This count is not linear (with the ace side count) because it subtracts each excess ace played -8 every 12 cards. Additional excess aces remaining, count as +8. The full deck of 52 cards are based on 16 tens and 32 non tens (no aces here) and represent the exact blackjack frequency of 4.83% with the remaining 4 aces. So can a ten count that counts the 10's as -2 and non-tens (excluding aces) as +1 be merged with the ace side count that adds +8 (for every additional ace than normal) and subtract -8 (more aces played than normal) from the ten count every 12 cards be run in computer simulation software such as Casino Verite?