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Anyway, Ann correctly calls her cards up to a 6 in slot 5 and freezes with 5 more places to go, all of which the calculator agrees with. As a result, you need to play much more conservatively than in the case where you are the one receiving the free shot after your opponent messes up. While the show is slightly uneven , it captures enough to the charm of the original show to still be a good watch. He calls lower on the next card, and is correct, revealing a 4. Using the table above, we see that we should switch on any card between a 5 and Jack. Based on the cards you get as you progress, when should you freeze? If you are blessed with an Ace or a 2, you bet the right-most percentage. An eighth card is turned face up, and the contestant wagers any or all of their bank on whether the next card will be higher or lower Aces are high. I literally had to double check this result, but, by a very slim margin of a couple tenths of a percent, freezing is the right play. Should a player even play to maximize their winnings? Removing these inefficient strategies leaves us with a group of viable strategies. Some of the simpler aspects of the game are easy to analyze. Each of these strategies is as viable as the next from a mathematical viewpoint. You can also choose the active player, whether the active player won the question, and how many questions are left in the round. Strategy Some of the simpler aspects of the game are easy to analyze. As such, it is ripe for strategic and mathematical evaluation. Guessing correctly wins the amount bet, guessing incorrectly even tying results in the bet being lost. In addition, the player may choose to swap the face-up card before the first, fourth, and seventh decision the first card on each level with a new card from the deck. These represent the percentage of your bank that you will bet, depending on the face-up card. When it comes to choosing whether or not to switch our base card when given the opportunity, we can analyze our chance of success with every base card, as seen in the following table: Using this data, we can determine that we have on average, a Rule Changes The Money Cards underwent several rule changes over the years, each in the favor of the contestants.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} According to the raw numbers, the only cards you should keep as your base card are 2 through 4 and Queen through Ace. And it leads me into one of the bigger general strategic takeaways: play conservatively when you win the survey question, and play aggressively when you lose. Not being at risk of giving your opponent a free crack at the cards allows you to play more aggressively. Taking every possible combination of these eight variables that could happen in an actual game, I wound up with over 1. The points that form this curve are the strategies that offer the highest value for a given level of risk. As you can see just from this game, finding the right strategy can be difficult and non-intuitive. Kiko played the red cards, while Ann played the blue. Updating our scatter point chart shows us the efficient frontier in clearer detail. The general shape of the graph forms a curve sloping upwards. The Rules Seven cards are laid out on three rows, as seen in the image to the right. The odds say to freeze at this point, giving her an She opts to play on, hoping to convert on the Unfortunately, she is punished for it, revealing a four as the next card and sending her back to her King. The game of Card Sharks is one of the best remembered shows to come out the Goodson-Todman stable. Most contestants would only get the privilege of playing the Money Cards once or twice before losing the front game and having to leave the show. However, analyzing every possible combination of six percentages would be extremely overwhelming. It also would allow contestants to play more conservatively to find the best strategy for minimum values. Given a dollar value, we can find how many standard deviations away from the mean each strategy is, and find the strategy that will give you the highest chance of achieving that dollar value by finding the strategy the lowest number of standard deviations away from the mean. With those limitations in mind, there are eight factors that determine the current state of a game:. To get a better feel for it, I invite you to play around with the calculator. The second big change had to do with when the contestant could change cards. Strategies that do not form part of this curve are not optimal, as they offer less return for their risk than another strategy would. The Money Cards underwent several rule changes over the years, each in the favor of the contestants. In modern portfolio theory, the points on the curve form what is known as the efficient frontier. We should thusly wager on the next card being higher when our base card is lower than 8, and lower when the base card is higher than an 8. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}We are all in agreement that the version was a collective hallucination, right? Yes, freezing here improves matters if we lose the next question. When the show was revived in , two major rule changes happened to the Money Cards. Ann wins the first question, and reveals a Jack as her base card. Anyway, Kiko continues, and correctly calls the 9 as the third card. Using this data, we can determine that we have on average, a Therefore, it makes sense to switch our base card when our chances of winning are below that number. Before getting started, I had to make two assumptions about the front game in order to massively simplify things:. Seven cards are laid out on three rows, as seen in the image to the right. Both players made strategic missteps that seemed far from obvious to me before beginning this evaluation. On average, Adrian is going to win a heck of a lot more money than Nick. We only need 6 percentages to cover all twelve possibilities. Luckily, we can use the standard deviation of a distribution to determine how likely a given event is to occur. This may have been a better move earlier in the round, but we are going into sudden death on the next question. The better your base card, the more willing you should be to play on. Those two rules took our potential number of strategies down to a manageable 8, We then ran a Monte Carlo simulator to determine the expected value and standard deviation of each strategy. The game itself was based on the old gambling card game of Acey-Deucey. Ann wins control of the third question, changes the 6 yay! But what about the other 12 cards? Nick hates gambling and hates to lose. Now, instead of just the first card on each level being changed, you could change any card at any time, but only once per level. But is that the necessarily the best strategy? While some of the rules changed during the run of the show the ramifications of which we will address later , this set of rules will be the basis of our discussions. Ann is still a favorite, at a Kiko gets another free run, and takes advantage, getting four calls right before facing a Jack as the seventh card in the row. It only depends on how much risk you wish to undertake in the pursuit of profit. This complicated the strategy involving choosing when to change cards, the analysis of which we will leave for another time. Adrian is correct, you should bet heavily when the odds are in your favor. What we want to do is analyze every possible betting strategy. He and the system agree that he should freeze here. When looking at the results, we found that we could eliminate a large number of potential strategies from consideration. Kiko doubles up with another 9 on the first call of his free shot, so nothing has changed except that we have one fewer question left in the game. The higher the standard deviation, the more volatile the possible range of values, and the higher the risk. What should your strategy be now? Thus, we can discard Strategy A from further analysis. She keeps it, and right off the bat, the first strategic decision of the match is a questionable one. Because the chances of winning with a 2 are the same as winning with an Ace, the chances of winning with a 3 are the same as a King, and so forth. When you win a question, you can change your base card. When it comes to choosing whether or not to switch our base card when given the opportunity, we can analyze our chance of success with every base card, as seen in the following table:. Why only 6 instead of 12? Where before ties were considered losses meaning it would be possible to lose on an Ace or 2 , ties were now considered pushes β€” no money was gained or lost if the same card came up twice. Sure, in the long run, he would come out ahead. But if you were to look at who would be more likely to have more money after each contestant played one round, Nick would be ahead most of the time. And, unfortunately for Adrian, there is no long run.