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OLM 20140412B -- The Prime Factors

Posted By: kruidenbuiltje
Date: Sunday, 13 April 2014, at 7:43 p.m.

In Response To: OLM 20140412B -- The Prime Factors (Jason Lee)

After hitting there are several option for the 2:

a) 9/7 risk: {D1,21,31,41,46} = 9/36 eff. 8/36

b) 10/8 risk: {D1,21,31,41,45,36,46} = 13/36 eff. 11/36

c) 18/16 risk: {36,45,46,16,26} = 10/36 eff. 8,5/36

d) 20/18 risk: {36,45,46,16,26} = 10/36 eff. 9/36

e) 6/4 risk: 11/36 + {D2,31,21,D1,16,26} = 21/36

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The difference in risk for variation a) to d) is very small and it is clear that the reward for c) and d) is much bigger than a) and b)

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c) gives a 5-prime with all 1's = 11/36 + {43,52,65} = 17/36 eff. 36%

d) gives a 5-prime with all 1's = 11/36 + {63,45,D3,65} = 18/36 eff. 37,5%

e) gives a 5-prime with all 5,6 = 20/36 + {32,41,42,D2,D3} = 28/36 eff. 32%

I think that d) is the best variation.

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