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Re: Réf. : [Bug-gnubg] Understanding the stats

From: Ian Shaw
Subject: Re: Réf. : [Bug-gnubg] Understanding the stats
Date: Sat, 23 Sep 2006 15:14:59 +0100
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Christian Anthon wrote:
Ian, I don't think the luck is normalised to cube=1, and so it may be
that Albert made his errors at higher cube values.
I tested the luck in a bearoff where X had to roll 66 to win, or else lose the game. With the cube at 2 or 16, rolling 66 is worth 1.94 luck.

So luck is normalised, at least in the play-by-ply analysis.

If you have three of these on a 2 -cube, your luck will be 3*1.94. If your opponent has one of these on a 16 cube, he will have 1*1.944 luck. You will be reported luckier even though your opponent won more points (i.e. gained more equity) through luck.

-- Ian

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