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Re: K-0 and Uston SS counts?
Posted by Pete Moss on Tuesday, 3 February 1998, at 7:31 p.m., in response to K-0 and Uston SS counts?, posted by Brian Flanagan on Monday, 2 February 1998, at 2:38 p.m.
Betting correlation is just the correlation coefficient between the count system and a "perfect" non-integer count based on "the effects of removal". It is just a number that can be used to get a rough idea of how good the card tags are for betting purposes. It does not say anything about how the tags are used. In particular, it does not say anything about true count, "fudging", or anything like that.
Playing efficiency is another number, and in my humble opinion, not a very useful one. Others disagree.
Luckily, you don't need those numbers to compare systems. You can simulate. Simulations show plain K-O without true count, side counts, or any fancyness, compares quite favorably overall with true-counted Hi/Lo.
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