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    Bi-Count Blackjack

    Sounds like yet another phony system. Has anyone evaluated the Bi-Count Blackjack system? The description of it at Gambler's Bookstore website begins:

    'Bi-Count Blackjack' is for serious blackjack players. It's a brand new system of card-counting that lets the player track 36 cards from a deck with ease while telling the player how best to play out each hand. Multiple deck play will actually add to the players advantage. It is superior to plus/minus card-counting systems with running counts that are virtually impossible to follow and with betting patterns that give you away as a counter as well. It provides a wealth of information which will change the way you play your game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zengrifter View Post
    Only in my younger days when I was still experimenting.
    It was really just another name for very unsatisfying Gay-Count.

    Listen in with Burton Winslow -
    http://player.fm/series/gamblers-boo...burton-winslow
    Right, I had already listened to that-- it didn't really say much. So this is nothing new. Ha I was thinking it had just come out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zengrifter View Post
    Bi-Counts never fully come out.
    That's what I call two-thirds of a pun-- P-U!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zengrifter View Post
    Only in my younger days when I was still experimenting.
    It was really just another name for very unsatisfying Gay-Count.
    Silly boy. 'Bi' means you have twice the options. Options are always good. In this case more blackjack options???
    I measure the results of each session in EV rather than money actually won or lost. That way every session is a winning session and in the end the two will come back in line with each other.

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    The more you explain, the more confused I get. Silly me!

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