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Uston Advanced P/M - D1, noDAS
Uston Simple P/M - D1, noDASThis count system is based on the 'Red 7' count system devised by Arnold Snyder and published in 'Blackbelt in Blackjack'.
This is a powerful run-count system that has the unusual twist of valuing red sevens as 1, and black sevens as zero. This is why the count value for the 7 card is displayed as '1r' in Blackjack Counter.
Quite a few improvements have been made to the IRC values, bet values, and insurance numbers. Snyder's original suggestions misrepresented the pivot points, resulting is very significant performance loss in actual simulation and play. Please check the 'Deck data' numbers carefully to see where we have changed the numbers, based on exhaustive simulations in our Blackjack Audit analysis program. Snyder's recommended index values were not changed.
Use the default action tables (Single:/Multi:). Snyder's generic action table is not recommended; use the matching single or multi table. The index sets are matched to these.The High-Low System was created by Standford Wong, but there are many variations.
The system listed here is taken from the book "Blackjack: Take the Money and Run", written by Henry Tamburin.
- Action table: depends on decks and rules
- Index set: Tamburin High-lowThe Ace-Five count is a trivial count system by Ken Uston from his book "Million Dollar Blackjack". It does NOT yield a positive advantage for the player, so it is not recommened for serious players. It does not use an index set.The Uston Advanced Plus/Minus uses true half deck count, and a much wider index set. It still uses the same count values for cards as the Simply Plus/Minus system. The Uston APC System (Advanced Point Count) uses a range a count values, and requires a side count of aces to determine betting strategy.
- Action table: depends on decks and rules
- Index set: Uston Advanced P/M. Since true count is used, this set works with all numbers of decks.The Uston Simple/Plus Minus count is a basic count system from "Million Dollar Blackjack". It's much easier to learn than Ken Uston's Advanced system, but provides positive results.
- Action table: depends on decks and rules
- Index set: Uston Simple P/M. If using 2, 4, 6 or 8 decks, substitute 3, 6, 9 or 9 corresondingly in for the index values.