Thread: Hit or Stand @ High TC

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Hit or Stand @ High TC

TC>=2

Stand 12 vs 2 and 12 vs 3

 Dealer A HIT STAND 16 Otherwise TC>=3.5 15 Otherwise TC>=5 14 Otherwise TC>=6.7 13 Otherwise TC>=8.3 12 Otherwise TC>=10 Dealer 10 16 Otherwise TC>=0 15 Otherwise TC>=3.5 14 Otherwise TC>=5.5 13 Otherwise TC>=10 12 Otherwise TC>=12 Dealer 9 16 Otherwise TC>=4 15 Otherwise TC>=8.5 14 Otherwise TC>=13 13 HIT HIT 12 HIT HIT Dealer 8 16 Otherwise TC>=19 15 HIT HIT 14 HIT HIT 13 HIT HIT 12 HIT HIT

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Interesting.. how did you figure out these indexes?

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Originally Posted by BJcountingmaster
TC>=2

Stand 12 vs 2 and 12 vs 3

 Dealer A HIT STAND 16 Otherwise TC>=3.5 15 Otherwise TC>=5 14 Otherwise TC>=6.7 13 Otherwise TC>=8.3 12 Otherwise TC>=10 Dealer 10 16 Otherwise TC>=0 15 Otherwise TC>=3.5 14 Otherwise TC>=5.5 13 Otherwise TC>=10 12 Otherwise TC>=12 Dealer 9 16 Otherwise TC>=4 15 Otherwise TC>=8.5 14 Otherwise TC>=13 13 HIT HIT 12 HIT HIT Dealer 8 16 Otherwise TC>=19 15 HIT HIT 14 HIT HIT 13 HIT HIT 12 HIT HIT

Why are you posting these? Are you asking if any of them are correct? It would help if you furnished the rules assumptions and number of decks. What good are a bunch of indices in a void? If Hi-Lo multi-deck, then the very first index, for 12 vs. 2 (+2), is wrong.

Don

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