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The math is correct but the x3 is a typo. It should be x2.
(The base formula for Pairs is 10 x 2.)
If we were to apply it to the Pair, the formula would look like this:
10 Chips x 2 x 3 = 60 Chips.
Compare this to one of the more common Jokers, Sly Joker: +50 Chips if played hand contains a pair.
If we were to apply it to the Pair, the formula would look like this:
(10 Chips + 50 Chips) x 3 = 120 Chips."
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Where does the "x 3" in the second formula comes from? In the first formula it comes from the fact that Blackboard Joker gives a x3 multi, but in the second formula we are considering Sly Joker instead, which has no such multiplier...
Thank you for taking the time to do this and present it in an easy to navigate doc.