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Re: Hi-Opt II indices
Posted by PitViper on May 01, 1997 at 06:51:33, in response to Hi-Opt II indices, posted by JimmyB on April 29, 1997 at 23:17:43
The .91 BC is without the ace side count. When you
side count the ace, BC goes to .98. That's why I like HiOpt II so well. Side counting aces is almost second nature anyway, since they automatically get your attention when they fall. I
play this system most of the time now, and use the
ace side and a side count of the 5-6 differential
and 7-8-9s in one deck games. These sides don't seem to help in shoe games, but are valuable in SD. I also use 105 strategy indices in the one
deck game, and a separate set for shoe games, as
well as another set for surrender. I derived all
of the indices using UBE software, after finding the card values in Griffin and other sources. I understand that Humble has multiparameter tables for this count at a price that I was not willing to pay. There are several programs that will generate strategy indices. I have used HOII for ten years and average $30 per hour without ever
making a bet over $100 in one deck games. My EV and actual win rate percentage are lower in shoe games even though my spread is much greater.
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