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Re: Which counting system to use

Posted by Bootlegger on Saturday, 6 December 1997, at 11:26 p.m., in response to Which counting system to use, posted by Michael Todd Glazier on Friday, 5 December 1997, at 3:25 p.m.

My suggestion would be to use the counting system that you can play with ease, comfort and accuracy. For me, that happens to be KO, someone else may find another system better suited to their abilities and skills.

It is important to remember that the system you use is not necessarily the most important part of your play. All valid card counting systems work, and most systems perform with only a few fractions of a percentage point between them. More important is the ability to play the system once you get into the casino, and to do it in such a way that doesn't attract attention. Learn to understand what your bankroll can tolerate and don't overbet. Learn what bet spreads work the best for the game you are playing. If somebody said "show me the money" when it comes to blackjack, the money is in the spread, not the system.

Every system has good points and bad points. It's the ability to play the system, understand cover and how much is needed and bet the appropriate amounts that make the difference between winning and losing.



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