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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

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)

c) gives a 5prime with all 1's = 11/36 + {43,52,65} = 17/36 eff. 36%
d) gives a 5prime with all 1's = 11/36 + {63,45,D3,65} = 18/36 eff. 37,5%
e) gives a 5prime with all 5,6 = 20/36 + {32,41,42,D2,D3} = 28/36 eff. 32%
I think that d) is the best variation.
Answer: 13x9 20/18

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