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Card Counting

Card counting isn't just in the cards

For most blackjack players, card counting just isn't in their cards. It's hard to keep a traditional count accurately, with the constant adding and subtracting and multiplying and dividing, and betting property, hand after hand, round after round. That's why the casinos have actually benefited from the card-counting revolution, because most of the would-be card-counting revolutionaries have died on the felt of the battle. Although card counting has been around for decades, the success stories are few and far between.

Hi Lo Card Counting

The traditional method of card counting in blackjack is Hi-Lo card counting. All current card-counting systems use some form of the count the low-cards count the high cards method, then divide and or multiply, then figure your edge and usually bet that percent of your bankroll. The problem is that most people fail to be able to do Hi-Lo effectively since the average and even high average individual has lack of adequate memory both short term and long term to count cards effectively. Players can get tired playing Hi-Lo or other traditional counting systems for a few hours at a time, and they make mistakes that damage their edge.

The 2.7 Speed Count

The 2.7 speed count is a short hand system of card counting that takes into account the average persons ability to actually maintain head counts of extended variables in Hi-Lo and other traditional card counting systems. Combined with natural intuition it can be a quite effective system that actually beats out the traditional card counting techniques in real play. Dan Pronovost created Speed Count, a method for getting a nice healthy edge at blackjack without any of the overwhelming burdens of the traditional card-counting systems. In fact Speed-Count is so simple that players who failed miserably at traditional card counting will probably have no trouble learning this in a staggeringly short period of time.