πŸ”₯ How To Count Cards in Blackjack and Bring Down the House

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Blackjack, formerly also Black Jack and Vingt-Un, is the American member of a global family of In many U.S. casinos, however, players are limited to playing two or three positions at a table and often only one person This is not true in games where blackjack pays as that rule increases the house edge by about %.


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Basic strategy says to HIT A-2 against a 4, but if the true count is 3 or higher, you should double.) A-2 vs. 5, Double at 0. (Don't get confused.


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As mentioned earlier, the true count is the running count divided by the number a running count of +3 and three-quarters of the cards are left in play, your true.


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Imagine that you have a running count of +3 and three quarters of the cards still remain in play. Then, your true count will be (+3 / ΒΎ = 4), or +4. In case half of the​.


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Card counting is a technique that lets blackjack players know when the chance of getting a blackjack (with a bonus 3-to-2 payout) and winning a double down. how to compute the true count in multiple-deck games, how to disguise your.


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His argument was that in a casino where the minimum was extremely low and the maximum was extremely high the casino could be beat. Win percentage is surprisingly flat over the range of true counts. In the S17 game, the index is Stand at -1 or higher. Thanks for the detailed answer Ken its appreciated. It was my understanding then that it is best to get your max bet out at TC 4 or 5. Hello to everyone. And we can stand on stiffs while the dealer must hit them. Don Schlesinger for example plays an extremely aggressive spread where his units go up to two as the TC increases slightly. Never ever double. The Schlesinger spread you mention would be pretty normal. The only time you should ever double hard 12 is if the dealer accidentally reveals the card you will receive and you know it is a 9! If you have a problem gambling, please seek help here. That would seem likely, but it turns out to not really be the case. I see that the Hi Low system is much more powerful system. Here are the numbers you need:. Most of the deviation play amount to minute practical differences. Basic strategy says to HIT A-2 against a 4, but if the true count is 3 or higher, you should double. Almost noone plays close enough to Kelly betting to make them relevant. I am a fairly successful speed count player switching over to the Hi Low system. Please advise if possible. Toggle navigation. Thanks very much for your reply. I know its not that important but im just curious why this starts becomming a profitable play. It does seem confusing. In any case where risk-averse indexes differ from straight indexes, even by several points, the decisions are quite close and the effect of choosing one index style over another is minimal. This would give you a spread if you were to double your bet after every loss, not including splits and doubles. It allows you to use just the running count because of the way it is structured starting count, key count, and an unbalanced set of tag numbers. And we are more likely to succeed when we get a chance to double down in high counts, even though we will have fewer such opportunities. Changing your strategy based on the count is just the icing on the cake. Note from the BlackjackInfo. You can use the same indexes in a no-peek game, except ignore any that suggest splitting or doubling against a dealer ten or ace. Got this? I maintain that for the majority of players who are not playing near the maximum Kelly fraction of their bankroll , straight indexes are preferable to risk-adjusted ones. You do lose fewer hands, and most of the difference is offset by pushing more often. Conversely, as the count goes negative, it becomes a better play to hit some hands, rather than double. For example, say a casino offered a game with a 10 dollar minimum and a 1,, dollar maximum I know a casino would never offer this game but just assume they did for the purposes of the example. I thought you should hit 12 v 2 until true 3. Ken Smith, do you sell the individual advanced strategy card for 6 deck blackjack where the dealer hits on S17? I got into an argument with my dad about progressive loss betting systems. Do you recommend playing a half Kelly? A-7 vs. The dealer with an Ace up already has a face-down card, and we know that it is not a ten. I always thought counters played more aggressively than the kelly due the fact that extremely high counts are rare. Seriously, I would question the accuracy of anything else this app tells you. The most important index change between the games is 12v6. This question was actually answered above. A-8 vs. The question is are all your doubled and split bets vulnerable to an eventual dealer blackjack. The advantage of card counting comes primarily from betting more when you have the advantage. Faces and But you only get 1 extra card while the dealer can keep on hitting. Is it right to think so? My entire stock is already packaged in sets. He did say that his numbers were risk-adjusted indexes. First, your numbers need some work. Basic strategy says DOUBLE A-2 against a 5, but if the count is at all negative, just hit it; double only when the count is 0 or higher. Use the Strategy Engine set to No Peek to get the correct basic strategy. Yes, the index numbers will be fine for a European no-peek game, with one adjustment: Ignore any index that has you doubling or splitting against a dealer ten or Ace. A-3 vs. A-4 vs. These differences are usually due to the use of risk-averse calculations by the GameMaster. In many of the variation decisions it is unclear in several cases if the count is true or running. A-9 vs.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} But high counts favor the player more than the dealer because we get on blackjack, and the dealer wins only even money. There are quite a few other examples that differ greatly from yours can you explain why. As the true count gets more positive, it becomes more profitable to double. A true count of 0 or more is the same as a running count of 0 or more. At that point and above, stand. Thanks for the comments they are very helpful. Yes, increasing your spread will have a much more dramatic impact on expected win than learning and using all the strategy variations. Index generation is trickier than it sounds, and some indexes are close calls over a range of numbers. For example you that the index for a hard 8 v a 6 is a double at TC 3, whereas Wong says it is at TC 1. Hello and thank you for this great website. The only time you can use the running count is for the decision of 16vT where the index number is 0. Is this not a normal betting spread for a counter? For a basic strategy player, see the Strategy Engine for the correct plays when the dealer hits soft Most of the few differences are only a single point here and there. On average, by doubling after every loss you will lose your entire bankroll once every 84, tries. I spent many hours fine-tuning the indexes on my advanced card set, and they are straight indexes, not RA. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Yes, the dealer is very vulnerable with a 6 showing, but placing an extra bet changes the mathematics of the hand, so all doubles must be well-considered. Your lessons and exercises are very helpful, thanks for sharing all of this, because it makes us understand that it is not only people with a gift that can make it, but hard work and patience will pay off. How you get there does influence your results, but really not all that much. Is it maybe because the dealer busts more often? A-2 vs. Thanks Ken. Focus on building your bank and increasing your spread first. The game is full of subtleties. My opinion of RA indexes is that for the vast majority of players, they are not appropriate. Does this affects other decisions against Ace? Yes, KO is a very effective yet simple counting system. In my mind, the chances of winning a hand depend on the true count just before that hand is dealt. I am getting back to study and practice. That point is determined, of course, by the true count. Do you agree with the fact that it is sufficient to keep the running count and not the true count to have the edge over the casino? Do this Hi-Lo indexes apply with the European blackjack rules?? I play in France with 6 decks game and I am still in need for practise. Are the above rules almost the same as 6 decks? The strategy indexes are all for true count.