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Re: The Ace-Deuce Count

Posted by T-Hopper on 22 March 1998, at 6:48 p.m., in response to Re: The Ace-Deuce Count, posted by JORGE on 22 March 1998, at 5:38 p.m.

The ace-deuce count is designed to be used to combine a pair of couting systems. It has very little meaning on its own. What you do is take a playing system such as Hi-Opt I and a betting system such as High-Low, and subtract one from the other. By the primary(playing) count and a secondary count which can be added when appropriate, you get the playing efficiency of the playing count and the betting efficiency of the betting count.

Here are some secondary count examples.

Hi-Opt I/High-Low 2 +1 A -1 T-Hop 1/K-O 2 +1 A -1 Hi-Opt II/Revere Point Count 3,6 +1 A -2 Omega II/Halves 3,5 +1 A -2

The secondary count is easier than an ace side count because the adjusted count can be figured instantly by adding the numbers together. You don't even have to use a true count if you don't want to.


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