# Thread: For Gramazeka (HO2, AO2, BRH-0, EBJ2)

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## For Gramazeka (HO2, AO2, BRH-0, EBJ2)

I do not want to open a separate topic, for this I will ask my questions here for Kakarulo. I'm interested in comparing several systems at different spreads. Let it be 6 decks, pen 4/ 6 , spread 1-20 and 1-50.

1. AO 2 vs Hi Opt 2.
2. EBJ 2 vs BRH 0.

My academic interest is this - at what spread would AO 2 outperform Hi Opt 2 due to its more powerful BC? And due to what BRH 0 outperforms EBJ 2?

https://www.blackjackinfo.com/commun...r-6deck.12920/

See post by BRH

He put BRH 0 higher than RPC.
Code:
``` Here are the answers to your questions:

Sims conditions: 6D-S17-DOA-DAS-SPA1-SPL3-NS, 4.5/6, R22 plays, 50 billion rounds each, play-all, heads-up.

1)

1-12         1-16         1-30         1-40

Hi-Opt II/A    25.53         29.74        36.91        39.34

Omega II/A    24.67         28.80        35.84        38.23

Hi-Opt II        21.89         25.68        32.15        34.33

Omega II        21.11         24.82        31.16        33.29

2)

1-12         1-16         1-30         1-40

BRH-0          22.77         26.79        33.71        36.07

EBJ-2             22.53         26.50        33.35        35.69

The problem with EBJ-2 is that it counts the nine. While this improves BC, on the other hand it decreases IC and PC/PE.

BRH-0

BC = 0.9799

IC = 0.7852

PC = 0.7774

EBJ-2

BC = 0.9854

IC = 0.7462

PC = 0.7713

BRH-0 is actually Red-7 or Double Red-7 and can be played in both RC and TC modes.
In fact if you look at my CAC/71 system you will see that by doing (2*pc+sc) I am using DR7 in TC mode but ONLY for betting.
In EBJ-2 the idea was to increase BC by counting nines, but as I said before, this decreases IC and PC/PE.

BRH-I is HALVES but not counting nines. The same problem occurs here as with BRH-0 and EBJ-2 and that is why BRH-I outperforms HALVES.

BRH-II is ZEN with an side count of aces.

Enjoy!

Sincerely,
Cac
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It turns out that a properly configured Red Seven system beats RPC? ))

UBZ beats Halves? See post by BRH-

“True
------
Brh-1
UBZ11(unb)
Wong Halves
Zen
Brh-0(unb)
RPC
K-O(true)
Red-7(true)[Brh-0-lite]
Hi-Lo“

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Umm, I know Brett and have difficulty with this. Of course, depending on the many variables, many things are possible.

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Originally Posted by Gramazeka
It turns out that a properly configured Red Seven system beats RPC? ))

UBZ beats Halves? See post by BRH-

“True
------
Brh-1
UBZ11(unb)
Wong Halves
Zen
Brh-0(unb)
RPC
K-O(true)
Red-7(true)[Brh-0-lite]
Hi-Lo“

Under the same conditions that I used in my previous comparisons (6D,S17,DOA,DAS,SPA1,SPL3,NS,4.5/6,R22), I would say NO.

My order is as follows:

BRH-I (TC)
HALVES (TC)
ZEN (TC)
UBZ2 (TC)
RPC (TC)
DR7/BRH-0 (TC)
UBZ2 (RC)
EBJ-2 (TC)
TKO (TC)
DR7/BRH-0 (RC)
KO (RC)
HI-LO (TC)

Sincerely,
Cac

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Originally Posted by Cacarulo

Under the same conditions that I used in my previous comparisons (6D,S17,DOA,DAS,SPA1,SPL3,NS,4.5/6,R22), I would say NO.

My order is as follows:

BRH-I (TC)
HALVES (TC)
ZEN (TC)
UBZ2 (TC)
RPC (TC)
DR7/BRH-0 (TC)
UBZ2 (RC)
EBJ-2 (TC)
TKO (TC)
DR7/BRH-0 (RC)
KO (RC)
HI-LO (TC)

Sincerely,
Cac

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What software are you using? SBA ?

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Originally Posted by Gramazeka
What software are you using? SBA ?
I'm using my software.
Apparently you don't like my ranking very much, do you?
If you are not convinced you can use CVDATA/CVCX. You simply generate a set of 22 indexes (R22 = Catch-22 but changing 10vT to TTv4) and then run 50 billion rounds for each simulation.
You can also use SBA.

Sincerely,
Cac

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In order for the BC parameter to work well, we must fine-tune the deck divider and calibrate the bets according to our advantage. What deck divider do you use in simulations?

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Originally Posted by Gramazeka
In order for the BC parameter to work well, we must fine-tune the deck divider and calibrate the bets according to our advantage. What deck divider do you use in simulations?
In these cases I used floored indices with exact decks remaining and the SCOREs were calculated using optimal bettings.

Cac

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I understand that you have exact cards as a divisor? Or like a quarter of a deck? Half deck? For example, where HO 2 will bet 10 units, then AO 2 will bet 11 units at the same time, according to the dictated advantage.

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