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    What is the Tarzan count that beats HO2 w ASC

    Forum readers mentioned a count by Tarzan that beats HO2 w ASC.

    If anyone knows Tarzan's count, please post it. I am very curious about this count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjanalyst View Post
    Forum readers mentioned a count by Tarzan that beats HO2 w ASC.

    If anyone knows Tarzan's count, please post it. I am very curious about this count.
    LMAO! Tarzan count is not the only count that beats HO2 w ASC. If you studied up more you would find more counts that could beats HO2 w ASC. Read "The Theory of Blackjack".
    Last edited by seriousplayer; 01-18-2020 at 11:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seriousplayer View Post
    LMAO! Tarzan count is not the only count that beats HO2 w ASC. If you studied up more you would more counts that could beats HO2 w ASC. Read "The Theory of Blackjack".
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    You did not answer my question.

    I asked for details on the Tarzan count.

    Please provide me Tarzan count details if you have them.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjanalyst View Post
    .

    You did not answer my question.

    I asked for details on the Tarzan count.

    Please provide me Tarzan count details if you have them.

    Thanks
    LOL yeah I bet you are curious about that count. So ask Tarzan for his count?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjanalyst View Post
    .

    You did not answer my question.

    I asked for details on the Tarzan count.

    Please provide me Tarzan count details if you have them.

    Thanks
    I did answer your question. The Theory of Blackjack talks about the development of the foundation for the Tarzan Count. It doesn't say Tarzan Count on there specifically. Don't go searching for the word Tarzan Count in the The Theory of Blackjack, you are not going to find it.
    Last edited by seriousplayer; 01-18-2020 at 11:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seriousplayer View Post
    I did answer your question. The Theory of Blackjack talks about the development of the foundation for the Tarzan Count. It doesn't say Tarzan Count on there specifically. Don't go searching for the word Tarzan Count in the The Theory of Blackjack, you are not going to find it.
    You said earlier there are many counts that beat the HO2 w ASC.

    The question is are those counts practical to be used by a counter? If you kept separate side counts of every card as it come out of the shoe of course you would beat the HO2 w ASC but we are talking about practical counts that can be actually used by a counter.

    TOB has a chart called "Incorporation of Zero Valued Cards into Einstein System" and also has a chart with Gordon Count and Einstein count with Auxiliary Groups of cards and the associated playing efficiencies. But there are no specifics and there is no mention of the counts beating HO2 w ASC. And we know if a side count of 8's or 9's are added to HO2 w ASC you could improve the HO2 w ASC. But that is not what I am asking.

    In a threat to a previous post a reader gave me the link below listing the published counts.

    https://www.blackjackreview.com/wp/e...m-comparisons/

    As far as I know, HO2 w ASC beats each of these counts. So where are the many counts that beat HO2 w ASC you are talking about?

    In my previous posts, readers mentioned many times the Tarzan count beating the HO2 w ASC. There was no mention of any other count that beat the HO2 w ASC, so again, where are your many counts that beat the HO2 w ASC?

    So it is the Tarzan count I am interested in since it is the count that was mentioned by many readers of this forum as a great count that beats that HO2 w ASC.

    And your reply is for me to ask Tarzan? I have no idea who Tarzan is so I am putting up this post so if anyone knows the Tarzan count to please post it.

    So if you or anyone else knows the Tarzan count, please post it

    I would like to see this nebulous unknown great Tarzan count that beats HO2 w ASC and that is not in the list of published counts which link I gave you above.
    Last edited by bjanalyst; 01-19-2020 at 05:54 AM.

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    https://www.blackjacktheforum.com/sh...kenspiel/page4

    Read ZMFs post, at least that's the best information I could find about the Tarzan count... Seems like a very interesting concept!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjanalyst View Post
    Forum readers mentioned a count by Tarzan that beats HO2 w ASC.

    If anyone knows Tarzan's count, please post it. I am very curious about this count.
    The SCORE of Tarzan count is in the following thread:

    https://www.blackjacktheforum.com/sh...r-thread<br />

    See post #23 for the distinctions among three levels of Tarzan count.

    In short, basic version of Tarzan count is three columns (2-5, 6-9, 10's) with ASC. The top level version of Tarzan Count divides 2-5 column into 2 mini columns (2,3 and 4,5) and also divide 6-9 column into 2 mini columns (6,7 and 8,9).
    Last edited by BJGenius007; 01-19-2020 at 11:35 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjanalyst View Post
    You said earlier there are many counts that beat the HO2 w ASC.

    The question is are those counts practical to be used by a counter? If you kept separate side counts of every card as it come out of the shoe of course you would beat the HO2 w ASC but we are talking about practical counts that can be actually used by a counter.
    This tells me you don't know your Blackjack. It is laughable and unrealistic that someone who don't know their Blackjack is trying to invent a supersystem to beat the HO2 w ASC. You have lot to learn kid. Yes, the counts that beats HO2 w ASC is practical to be used by a counter. You don't have to kept separate side counts of every card either. One system that beats HO2 w ASC is the BRH II using a secondary count to give BRH 1 for betting.

    Quote Originally Posted by bjanalyst View Post
    TOB has a chart called "Incorporation of Zero Valued Cards into Einstein System" and also has a chart with Gordon Count and Einstein count with Auxiliary Groups of cards and the associated playing efficiencies. But there are no specifics and there is no mention of the counts beating HO2 w ASC. And we know if a side count of 8's or 9's are added to HO2 w ASC you could improve the HO2 w ASC. But that is not what I am asking.

    In a threat to a previous post a reader gave me the link below listing the published counts.

    https://www.blackjackreview.com/wp/e...m-comparisons/

    As far as I know, HO2 w ASC beats each of these counts. So where are the many counts that beat HO2 w ASC you are talking about?


    In my previous posts, readers mentioned many times the Tarzan count beating the HO2 w ASC. There was no mention of any other count that beat the HO2 w ASC, so again, where are your many counts that beat the HO2 w ASC?

    Oh yeah!!! Below is the list of counts that beat HO2 w ASC:

    Tarzan Count
    Gordon Count with side counts
    BRH II combined with a secondary count to get BRH I for betting.
    USTON APC w ASC.
    VICTOR APC w ASC
    Many more other proprietary card counting systems.


    You are too stupid to apply those four counts anyway and you don't know your Blackjack. You wasted too much of mine and other people's time. I even simulated a level 3 count system that could beat HO2 w ASC but I am not sharing that information with you.


    Quote Originally Posted by bjanalyst View Post
    So it is the Tarzan count I am interested in since it is the count that was mentioned by many readers of this forum as a great count that beats that HO2 w ASC.

    And your reply is for me to ask Tarzan? I have no idea who Tarzan is so I am putting up this post so if anyone knows the Tarzan count to please post it.

    So if you or anyone else knows the Tarzan count, please post it

    I would like to see this nebulous unknown great Tarzan count that beats HO2 w ASC and that is not in the list of published counts which link I gave you above.
    You have to figure out the Tarzan Count yourself. Nobody is going to spoon feed you that information.
    Last edited by seriousplayer; 01-19-2020 at 02:48 PM.

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    There are many threads here which discuss the Tarzan count to some degree. Some even display strategy charts for individual hands. Just do a search for "Tarzan".

    As for the details of the system --- some here know, but none are authorized to tell you. Only Tarzan can do that.

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