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Posted: 21 May 2012 03:49 AM   [ Ignore ]
manley125
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Hey everyone I’m new here and very eager to start this adventure. my question for you all is which is the best method of counting? Ive been using the hi/lo and have it down pat(yeah i know its the simplest) I’m in the process of learning basic strategy right now but if anyone has any tips or better ideas before i get this all in bedded in my brain please let me know. also I’m 20 so ive never even been in a casino but have till next year to get this all down then i want to hit it pretty hard.

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Posted: 22 May 2012 09:19 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
Dr Wogga
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Depends on how much time and effort you want to put in….......
Higher level counts like Uston APC or Revere APC 14 count are very hard to master but definitely professional level systems. There are contrary opinions that believe the positives of 3 and 4 level systems are negligible in real casino play. The naysayers point to the effort involved in playing these multi-level systems perfectly - they are very mentally exhausting and the propensity to make mistakes, especially as one tires, negates the slight mathematical gains.
If you want an easy system that is stronger than a simple one level count, try learning Advanced Omega II. Pretty easy to master and a nice system for a part-time player, like myself.

Most important, before playing even one hand of blackjack - and before learning any counting system, you have to master basic strategy - for all games. The way your post read, you sounded like you were putting the cart before the horse in learning a simple system prior to mastering basic strategy. Part of the benefit to card counting is using the count to deviate from basic strategy, so you need to have BS down cold.

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Posted: 29 January 2014 03:00 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
Kenisha
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Thanks for info.

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