# Thread: Are these deviations correct for H17, DAS, A's (only one card after split). 6 Deck

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## Are these deviations correct for H17, DAS, A's (only one card after split). 6 Deck

I've used the illustrious 18 as well as Stanford Wongs charts. This is for 6 Deck, H17, DAS except A's only one card, No Surrender, Double Any two cards.

Insurance - always take insurance TC=> 3

16 vs A stand TC=> 3
16 vs 10 stand TC=> 0
16 vs 9 stand TC=> 5
15 vs 10 stand TC=> 4
15 vs A stand TC=>5
13 vs 2 hit if TC=< -1
13 vs 3 hit if TC=< -2
12 vs 2 stand if TC=> 3
12 vs 3 stand if TC=> 2
12 vs 4 hits if TC=<0
12 vs 5 hits if TC=< -2
12 vs 6 hits if TC=< -3
11 vs A Double if TC=> -1
10 vs 10 Double TC=> 4
10 vs A Double TC=> 3
9 vs 2 Double if TC=> 1
9 vs 7 Double if TC=> 3
8 Double vs 6 TC=> 2

Split 10’s vs 4 TC=> 6
Split 10’s vs 5 TC=> 5
Split 10’s vs 6 TC=> 4
A,8 doubles vs 4 TC=>3
A,8 doubles vs 5 TC=>1
A,8 doubles vs 6 TC=>0
A,6 doubles vs 2 TC=>1

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I have already bought CVCX "Chapter X It" and Casino Verite. I also have Stanford Wong "Professional Black Jack", as well as Don Schlesingers Black Jack Attack. I was just looking for confirmation to confirm my understanding is correct. What are the benefits of CV Data, I haven't really researched it to fully understand what it is capable of?

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Originally Posted by bsdavidson21
I've used the illustrious 18 as well as Stanford Wongs charts. This is for 6 Deck, H17, DAS except A's only one card, No Surrender, Double Any two cards.

Insurance - always take insurance TC=> 3

16 vs A stand TC=> 3
16 vs 10 stand TC=> 0
16 vs 9 stand TC=> 5
15 vs 10 stand TC=> 4
15 vs A stand TC=>5
13 vs 2 hit if TC=< -1
13 vs 3 hit if TC=< -2
12 vs 2 stand if TC=> 3
12 vs 3 stand if TC=> 2
12 vs 4 hits if TC=<0
12 vs 5 hits if TC=< -2
12 vs 6 hits if TC=< -3
11 vs A Double if TC=> -1
10 vs 10 Double TC=> 4
10 vs A Double TC=> 3
9 vs 2 Double if TC=> 1
9 vs 7 Double if TC=> 3
8 Double vs 6 TC=> 2

Split 10’s vs 4 TC=> 6
Split 10’s vs 5 TC=> 5
Split 10’s vs 6 TC=> 4
A,8 doubles vs 4 TC=>3
A,8 doubles vs 5 TC=>1
A,8 doubles vs 6 TC=>0
A,6 doubles vs 2 TC=>1
The indices are correct. Depending on the way you solve the remaining decks, some of the indices may vary at some point, but nothing important. The ideal is that, as Grama says, you should use CVDATA but not to obtain EM-indices but rather RA-indices.

Sincerely,
Cac

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Originally Posted by Cacarulo
The indices are correct.
Well, yes, but the => interpretation for all the 12s and 13s isn't. Indices are for standing, not hitting. So, to give a single example, for 12 vs. 4, we STAND if the index is >= 0. We do not HIT is the index is <= 0.

Don

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Originally Posted by DSchles
Well, yes, but the => interpretation for all the 12s and 13s isn't. Indices are for standing, not hitting. So, to give a single example, for 12 vs. 4, we STAND if the index is >= 0. We do not HIT is the index is <= 0.

Don
Good catch! I missed the directions of the inequalities.

Cac

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Thanks for the correction @DSchles! Also, I'd like to personally thank you for the time, work, and, dedication you've put into this profession helping out folks like me. Greatly appreciated!

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Thank you, the assistance is greatly appreciated @Cacarulo

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Originally Posted by bsdavidson21
Thank you, the assistance is greatly appreciated @Cacarulo
You're welcome.

Cac

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