elon Posted July 1, 2019 Report Share Posted July 1, 2019 Look, I don't have any reason to believe the blackjack shuffler is broken. I played blackjack a little when I first started ~1.5 years ago. It seemed fine. Haven't played since. However, some of us were talking about all the complaints about it -- maybe they mean as little as the complaints that the poker is rigged (If it is, it's rigged in my favor, and I'm fine with that.) So I started thinking, what's different between blackjack and poker? The most obvious answer is the 6-deck shoe in blackjack. It's easy to have index-, modulo-, etc- bugs (or some combination of these and other bugs) in a given Fisher Yates implementation. I'm sure you ran some LONG test samples of the 6-deck output and statistically analyzed its distributions, but in case no one has looked at it in a while and there have been any code changes, I thought I'd mention it. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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