๐Ÿ”ฅ Blackjack School แˆ Lesson 23 - Beating the Double-Deck Game - Part 3

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Double Deck Blackjack is far more volatile than Multi-Deck for the following reasons; Deck Memo. Obviously many of these index numbers will rarely occurโ€‹.


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Beating the double-deck Blackjack game requires that you first find a is produce a Basic Strategy Matrix that shows an โ€œindexโ€ number for.


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The two most challenging tasks for a card counter are to keep a This is a number that tells the AP the correct point at which to diverge from basic strategy. Wong gives these indices for single-deck blackjack (H17) using the.


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Card counting index numbers are confusing when you first start. For my example, I'm going to use a few Hi-Lo index numbers for a 6 deck H17 game. To be clear, these two statements mean exactly the same thing: of blanko-crimea.ru, very few can rival Ken's experience and knowledge of blackjack.


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Why do you post under 2 accounts? I do play rated. Every casino and condition is different, and I'm not exactly too sure what yours is.

Hey guys, After reading several blackjack forums on this question, I came to the decision on keeping my KO system for Double Deck. However since you're double deck blackjack index numbers rated there's nooooo way they'll tolerate this action if you play unrated within a short time frame IMOthey choose to tolerate it for now.

The pivot in an unbalanced system should match the most important decision you'll make - probably Wonging in or out if you do that, or the jump to max betting.

Am I expected to lose from to possibly winning 9k? Good luck! WillyC offered to help earlier in the thread, but I don't appear to have PM privileges yet so I can't contact him directly. My only concern with that is if they tell venitian regarding my status which would suck because they love me over there and are constantly inviting me to BJ tournaments and free rooms.

I actually do 2 X bets. One of the Blacjack forums member stated: "KO is quite okay. I don't know how the inside of this works. Just make sure you shift everything, or you may end up making costly plays like doubling A9 v. Here's an updated graph at 25 to 2x Last edited by tiger; at AM.

Likewise, move up to Level 2 learn more here when you've mastered Level 1.

If you've played poker before, you should know what that means theoretically and double deck blackjack index numbers it's effects in practice. I'm assuming you're spreading upto 2x since 2x is too big of a spread. The first observation is surruptitious.

Im trying to devise the best system for myself against the double deck game here at my local indian casino. They probably want to see if you're a potential whale or an ap. I'm guessing this is barona. Only 6 cards came out so not enough sample size.

I know this thread is pretty stale, but willyc offered to send the OP indices for the unbalanced zen II if he was interested. PM with the rules of the game you're playing if you want me to send you the indices. I was trying to practice HiOpt2 and realized its definitely going to take some time.

This actually sounds like a great game now especially since you're allowed to spread upto 2 hands and that there's late surrender offered. Starting at 0 and shifting your index numbers is exactly the same; lots of players struggle with negative numbers at least early on and do that.

Originally Posted by bef99hwk. For a counter, late surrender is more important than s It's probably online at wizardofodds somewhere. If I recall correctly, KO should perform similar to hilo if anything, just very slightly inferior.

Are you playing rated or unrated?? You'll lose more in mistakes than you gain in EV if you haven't. My guess is KO with a sc of ace is probably doable and it'll significantly increase your PEbut that'll require research on your own part with probably programs like CVData.

Just going off of forum threads at another site. There's info leaked here and there. Originally Posted by Vand2. It would be my first back off and that in itself is exciting. THanks so much for all of that wealth of information. Your choice of system will be in part dictated by how you play.

If I were to guess, s17 is more important for a non-counter since surrender becomes less and less win long term to a ploppy and can even become hazardous.

No sign of backoff yet. It's good to see people attempting this. For double deck, playing efficiency is going to be way way more important than betting correlation.

Unbalanced Zen is a great trade off between power and ease of use. Coming from a poker background, I think it's really easy to underestimate the variance of blackjack as the variance in poker is so much lower and the winrate is so much higher compared to blackjack.

Sometimes even more. However I've never heard of a DD game with surrender there's probably only a few offered in the country assuming you're from the us and since late surrender is offered which is ridiculously goodI don't think there's a need to increase your bet size unless conditions tell you otherwise and that you can get away with it.

Don't take my word for it These are just my educated guess. Another double deck blackjack index numbers in mind is I don't know if there's any material on KO with a sc. I try to flat bet for the most part because he gets intimated but honestly if I get backed off its not the end of the world.

I think as long as you're doing everything correctly and you continue to play noticed, you'll inevitably get the tap. I dont go to a blackjack forum but was reading the archieve BJ message board that you can no longer posts on.

One thing I regret was not learning zen or hi-opt 2 after breathing hi-lo and hi-opt 1 for hundreds of hours.

Also, don't take this the wrong way, but it may be that they're tolerating your action because you failed the skills check. Do it when you're so comfortable with KO that you have excess brainpower. What I read is that Indian Casinos are trying double deck blackjack index numbers compete with Vegas so they offer a better game hence the late surrender.

Isn't cborders your other account? I will research the Opt Hi II with side count of aces. I dont have experience though. Originally Posted by xelemental. You've already had a skills check called by the time you're observably observed. Even just one hand is 12x spread. The score on this game is sorta too good not for them to overprotect imo.

Playing differently when the pit boss is watching is a sure sign that you want to hide. It doesn't sound like a count popular enough for people to write materials on.

KO is nice because I never have to convert the true count. It seems to be the exact same thing unless im missing something. Here's KO. What you're concerned about is being flyered and that you're blacklisted in some type of system like osn or griffin if that still exists.

I'm no expert like z. Ill stick to KO for now. Lets say my IRC is at 0 and my key count is 5. Perhaps game select heavily and just backcount shoe games with the rest of your time, since I don't expect the EV in that game to be high unless you spread more than the recommended amount for a DD.

But I think the casino so far enjoys the action because sometimes I lose big but for the most part, I win big. No, unfortunately not.

Adding side counts should be done, well, on the side. But your probably right, the pit boss at this casino here in CA indian resort loves to stand behind the dealer and just watch me. I know they use to offer a really good single deck game. If you do you can produce them yourself. It can be fun or frustrating, so I think it's always better to play considerably over-rolled rather than under-rolled. No way you spread that big at DD and dont get booted sometime in future Thats basically like a 24x spread? Sorry im still new to all of this. Wow thanks so much for all the useful information all. What matters most though, is that you're able to use whatever system you choose effectively. Appreciate all of the help. There's no point having a fancy count if you can't maintain it. Remember, you're probably being watched all the time, so having the pit boss there is mostly to see how you react. Listen to what the veteran posters have to say and take their words over mine, although my guess is they'll probably say the same thing btw, which forum is this? Here's Hilo. I just couldn't get myself to dump all the intuition I've acquired from those counts and adjust to another count. If I were to guess, they probably have you flagged as a counter by now. That's pretty damn good I also remember a poster by the name of KJ or Ke. Can anyone help with this?