As posited by Game Show Theory, 101 viable strategies exist for this revival in the Money Cards, with regards to 'best' strategy. No one solution will fit all for various risk tolerances, but that's why such a great number of concepts exist. You can go for the extremely conservative concept of minimum wagers every go, to assure yourself of $350, with an average value of $1,020.95, sd=$311.38, with a zero bust percentage, since there's so little you're actively choosing to put on the line. On the other side of the extremist coin, hyper-aggression gives you a $5,350 minimum with a $10,216.55 average and sd of $6,816.24, assuming your 10.23% bust chance doesn't happen! This assumes this blogger has the figures right from this edition, but I've always known Dave to be reliable.

Given this raw data, I made the equation of Optimal Wagers, OW, is equal to X*(1-Y). X is the expected end value/money within 1sd, or 84.4% of simulations. Y is the bust percentage, already in decimal form. Then I sorted my data by highest to lowest to factor this in. So, while a decent risk exists employing this strategy, at an 18.57 bust clip percentage, the end value is $4,917.66, leaving you with a target minimum averaging $3,475. To achieve this, bet 30% of your existing pot on 7/9, 60% on 6/10, 90% on 5/Jack, 100% on 4, 3, 2, Queen, King, and Ace. 8s, well, you pass if you can.