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Posted by jake on 9 May 2000, at 7:45 p.m., in response to HiOpt-11, posted by Phill on 19 April 2000, at 9:34 a.m.
It's HiOpt II (as Roman numeral two). That Canadian psychologist who wrote so immodestly under the name Lance Humble renamed the Steppine count HiOpt II to market a set of decision tables for $200. Why HiOpt II? Because he had renamed the Einstein count to HiOpt and marketed the decision tables for that for $200. HiOpt II isn't available in a genuine piece of literature, but you can buy the original publication (I guess that qualifies as a book) for 80% off the original price from several gambling publication venders. The tables are probably close enough to what you'd get from table generating software.
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