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Advantage per Running Count, Unbalanced Strategy

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We have seen charts showing the advantage a player has by section of the shoe for each True Count when discussing Floating Advantage. But, what about unbalanced counts?

I created a chart showing the advantage by running count using REKO-F for the first deck in the shoe through the fifth deck in the shoe. In the earlier sections of the shoe, high counts are not possible as the initial running count is negative. This chart is provide with no editorialization.


Particulars: six decks, S17, DAS, LS, one player, five billion rounds per section.

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Updated 06-16-2019 at 04:01 AM by Norm

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  1. dumbledore's Avatar
    Is there much difference with REKO-I?
  2. RTR2021's Avatar
    Can any conclusion be drawn here without charting against a balanced system?

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