's degree from the University of California at Davis. He taught statistics, calculus and differential equations at California State University-Sacramento from 1965 until his death on October 18, 1998 from prostate cancer.[3]

Blackjack[edit]

His first exposure to blackjack was in 1970, when he proposed a course on the mathematics of gambling, and went to Nevada to do some research. As the New York Times put it, he 'promptly got his clock cleaned,' and this incentivized him to do more serious research on the subject. He was known for compiling extensive statistics on blackjack players in Atlantic City, and then comparing patterns against players in Las Vegas or Reno.[4]

Griffin was one of the first to calculate the percentage disadvantage of an 'average' blackjack player, at 2%. He was also the first to calculate the average gains by hand realized from varying basic strategy.Griffin wrote the 1979 book, The Theory of Blackjack: The Compleat Card Counter’s Guide to the Casino Game of 21, which is considered to be a classic in the field.

Griffin along with Anthony Curtis is cited as coming up with the title for the main column of the Las Vegas Advisor, 'Couponomy'. Curtis states 'Griffin pointed out that the suffix “omy” typically means to extract, so Couponomy meant extraction via coupon'.[5]

The main passion of Peter Griffin remained teaching, which is where he devoted most of his working life.[6]

Works[edit]

  • The Theory of Blackjack, 1979, Huntington Press, ISBN0-915141-02-7
  • Extra Stuff: Gambling Ramblings, 1991, Huntington Press, ISBN0-929712-00-5

References[edit]

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  1. ^The Blackjack Hall of Fame - Black Jack Hall of Famers
  2. ^John H. Lienhard (1998). 'Frank and Peter Griffin'. The Engines of Our Ingenuity. Episode 1379. NPR. KUHF-FM Houstonhttp://www.uh.edu/engines/epi1379.htm transcripturl= missing title (help). access-date= requires url= (help)
  3. ^ ab'Peter Griffin, Solver of Blackjack, Dies at 61'New York Times, 2 November 1998
  4. ^'Professional gamblers at work: Self-styled blackjack tournament experts take a bath in Reno'Blackjack Forum, Volume VI #4, December 1986
  5. ^'ThePOGG Interviews - Anthony Curtis - Owner of the Las Vegas Advisor'. Retrieved 5 April 2014.
  6. ^'Peter Griffin'. Blackjack Idols. Retrieved 2010-07-19.

Notes[edit]

  • Griffin is unrelated to the private, casino-consulting firm Griffin Investigations.

External links[edit]

  • Peter Griffin at BlackjackHero.com
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