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Re: So rules/# of decks/shuffles are no biggie?
Posted by Just Wondering on 2 October 1999, at 10:23 p.m., in response to Re: So rules/# of decks/shuffles are no biggie?, posted by Moe on 30 September 1999, at 11:33 p.m.
Rules, # of decks and shuffle point ARE VERY IMPORTANT.
My suggestion is that if you are that proficient with the Uston +/-, and you are successful using it, put your effort into finding the best games (rules, shuffle point and the fewer decks the better) and your "act".
Remember the KISS principle. Arnold Snyder has written that simple is better, and he also says that most players, even professionals should use a one level count.
Have you run the playing indices for T-Hop 1? I think it would be a good and practical count and wouldnt mind trying it myself.
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