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Note that there are the same amount in each group: 2,3,4,5,6 and 10,J,Q,K,A. This is fully covered in the recommended reading. We start with a deck of cards, flipping them over one at a time and keeping the running count. We practice until BS is firmly embedded in our subconscious. One thing about single deck: the true is always more than the running count, both positive and negative, as we always have less than a full deck remaining. Well, the dealer has to follow rigid rules regarding hitting. Normally this would automatically mean Las Vegas, but over Super Bowl weekend there I observed a double deck game where a deck-and-a-quarter was cut off - a horrible stunt by the management. Deal one hand to yourself, one for the dealer. Well, no Casinos offer much in the way of distraction, so we must account for that, too. Programs like this will automatically track your play from session to session, providing valuable input on your progress. We read and study BS, then we run hands at the kitchen table with the book open for reference until we no longer need the reference material. After the last hand run the remaining cards out to check your count. Take your time and build to this point. In actual play there are many individual styles of counting the cards. However you accomplish it, you must remember the count! The long run is defined as beginning after about or hours of play. So, with the radio and TV going have a friend or hopefully supportive spouse deal to you. Each individual will differ in the ability to overcome these distractions, but 20 hours of practice should do it. This cannot be stressed enough - unless we have a solid foundation with perfect BS we will never succeed in counting. At another place that normally had a good single deck game they were dealing three hands in heads-up play, when five and sometimes six is the norm. On certain individual hands this can be as high as three or four percent, but overall we hold about a one percent advantage, depending upon the game and rules. In this age of the computer there is very little argument on what constitutes valid Basic Strategy - virtually every book on the market explains this foundation. The 7,8,9 are neutral in this count and our eye should be trained to not even see these for counting purposes, for they have no bearing on the count. This speed will guarantee that no dealer alive can spread cards faster than we can count. When proficient at this try pulling a card out of the deck, face down. This will give us some 50, hands, a number large enough that it can have some statistical meaning. When you can deal, play all hands correctly, count, convert to true count, pay off hands, and check the remaining deck for the count and are correct on the count in under two minutes with this single deck you are well on the way. Then add a television along with the radio. The average person should accomplish learning Basic in about 20 dedicated hours. Because when we see that low card come out the ratio of high to low cards remaining has changed slightly in our favor. Your validation will come when you say, "It has to be a ten or an ace," and then flipping it over to find yourself correct. This will give you extra time to compute the true while the dealer is making payoffs and picking up cards. This "running" count must be converted to a "true" count to be effective for betting and playing decisions. For a good picture of this read Chapter Six of Blackjack Attack. Basic Strategy BS must be so firmly ingrained that we never have to think about it. We should be able to master the above two drills in about 20 hours of dedicated practice; as always, your mileage may vary. Look around. To do this we divide the running count by the amount of decks left unseen. We are going to use High-Low for this example as it is a simple balanced count, and is perhaps the most widely used system. So it is with blackjack - the more hands we play the closer to the statistical curve we get, the closer to our mathematical expectation. We would suggest using this as your counting method at first - switching to a more complicated system should not be hard once High-Low is mastered, and stepping down, as it were, to a simpler count will be very easy. There are many systems available and they fall into two general categories: balanced and unbalanced. Study them, emulate their language, their superstitions, their body language.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} After totally mastering Basic we will then have to be aware of not seeming to be automatic in play. Well, we want to use everything we can to distract the house from seeing our bets going up and down with the count. Set it aside. Some folks place x number of fingertips on their thigh under the table, some employ knuckle joints on top of the table, some use chips to indicate the count. Be loose at the table. Now we need an act. Then we practice some more. We often see this in "pitch" games, that is, hand-held single and double deck games. Keep score with poker chips or the like. You will invariably need to talk and interact with other people at the table in the casino. In a face-up shoe game some people advocate waiting until the second card is dealt to each hand and counting the hands as whole units, as often a hand will cancel itself out, i. Perhaps another 20 hours will gain this goal with the friend dealing multiple hands to you in the above scenario. Counting does not give us an automatic winning edge on every hand - far from that. The typical player at the tables hems and haws over decisions - we should appear to do the same at times. Carry on normal small talk. After running the deck "guess" what the remaining card is. If the low cards are good for the dealer why are they counted as plus value? She must hit if she has less than The most important card in the deck for the dealer is the lowly-appearing five, as this will make at least 17 out of any stiff hand. First and foremost we must learn Basic Strategy. Card counting allows us to know when there are more high cards than low left in the deck s , and we raise our bet accordingly, because we now have an advantage over the house. Try both methods and find what works best for you. Once speed has been gained consider switching from the kitchen table to a good software package, like Casino Verite by Norm Wattenberg. High-Low falls somewhere in the middle of the pack for playing efficiency. Keep practicing until you do come out even at the end, every time, and gradually build speed. Eventually we will want to approach 25 seconds running the deck down one card at a time while maintaining accuracy. While we can get lazy for betting purposes and use the running count as the true count here in single deck, when it comes to Basic Strategy deviations playing decisions we need to have an accurate true count. One trick here: practice glancing at the discard tray just before the completion of the hand, and see what your divisor is going to be for the next hand. How large is this advantage? People develop very individualistic methods for "holding" the count while carrying on an in-depth conversation - others are fortunate enough to be able to put the count in an area of the brain where they can retrieve it instantly. Every possible decision must be automatic, reflexive. If you happen to have a couple of small children nearby this is even better. Begin with a radio playing nearby and continue dealing out multiple hands, playing and paying, until you are exactly on the count every time. The less we have to deal with the better, and by not allowing our eye to register these "matched pairs" we will streamline our counting. Go as slow as you need to keep the count accurately. Now we start dealing hands. In single deck with a quarter-deck dealt we have three-fourths left. We want to look like the "gamblers" at our table. Why are the low-value cards good for the dealer? Cocktail waitresses will be interrupting every 2. Well, close anyway. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The purpose here is not to recommend one system or product over another - this is just what worked for me in learning the game. Penetration is a key element in winning. This will perhaps be the longest stretch in building our game, taking maybe 60 more hours of practice. I overheard some dealer-talk about juicing the games for the Super Bowl crowd. When the count is high the dealer has just as good a chance to get good hands as we do. Our next step is to start dealing two, then three hands, playing all of them as above and keeping an accurate count. At the end of the deck we should come out at "0". As the dealer exposes the remaining hole cards one hand at a time a quick glance should suffice to carry the count forward. An analogy: if we flip a coin ten times it would not be too unusual for tails to come up, say seven times. Now we begin counting. Card counting is a means of tracking the relationship between the high-value cards good for the player and the low-value cards, which are good for the dealer. How do we accomplish this? Although you will never see this in casino play, deal down to the last six or eight cards. Generally speaking, the easier a system is to use the less effective it is; sometimes the difference amounts to splitting hairs, but there is a difference.