Under the 'adjust rules' menu you may select the rules of the game, deck penetration, table limits, as well as several card counting strategies. You may also enter your own strategy. The game will keep a running and true count according to the strategy you choose. By clicking "analyze" you can determine the odds for any situation according to a perfect combinatorial analysis.
Itís too late for the situation you give, but if you could give more details on another case where you suspect the advice is incorrect, that would be helpful. For instance, the odds presented, the rules you chose, and the strategy that applies.
The difficulty in presenting images on the forum is discussed in other threads. It is what it is.
By the way, the simulator does not work using Safari/WebKit/iOS.
I believe the advice given there is based on the exact composition of the remaining cards, not the count itself. If the shoe is rich in 7s and/or 8s (neutral cards with Hi-Lo but would give you a strong 20 or 21 respectively) that may be why it says that hitting is better.
Knowing the exact composition of the remaining cards would not seem to be a realistic "simulation" since in reality the player cannot know that. I would want the simulator to tell me what I should do based NOT on the actual composition of the remaining cards but rather on what Basic Strategy and the True Count tells me I should do.
Isn't the purpose to practice proper play based on BS and TC? Nobody is going to know all of the cards already used, including all of those behind the cut card in real time. I want to be prompted to play appropriately based on BS and TC. Telling me to play contrary to those rules will condition me to play wrong, even if the exact condition of the deck says that you should play that way.
I had a 10 and there was a 2 for the up card and the count was significantly positive I would say the true count was probably around 3. The simulator told me to stay lol. I tried to double and Iím like are you kidding me ok wow.
Hoe lang gebruik je deze services al?