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    BJA Strategy

    Hello,

    I have noticed that at 13 vs 2 there is a 0 in the chart. The deviation is Hit at -1. With a 0 in the chart, does this mean anything between 0 and -1 will be considered -1? (TC = -.4 will be considered -1 in the software?)

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    Depends on whether you have it set to flooring, truncation, or rounding.
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    Also using BJA strategy at running count 0, 16 vs 10 CVBJ telling me to stand. I’m pretty sure you hit and stand only with any negative count.

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    Hit. Options-Settings-True Count tab, turn on Use running count with zero index.
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    Ok thanks will try. Also does Casino Vérité app work with BJA strategy?

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    Haven't included it yet. I will when I get the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJcool View Post
    Also using BJA strategy at running count 0, 16 vs 10 CVBJ telling me to stand. I’m pretty sure you hit and stand only with any negative count.
    That may be BJA strategy, but if it is, it's wrong. CVBJ is correct.

    Don

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    Sorry I said it wrong. BJA strategy 16 vs 10 the deviation is stand at any positive running count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJcool View Post
    Sorry I said it wrong. BJA strategy 16 vs 10 the deviation is stand at any positive running count.
    Still not quite right. Stand at any non-negative count; i.e., stand at RC = 0 also.

    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Depends on whether you have it set to flooring, truncation, or rounding.
    From my reading of Colin's book, BJA uses flooring for true count conversion.

    Note that here, BJA refers to Blackjack Apprentice and not Blackjack Attack. It's unfortunate that the two are so similar when reduced to acronyms. We need to be careful. I will always use BJA3 when referring to the latest edition of Don's book.

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