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Thread: 2 units at tc 2 or tc 3?

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    2 units at tc 2 or tc 3?

    Hi I’m new just got the software. I have several books I’m flipping thru and some of them have the spreads starting 2 units at + 3 instead of 2 which is correct ? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob6 View Post
    Hi I’m new just got the software. I have several books I’m flipping thru and some of them have the spreads starting 2 units at + 3 instead of 2 which is correct ? Thanks
    Specifics??!!

    Don

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    It depends on your bankroll, the table minimum, your own subjective tolerance for risk and demand for reward, as well as the rules of the game. A game with liberal rules will offer the same advantage at TC 2 that a game with worse rules will provide a counter at TC 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meistro123 View Post
    It depends on your bankroll, the table minimum, your own subjective tolerance for risk and demand for reward, as well as the rules of the game. A game with liberal rules will offer the same advantage at TC 2 that a game with worse rules will provide a counter at TC 3.
    Very nice reasonable explanation.
    Last edited by Freightman; 04-16-2018 at 08:53 AM. Reason: Fix last word.

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    Betting 2 units at tc +2 or +3?

    ]Hi I’m new just got the software. I have several books I’m flipping thru and some of them have the spreads starting (hi-lo) betting 2 units at + 3 instead of +2 which is correct ? Thanks

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    Was practicing $5 min
    At .5 increase per count something like
    2-$10
    3-$15
    4-$25
    5-$35
    6-$50

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    Sorry new to this with my iPhone. Liberal rules. Midwest
    Stand on soft 17
    Das $100 max bet
    And I guess question was assuming I had efficient bankroll $3k I think for $5 table. In the wong book it says if I go more aggressive than .05 there will be more significant wins/losses but after time doin that I would break even or lose. I guess that should be another question. But ya just trying to figure the spread out and wether to start betting at +2 or +3

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    And 6 deck good penetration

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob6 View Post
    And 6 deck good penetration
    I like how you wrote that. Many posters could learn a thing or two about not posting specifics on cut card placements in areas where they have just played.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meistro123 View Post
    It depends on your bankroll, the table minimum, your own subjective tolerance for risk and demand for reward, as well as the rules of the game. A game with liberal rules will offer the same advantage at TC 2 that a game with worse rules will provide a counter at TC 3.
    Very good post Meistro123.

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