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    2 deck indices h17 ndas

    Looking for 2 deck indices for h17 ndas for basic hi-low... I have BJA3 and Professional Blackjack can’t seem to find more than just the illustrious 18 but i am running on very little sleep so I would greatly appreciate any help, thanks everyone.

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    just purchase CVDATA and make your own indexes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green21 View Post
    Looking for 2 deck indices for h17 ndas for basic hi-low... I have BJA3 and Professional Blackjack can’t seem to find more than just the illustrious 18 but i am running on very little sleep so I would greatly appreciate any help, thanks everyone.
    Just use I18 and wong out when the count gets bad. They watch 2D closer...making crazy deviations will often draw attention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Counting_Is_Fun View Post
    Just use I18 and wong out when the count gets bad. They watch 2D closer...making crazy deviations will often draw attention.
    Making crazy deviations makes one look like a ploppy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeBabar View Post
    Making crazy deviations makes one look like a ploppy.
    Yeah, said nobody ever. You don't even know basic strategy, much less deviations lol. Keep doing your thing Zeebabe

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeBabar View Post
    Making crazy deviations makes one look like a ploppy.

    I agree, especially when you are making some of the more extreme deviations, like doubling 7 v 6 or even doubling A8 or A9. It is also important to recognize that making errors (cover plays) does not generally make you look like a ploppy (there are some exceptions obviously, like insuring a 20). Casino staff generally can't tell the correct play from the wrong one anyway.

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    All do respect Counting is fun, I’m not looking for advice on how to play it, I’m looking to see if someone can point me to the indices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green21 View Post
    All do respect Counting is fun, I’m not looking for advice on how to play it, I’m looking to see if someone can point me to the indices.
    Lol ok fine, then see post #2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Counting_Is_Fun View Post
    Lol ok fine, then see post #2
    There you go showing your arrogance yet again. Time after time, post after post, claiming you know forum members, how they think, what they know.......grow up!

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    Ok, I have cvcx and do not have cvdata... I assume cvcx cannot generate the deviations I’m looking for. Are they not published anywhere? I’d think some of them are worth knowing for a deeply cut DD. And I agree that while some of them can draw unwanted attention (splitting tens is the obvious example), I believe a lot of them can help you look like a ploppy (hitting hard 12v5 or 6 for example).

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