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Re: KO and "Floating Advantage"

Posted by Ken Fuchs on Tuesday, 27 January 1998, at 2:41 p.m., in response to KO and "Floating Advantage", posted by Count DeMoney on Tuesday, 27 January 1998, at 1:16 p.m.

I believe that K-O does make use of the "floating advantage"
in single deck games. Imagine this: in single deck the
Key Count (where you first start to raise your bet) is +2
(when starting at zero). If you see +2 after the first
round of heads-up play, it is like a true count of +2,
that seems to make sense. After half a deck, a +2 is
actually a K-O nuetral count...but this is where the
floating advantage starts to kick in. A nuetral count
with half a deck remaining is probably advantageous to
the player. So, it is alright to still raise your bet
here.

Regards,
-Ken Fuchs


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