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EASY BLACKJACK COUNTING SYSTEMS The key metric in Speed Count is the number of low cards per hand (on average there are cards per hand.


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2) The intermediate level strategy contains an introduction to card counting. 3) The advanced level playing strategy is a powerful system that will give the blackjack.


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3 Card Counting Systems for Normal Blackjack Players The next system is the speed count, which was developed by Frank Scoblete and is.


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This system was developed by Dan Pronovost and is also discussed in Beat Blackjack Now! by Frank Scoblete. The key metric in Speed Count.


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Can anyone tell me what they think of the "Speed Count" by Frank Scoblete Ditch the speed count and go for a system that is worth your time.


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It's true that older traditional card counting systems require a fair amount of time Once your card counting accuracy is at %, increase the speed setting and.


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Card counting is a casino card game strategy used primarily in the blackjack family of casino The goal of a card counting system is to assign point values that roughly correlate to a card's Effect of Removal (EOR). will eliminate the need for the dealer to shuffle the shoe prior to dealing a new one, increasing game speed.


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3) The advanced level playing strategy is a powerful system that will give the blackjack player up to a % edge over the casinos. The book also contains advice.


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Not every card counting system works well. The question answered in this post is whether the Golden Touch Speed Count is a good system or.


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Then you divide the running count by the number of decks left. In the KO system, you can skip the division. All the aces and 10s count as In most card counting systems, a player has to convert the running count into a true count in order to adjust for the additional decks in play. The chances of being dealt a red card on the next play have gone down to 13 divided by 33, or Your expected value is On the other hand, if you remove all of the fives from a deck, the EOR is so great that it would make almost any blackjack game a positive expectation game for the player. The trick is being able to manage the count. Some of the advantage from counting cards is had from making some simple basic strategy changes. The higher the positive count is, the more you bet.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} In blackjack, there are multiple methods for counting cards. You can skip this section if you already understand the basics of counting cards, but if not, this is how it works in a nutshell. Like other card counting systems, you want to use these values to keep a running count, which, when converted to the true count, will serve as an estimation of how favorable the deck is to the player. Most counters range their bets from 1 to 5 units based on how favorable the count is, but some even range their bets from 1 to 10 units. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Here we explain the rationale behind how and why card counting works. If you made no other change to a deck than to remove all of the 5s, you would change the game of blackjack from a negative expectation game for the player to a positive expectation game. The higher the count is, the more you bet. The Omega 2 or Omega II card counting system is a relatively advanced blackjack card counting system created by Bryce Carlson that was more popular in the s than it is now. All other cards count as 0 for purposes of keeping up with the count. Not all systems are balanced. We already discussed balanced systems versus unbalanced systems, but just to reiterate, a balanced system is one in which the count evens out to 0 when you count through the entire deck. Other pages on our site look at the specifics of these other counting techniques. Most players look for a balance of practicality and play-ability when choosing a system. Only 2 values of cards can combine to form such a hand. The Hi-Lo system is one of the most common ways of doing this. So the Knockout System is ideal for novices and beginners, but experts who want to take it to the next level will probably want to start experimenting with some of the more involved systems like the Omega II or the Hi Opt I counts. On your second spin, that same wager on black has the same number of potential winning outcome: In blackjack, though, the cards that have been dealt change the number of potential outcomes. The KO Count is one of my favorite blackjack card counting systems. The calculations are simple enough; you simply divide the number of red slots on the wheel by the total number of slots on the wheel. This estimate is arrived at, not by memorization, but by a heuristic system which assigns a point value to various cards in the deck. Which hands do you play incorrectly, though? Once a card has been removed from the deck, it either makes the deck more favorable for the player or less favorable for the player. Now suppose you get red five times in a row. One hand in blackjack results in a higher payout than any other hand. You can get an edge over the casino by just sticking with basic strategy and raising and lowering your bets based on the count, but you increase your edge by making the appropriate strategy adjustments. Your starting count in the KO system is determined by the number of decks in the shoe. This is where the bulk of your edge from a card counting system comes from. Instead, it uses a heuristic system to estimate the proportion of high cards to low cards left in the deck. The conversion from the running count to the true count requires some division and some estimating. It assigns the following values to the following cards:. With 6 decks, you start your count at , and with 8 decks, you start