9 v 2 = +2
9 v 3 = 0
12 v 6 = -2
A,7 v 2 = +2
A,7 v A = +3
A,8 v 6 = +2
(Only a few systems with very high playing efficiency would generate the same numbers as AOII. Such as HOII, UAPC, VAPC etc.)
I am wondering if these are exactly correct. Any help would be much appreciated!
If you have the numbers for 1 deck and 6 decks, it will take some math, but you should be able to calculate double deck?
Will probably take several hours lol
For the first one =p. After that you should be able to draw a conversion rate to apply to all of the 1 or 6 deck numbers to get the exact double deck number!
edit: Actually I've posted this comparison before too =p
I now have the Casino Verite' software which generates indices for any counting system, but it also lacks a Double-Deck setting (Only Single-Deck & Multi-Deck). It may seem like nit-picking, but when playing with big money my goal is to create the lowest house edge possible & I would like for my numbers to be exact. I use over 50 basic strategy variations & would really like to know if there are any major changes when playing this game.
Any help would be much appreciated!
Casino Verité allows you to set any number of whole decks from 1 to 10. Try a "multi-deck" setting with 2 decks. If you are still having trouble go to qfit.com and ask on their Blackjack forums.
I use over 50 basic strategy variations & would really like to know if there are any major changes when playing this game. Certain hands draw more concern than others...
You said a mouthful. I dropped my BS variations to 23 and added 4 to improve my game even more. CV Data will help you determine or priortize which hands carry the most importance.