Moses- welcome aboard.
I know you from Norm's site (Blackjack Forum). You really should stay away from casino's.
Here we go again...But why is that? Do you plan any single deck at all?
You can't guarantee that an ace or ten is the next card though. And you don't staff in a high count to preserve high cards, it's the mathematical correct play at that point.
Nobody in the blackjack world would tell you to hit that hand if the count is high:-) A recent post...But that isn't my purpose. I'm wondering if anyone knows how to run a simulation where at the conclusion one could see that hand by hand breakdown at each count. For instance, doubling on 11 vs. 10 at +3,+2 -3,-2 etc etc.
Probably have to purchase the software to run sims.
Purchasing software isn't the problem. Finding the software to break it down hand by hand at each incremental count is. I was told it could be done but have yet to find the sim that can give this information. Maybe it can't be done.
I've never purchased or used any counting software. I don't know that the ones out there have the info you're looking for, but whether they can or not, I'm sure it can be somehow.
Thank you for replies. What is your game? single, double, multiple deck? 1 on 1 ag. dealer, 2 players, uo to 7 players. Just curious.