Thank you!

My point being, the possible number of outcomes is far north/above billions. That is huge, too huge to work with in reality.

Without knowing the order that the shoe is set in, which you can never ever know, unless you counted down the entire shoe and you are within a couple hands of the very end, and you suddenly came up with 9 nines left or 12 face cards left, then your next two hands will be ties, ultra slim chance of that happening, but whatever.

What is left does not matter. The order matters. My point. And with that number of possibilities, how can you tell or plan on what is coming up and in what order?

That is why one shoe will produce only 1's and 2's and an occasional 3. While other subsequent shoes will produce 9 to 14 streak bankers followed by strong player streaks as well.

The theorists have a field day with what is supposed to happen but they fall short virtually every time because of what happens overrules the should happen theory.