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And lastly would you even bother trying to count cards in a six-deck game? Yes​, you can easily count cards when playing blackjack online. For example if we define a small card as 2 through 6, and a large card as any point card or ace.


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Card counting can be just as effective in shoe games as it is in single-deck blackjack. and Aces have a count value of -1, the small cards 2 through 6 have a count Just to give you an example, suppose you are playing blackjack with eight.


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If you apply the basic count, have a value of +1.


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Card counting in decks can help players gaining an advantage in the game. When you use a balanced counting system you keep a running count of the cards​.


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The ❽❽❽casino Interactive Card Counting Trainer is a software tool that will teach you how to count cards accurately ➤ No experience is required to use the tool. Assign a tag of (+1) to every 2- 6 ranked cards and a tag of (–1) to every A. Select whether you want to practice with one deck of cards or six decks of cards.


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Card counting can be just as effective in shoe games as it is in single-deck blackjack. and Aces have a count value of -1, the small cards 2 through 6 have a count Just to give you an example, suppose you are playing blackjack with eight.


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We've (legally) won millions from casinos, and if you take card counting In a standard 6 deck blackjack game each true count will move the house edge half a​.


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I have heard of other casinos that also penetrate more than one hand into a shoe, but I don't recall which ones. First, let me say that I'm not an expert on poker. You should follow my multiple-deck strategy but surrender against aces in the same hands as the single-deck strategy. At the time you wrote this I indicated the house edge according to a fixed set of rules that varied only by the number of decks. Other than my introduction to card counting , I leave that topic to other gambling writers. The more you play the easier it should become. My opinion is that you should only consider systems you are comfortable using and among them weight both the power of the system and how comfortable you are with it. There would be no changes to the basic strategy. Card counting is very technical and by the book.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Sports betting is not my strong point, although I plan to learn more about it when I have the time. In this game there are five community cards and only two down cards per player so a person good at calculating probabilities has more to go on. Personally I like balanced systems but don't know enough about the KO system to comment. Unless you are a card counter, how other players play should not affect what you do. You obviously understand that a deck rich in high cards favors the player and a deck rich in low cards favors the dealer. Card counting is still alive and well. To be honest with you I forget the running count myself sometimes. Maybe I will. However, in real life, when single deck is offered the other rules invariably become more stingy. There is lots that can be done to avoid being asked to leave, like short playing sessions and acting like a typical bad player. There is no best card counting system. Yes, you can easily count cards when playing blackjack online. I have yet to be convinced of any worthwhile opportunity on the Internet to count cards. Normally a sudden 50 times increase in bet size would set off a huge red flag but it seems the counter could do this with impunity in your game. At single deck casinos Boss Media version 1, Microgaming, Unified Gaming you can use the cards already on the table to alter your play sometimes. Other than that all I can suggest is play more. Only over the very long haul does a net profit become likely. I will say it is hard to compare the profitability of sports betting to card counting. You have a legitimate point. I personally recommend the high-low count. However, most casinos shuffle after every hand. The answer seems to be that casinos like to corral their big bettors into certain areas. I haven't done any simulations, but my educated option is a definite yes, this game can be beaten. Don't play too long in any one place. First, it takes a lot of time to learn the theory and strategy of card counting and get your counting speed up to casino play. However counting may not be as effective in Spanish 21 as regular blackjack. It is no big secret that Texas Hold 'Em is the most popular form. Personally, I rarely count cards any longer. For those that don't, software exists to tell you the exact correct play given any deck composition. To the best of my knowledge nobody has developed index numbers for Spanish 21 but somebody should. I have already enhanced the house edge table in the blackjack section to include a wider variation in rules. I try to explain why card counting works in my card counting page. There are some casinos that play into a shoe a little way but not far, and have restrictive betting limits. My opinion is that the serious player should use the most powerful system that they are comfortable with. The best single-deck game is at the Slots-a-Fun next to Circus Circus where the dealer stands on soft 17 for a player edge of 0. Other players are just as likely to help you as hurt you. Although your method is the crudest form of card counting it is still card counting. For most people, I think it is better to play part time. If you feel you're being watched, then get up and leave before they do it for you. Most online casinos shuffle after every hand. Vegas World now the Stratosphere in Las Vegas used to have such a game but I don't think card counters ever took it seriously because of other adverse rules like a blackjack only paying even money. Nevada casinos have the legal right to do what they did. The advantage of card counting depends on how good and aggressive the card counter is. I haven't studied if counting this game is more profitable than the single-deck game, but I would be interested to hear from anyone who is doing as you suggest. Yes, this house edge is definitely low enough to consider card counting. Next door, at the Westward Ho, double after a split is allowed but the dealer hits a soft 17 for a house edge of 0. You might try asking this at www. A book could be written in response to this question. It is just as easy to count one deck as it is to count eight. The strategy to use in this game would be to bet the minimum when the odds are against you and the maximum when they are in your favor. Ian Anderson's "Turning the Tables in Las Vegas" gives lots of tips about looking like an ordinary player while card counting. It is just a matter of counting longer between shuffles. If the cards are shuffled after every hand there is no use in card counting, other than applying my composition dependent basic strategy exceptions. Please excuse me for only scraping the surface. However I'm deeply skeptical of anything that claims to "blow old fashioned card counting away. After taking a huge beating, the Atlantic City casinos begged the gaming authorities for a change in the rules, which they got. In the future, I would recommend being more discrete. Thanks for the compliments. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}There is a trade off with card counting strategies between power and ease of use. However, even the best math genius may make a bad poker player if he can't read the other players or the other players can easily read him both of which I think are true in my case. You're welcome! See my blackjack appendix3A for all the details. Never more than double your bet, preferably only after winning. The typical Las Vegas single-deck game does not allow doubling after a split and the dealer hits a soft With these rules, the house edge is 0. As a card counter it would probably be safe to use a true count from just the last hand played and off the top of a shoe. An entire month can be at a loss. Good question. I had a look at the web site and also found what little he says about the theory behind his system makes it sound like card counting. However, such places generally have strict rules against card counters. Many card counters prefer the multi-deck games. If you can count down one deck you can count down six. Yes, I've seen that bet in Tunica. However, the six-deck game at Unified Gaming casinos shuffles at a random point in the deck. There are different ways to measure the strength of any given system. In the end, it makes no difference how they play. However, this game may be of interest to card counters. In Las Vegas Blackjack Diary by Stuart Perry, the author spent most of his time playing 2 and 6 decks games, as opposed to single deck. As long as you aren't playing at a multi-player table or live dealer, there is no time limit to play a hand. Basic strategy players should stick to the basic strategy no matter how badly the other players play. About card counting, absolutely not, even the best of card counters will lose often. I address it in my blackjack appendix 8. Dealing to the bottom of the deck would not help the basic strategy player but greatly benefits the counter. Not only could this be beaten, but I think it would be a card counters dream. Casinos generally try to keep the maximum bet about to times the minimum bet. Limiting the ratio of maximum to minimum bet is also a defense against cheating and advantage play. Most online casinos shuffle the cards after every hand. There are more complicated strategies out there, that are marginally more powerful, but much more difficult to use. Such high-limit areas tend to have the best staff and surveillance. I agree that side bet would seem very countable.