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Game maths problem
Posted: Jan 8, 2013 11:02 PM
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seeking assistance on a probability problem and hoping you maths gurus could shed some light.

What I want to know is the house edge for the 'Banker' bet in a game of standard baccarat, versus house edge for Banker bet in a game with a single rule variation (called 'zero commission baccarat').

rules for standard game: http://www.livedealer.org/livebaccarat/rules-summary.htm#1

rules for zero commission game:
identical except for 1 difference...Banker win payout is 1:1 (rather than 0.95:1) except where banker wins with a score of 6, in which case win payout is 0.5:1.

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any assistance appreciated!

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