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    Beyond counting vs exhibit caa

    I have a copy of beyond counting that I bought during my first attempt at ap. I know that an updated version is out. I'm curious as to how much new info is in it and is it a completely new book our just an update to beyond counting?

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    CAA expands on BC with info on more opportunities. It is over twice as many pages, but currently not in print. The version you own is quite valuable, in terms of good information and monetary value. It is worth $300 and up, CAA is worth more, I've seen $2000.

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    The first book is about 200 pages, the second is almost 700. Everything from book 1 is in book 2.
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    The bad part about beyond counting is that alot of the math stuff in the book is way over my head, would be afraid that caa would be much of the same.

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    I never got to use any of the info to practical use due to either lack of bankroll previously or not truly understanding the material. I think ill revisit it again when I become more comfortable at my second go round at this ap thing. I almost bought your copy years ago Zg when you had it listed on bjinfo but you had sold it before I could buy it.

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    I have not read BC by itself but understand CAA entails that and much more, i.e. CAA is basically superior.

    I did not find CAA to be over the head math, of course I don't play all the games so some sections I ignore.
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    For me, CAA has been worth its weight in gold.

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    Beyond counting seems great for a hole carder. Problem is I don't know how to hole card, or even begin to know how to.

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    Step 1, find a flashing dealer.

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