Does the box have an advantage?
Posted By: leobueno
Date: Friday, 29 November 2013, at 10:34 p.m.
Whenever we play a chouette, whoever is in the box tries to keep the box, sometimes making sub-optimal cube decisions.
The idea behind this behavior is that being the the box has some advantage to not being in the box. Is this so?
I get the idea that being the box increases the risks and returns, but that is not the question, which is: what advantage does the box have?
Take the common case where the box must double all on the initial cube and must take all or none if offered an initial cube, no consulting on the cube and no consulting until after the cube is turned.
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