your count at A common betting spread is 1 to 5 units. One of those is the ace, and the other is then cards with a value of If you removed all of the aces from the deck, your chances of getting dealt a natural would become 0, right? The 3 to 2 payout for a blackjack is where the counter gets most of his edge. Other card counting strategies offer varying degrees of complexity in exchange for varying degrees of accuracy. One way to disguise your skill level is to occasionally make basic strategy mistakes. Card counting uses a heuristic method of tracking the ratio of high cards to low cards. Only once in a while should you play incorrectly, but that should always be when you have a lower amount of money on the line. In order to calculate the true count, you first estimate how many decks are still left in the shoe the device which holds the cards for the blackjack dealer. On this page, we will dissect some of the more common methods including the high opt 1 card counting system, the knockout card counting system, the omega 2 card counting system, the red seven count, the unbalanced zen count, the zen count and the Wong halves method. For example, if you spin the wheel on a roulette game, and you wager on black, then 18 of the possible outcomes are winners. When the deck is rich in lower ranked cards, the dealer is less likely to bust, making it harder for the player to win that way. He claims that Lawrence Revere would filch 5s from the deck and throw them away in some of the underground cards games in which they used to play. As with other counting systems, you raise your bets when the count increases, and you lower your bet when the count is low. And when you ARE dealt a natural, you get paid off at 3 to 2. Some card counting systems go even further and require you to keep a side count of the aces that have been dealt. And everyone knows that the 4s, 5s, and 6s are the worst cards in the deck for the casino. This is a traditional single level, balanced counting system. Just keep in mind that you have to keep up with this math at an almost lightening-pace in a loud, distracting environment. As a general rule, a deck with a lot of high cards tens and aces left in it is better for the player, while a deck with a lot of low cards twos, threes, fours, fives, and sixes is better for the dealer. All card counting systems estimate multiple factors related to their effectiveness. The betting correlation is 0. You can see examples of camouflage in action in the movie 21 , which shows one way in which a team takes advantage of a hot deck. Most casino players think of card counting as an esoteric skill requiring feats of superhuman memory and computer-like mathematical prowess. The effect of each individual card is diluted by the large number of decks in the shoe. Card counting enables players to estimate their relative advantage or disadvantage by keeping a running tally of high cards versus low cards. One aspect of the Hi Opt I system is that it requires a conversion from the running count to the true count in order to remain accurate. The higher the count, the more you bet. These values should make intuitive sense. Besides short term fluctuations in the mathematics of the game, casinos will often refuse to let you play blackjack. The formula is simple enoughβ€”you just divide the count by the number of decks you estimate are left in the shoe. Some cards are worth 2 points, while others are worth 1. The reason for this should be obvious, but a simple illustration should clarify the concept. No matter whether you win or lose on that bet on red, if you bet red again on the next spin of the wheel, your odds of winning are the same: The deck of cards has 18 red cards in it, 18 black cards in it, and 2 jokers. They were afraid that mobs of blackjack players would start taking them for all they were worth, and so they made dramatic changes to their house rules in order to make it impossible to get an edge. Like most of the more advanced card counting systems, the Omega 2 is a multi-level system. The count can also affect your strategy decisions, such as whether to hit, whether or not to double down, and whether or not to take insurance. Card counting systems in blackjack are a means of advantage play in which you gauge how favorable or unfavorable the deck is, and then betting more or less based on that estimate. Entire books and websites have been written about this particular method of advantage gambling. If you have a wide enough betting range, say anywhere from 1 unit to 10 units, this is a remarkably easy and effective system. To adjust for that, you divide the running count by the number of decks you estimate are still left in the shoe. The KO Count works in a similar manner to all other card counting systems. Counting cards is one of the only ways to get a consistent mathematical edge over a casino, but it does require significant amounts of dedicated practice and study before you can reliably count on that edge. The Hi Opt I provides an excellent balance between being easy to learn and effective at the tables. In the short run, anything can happen, and even card counters with large bankrolls can go broke quickly if luck turns against them. A higher level system might give different values to different cards. Practice is necessary, but so is a simple enough strategy. The more complicated the rules for the system are, then the more accurate it is, but you need to remember that your system should also be practical. If you bet on red, you have a Have the odds of getting another red card changed? The Knockout Blackjack system was designed to be easy to use and effective at the same time. When the deck is rich in high cards, the player has a better chance of being dealt a natural, which pays out at 3 to 2. Most people are looking for more of an edge than this simple count offers, though, and they use slightly more complicated systems. You should practice your counting skills at home before trying this in a casino. The reality is that thousands of players know how to count cards in blackjack, and most of them have average intelligence. You start your count at 0, and then as each card is dealt, you adjust the account by either adding 1 or subtracting 1.