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    ReKO and H17

    Hello,
    With H17, some playing variations as 11 vs Ace are @+2 like in S17
    Why ?
    BS (alway double) has a better SCORE and is easier to play

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    because unbalanced systems stink

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    I would guess it’s for simplicity (RE stands for Really Easy).

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    I created a chart comparing 11vA with DD @+2 and always DD for REKO H17, and the lines are so close, you could only see the line on top.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Optimus Prime View Post
    I would guess it’s for simplicity (RE stands for Really Easy).
    It stands for Ridiculously Easy.

    https://www.qfit.com/rekostrategy.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    I created a chart comparing 11vA with DD @+2 and always DD for REKO H17, and the lines are so close, you could only see the line on top.
    Ok
    I asked the question because I found a slight advantage and easier to stick to BS
    Maybe not in 6 deck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RTR2021 View Post
    because unbalanced systems stink
    Thank you for this precise explanation. Everybody agree ?

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    Absolutely not. But the comment seems to be ironic. Reminds me of the ever-yesterday European people sticking forever to manual gear change as opposed to acknowledging the advantages of automatic cars.
    Last edited by PinkChip; 08-25-2019 at 04:45 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wave View Post
    The genius/beauty of ReKO is its versatility between games...thank you Norm!
    Yep. All you need is every initial running count and corresponding bet ramp for every game you want to play and you're all set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoebe View Post
    Ok
    I asked the question because I found a slight advantage and easier to stick to BS
    Maybe not in 6 deck.
    That's it !
    With 8 deck there is a small advantage to "always double"
    With 6 deck advantage is tiny but to "double @+2"

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