|Subject:||[Bug-gnubg] RE: Bug-gnubg Digest, Vol 80, Issue 6|
|Date:||Mon, 6 Jul 2009 12:38:49 -0400|
> From: Massimiliano Maini address@hidden wrote"
> In matchplay, imagine a situation where a very long match goes up to DMP
> any particular luck for the two players. Then , at DMP bearoff, one roll a
> super joker
> and wins. In terms of Total Luck this will appear clearly (like a +50% in
> MWC), but in
> normalized luck this will not. The same situation in a much shorter match,
> having the same total luck (+50%) could have a "Go to Vegas" rating
> instead of
> a "lucky" or a "none" rating.
Suppose that the first game in that match had also been decided by a superjoker. That game
counted one towards the goal just like the last game. You just didn't realize its importance at the time.
Also whoever wins a beraoff got lucky. It doesn't matter if it involved one superjoker or a strring of
above average rolls.
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