Not being in the Game Room, I’m not asking about or questioning the ins and outs of basic strategy. All I’m looking for is a simulator that will allow me to put in different conditions (e.g. number of decks) and rules (e.g. player stays when dealer shows a 6) and run a large number of trials/hands with those parameters.
My interest in this is more computer-sciencey than gambling, so again, I’m not looking (or capable of) getting into a discussion of whether it’s better or worse to hit on a X or double down on a Y. I’d just like to see how deviating from basic strategy (or a version of it) changes the long-term outcomes, and what such a simulation would look like/run on a machine.
Unfortunately, most of what I’ve found so far seem to be portals for gambling sites or sites that want to sell me a book. But I can’t imagine that programming one would be significantly more than a bunch of if>then statements with a set of initial conditions and whatnot, so figure they must be out there somewhere.
Oh, bonus if there’s a similar craps simulator out there too.