That's not so much statistical analysis,and as you say, it's easy to spot. They succeeded more from how they manipulated who was doing the counting vs the betting. It really doesn't give you a huge advantage (circa 1%), so you have to step you bet when the deck is hot to profit and you stick out like a sore thumb. Shuffling machines are more prevalent now as well which removes the "memory" from the game rendering counting useless.
Statistical analysis isn't an art, it's a science. Knowing what to do with the analysis is more the difference. That's more down to knowing your subject area and how to apply it. But again there are methodologies to these things, system analysis etc etc.
Stats get a bad rep because people cherry pick out of context.
Sorry, I get excited by graphs. I'll go have a lie down.
I have no idea what is being argued here. At first I thought it was - Brissett? Good or bad?
No doubt the pass offense has taken a hit. Luck left, did we expect it to stay the same?
The WR group and WR injuries has had an effect as well. Luck could operate with a less than stellar group. Brissett is not at that point and may never be. Brissett is in the top 14 in most meaningful passing categories. It seems he has been doing what Reich is asking of him. The next 6 games will show us I eager we should be to draft a QB.
Yes, I meant 21. My fault.
You can still beat the house at blackjack by counting cards, which is actually much easier than people think if you're good with math in your head. But they won't tolerate it and as soon as you start winning too much you'll come under suspicion.
I dont doubt you know numbers, but would you agree some in your field are better than others at it? Because it's a subjective art?