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    Quote Originally Posted by Philster View Post
    Ok, in my endeavour to know all I can about BJ, I am willing to learn a counting system just to help me have a different insight into the game. I'm thinking about the Hi-Lo system. What do you think? Will it work with CSMs withy several decks?
    Hilo is great. You would be well advised to simply pick Hilo and not consider any other counts at this time.

    A CSM, or continuous shuffle machine, cannot be effectively counted. Do not confuse this with an ASM, or automatic shuffle machine, which simply does the dealers job. The game you play needs to be hand shuffled or automatic shuffled (ASM).

    Don't get distracted by any noise from this point on. The rest is just noise. Hilo and you need an ASM or hand shuffled game. Done.

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    And good work. Nice first step.

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    Thx, Therefinery : - )

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    If you can't convert RC to TC, how do you convert your TC to your proper bet?
    I mean - I'm about one more dead brain cell away from having my own parking space, but this is super basic math. "There's 3 decks left, my RC is 8, so my TC is two-somethingorother", The "something or other" is (generally) irrelevant at this stage in your adventure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wave View Post
    If you find converting a RC to a TC too difficult, the different versions of KO and REKO are good alternatives and have varying levels of complexity, which IMO makes them perfect for beginning players.
    Thanks for being the reason why I said ignore the noise. This is noise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wave View Post
    Since when is a suggestion to a new player of easier, but still effective, counts noise? I'm sure Norm does not think a count developed by him is noise. Stop hating on RCs and TC snobbery.
    It's noise because he picked a valid count already but you want to start a count debate (like so many others). If it were snobbery, I would have suggested he use my count. I use FELT. If only I could remember who created it.

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