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The paper received little attention at the time because it was in a technical journal. One side effect of going to multiple decks is that the game becomes less favorable for players who do not count. At that Fall Joint Computer Conference, which was held in Las Vegas, Professor Thorp was master of ceremonies for an evening panel discussion on the use of computers in studies of games of chance. Tens have a point value of -3 and nines have a point value of Aces are counted separately. Some casinos have since gone to five or six decks. When the deck remaining has more than the normal one ace per thirteen cards, the deck is ace rich and is favorable for betting purposes. Of course, the effects of these differences cannot persist beyond the next shuffle. Among the point count systems still of interest, the most complicated is the Revere Advanced Point Count. In addition, a count of all cards seen is easier than a count in which you must decide whether or not the card is a ten before you count it. Table I lists the better advanced systems. The casino revenue from blackjack has caught up with craps since the tables now are often filled with players. For any other card seen, the count does not change. Furthermore, all of the systems compared are exposed to the same shuffled decks. Such a table is much harder to learn and use than the HI-OPT I table with only one critical true count for the hard eleven total. Thorp next divided the number of non-tens left by the number of tens left. The first good blackjack system was published in the September issue of the Journal of the American Statistical Association. Some of the newer systems have two or more true counts, and we will put these in the class of systems for experts. Now there are many blackjack tables at every large casino. As a result, many non-counters have abandoned casinos with only multiple decks in favor of those which still offer single-deck play. For when other players see fewer winners, they will tend to get discouraged and go to other casinos with more favorable playing conditions. In single-deck play, the good card counter loses a part of his advantage when forced to share the table with others if he cannot see all the cards. The casinos soon learned that they had to be more subtle, and they abandoned almost all of the unfavorable rule changes. If a card seen is one of the high cards being counted, you subtract the number shown in Table I from the running count. At first, this change was in response to wild bet variations made by professionals who could keep track of the specific cards left in the deck. A point value of 1 is assigned to sevens, 2 to twos, threes, and sixes, 3 to fours, and 4 to fives. Before Beat the Dealer, the large casinos had few blackjack tables and those tables were rarely crowded. When the deck has fewer fives left than normal, it is more favorable for the player, and so you bet more. Many of these have switched to the more respectable counting 21 to the glee of the casinos. One example is the introduction and slow spread of the surrender option. One important advantage of grouping the systems into classes is that there is very little difference in the performance between the better systems within each class except for the expert class. If you have problems with dividing by fractions, then you should not consider any of the systems in this table which call for that operation. To me there is very little difference in difficulty between using a running count and using a true count because I have a facility for mental arithmetic. Consequently, because the Revere system has two cards with widely differing characteristics in the same group, it is less powerful for playing decisions than the better systems which have only tens in the high group. However, there are other differences among these systems which would tend to make some systems harder to use than others in the same class. Conversely, small differences in performance less than 0. All of these systems use at least one true count, and that is the criterion we are using to distinguish these professional systems from advanced systems. In Professional Blackjack Stanford Wong reports that the number of blackjack tables in the large hotel casinos on the Strip in Las Vegas ranges from a high of sixty-one at the MGM Grand to a low of sixteen at the Flamingo. On the other hand, differences in error rates can be very important. When the deck is not favorable for the player, you bet less. You also bet more when the deck is rich. Since the early sixties, a number of major changes have taken place:. However, after reading it and trying the system, Dr. To help you make that choice, this article explains how we got where we are and divides useful blackjack systems into five distinct classes. All that count involved was keeping track of the number of fives seen. However, most people have problems with the division operation particularly, and the HI-OPT systems, for example, recommend that you divide by three-fourths when one-fourth of the deck has been played. Observing a player in action is not an adequate way to measure system performance. However, another example of the greed of some casino managers is the barring of players suspected of being card counters in order, presumably, to increase profits. It used a point count for betting in addition to the tens ratio for playing decisions.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Since an ace can be valued at either one or eleven, its behavior in blackjack play is much different from that of a ten. Even if you could achieve one hundred hours of flawless record-keeping and play, it is not enough to fix the performance of a system with an accuracy useful for comparing systems in the same class. This exodus has slowed down and probably reversed the trend toward multiple-deck games, which shows that the laws of economics apply to casinos too. In that system, you also have a different playing strategy than basic when the deck is favorable. The only casino countermeasure which has not met serious resistance is the closing of blackjack tables when they become empty. This is the system which Ken Uston used, and the problems he had in mastering it are well covered in The Big Player. The other advanced systems use what is called a running count. Then, the casino managers demonstrated they had more greed than common sense. Revere has such a five-count system in Playing Blackjack as a Business. Edward 0. The advanced systems use a somewhat more complicated count and achieve much better performance than the intermediate systems. This tens ratio was the index used to find out how favorable the deck was. If the number of cards seen is at least as large as the point of favorability, the deck is rich and you take playing actions which you would not take if the deck were not rich. Developed by Baldwin, Cantey, Maisel, and McDermott, the system was a basic strategy which gave any blackjack player using it an edge in the long run that anyone playing craps, roulette, keno, or slots did not have. This unfavorable change was partially offset by permitting splits of pairs after the first two cards except for a pair of aces. The second edition had an improved basic strategy and a high-low count, which was introduced, by Harvey Dubner at the Fall Joint Computer Conference. Of course, the legality of barring counters is being challenged in the courts. Table I I lists and summarizes the characteristics of the more important professional blackjack systems. That is why that group was limited to systems with at most one true count and a side count of aces. They changed the playing rules to make the game less favorable for the card counters. The first edition had a discussion of the use of a side count of aces for betting purposes. Thorp was inspired. The running count is somewhat harder than the simple count used by the intermediate systems. The most widely quoted measures of performance are the results of computer simulations of one million hands run by Julian Braun. It is handy to have appropriate measures of system performance. Yet the compulsive can now justify his losses with honor. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}What began in a technical journal more than twenty years ago has come a long way since. Of course, these changes also made the game less favorable for all players, and blackjack quickly lost much of its new-found popularity. This does not mean, however, that every system will have the same sequence of player hands and dealer up cards. A number of systems for professional blackjack players have been developed since the early sixties. A new generation of more powerful blackjack systems has come on the scene , and with the wider range of choices now available, you might be wondering what kind of system is best for you. A more subtle change was the switch from a single deck to two or four decks under the mistaken impression that nobody could count four decks. With fewer empty tables available, the good counter finds it harder to be the only player at the table. Furthermore, team play was hurting them much more than were individual card counters. In contrast, the systems in the Advanced Class do not use a true count. I suspect that those casinos flagrantly barring counters will actually decrease their profits. They require decision making based directly on the running count. The early systems were quite crude when introduced because their developers were not using any of the more powerful optimization techniques now available. That is, the cards in the deck are in the same order. The overall effect is much larger with multiple-deck play because more hands can be affected by each difference. If the card is one of the low cards used by that system, you add one to the running count. It also introduced what was then thought to be the ultimate system, the use of a point count as a guide to betting while using the ten count for playing. As noted in Table II, all of the newer professional blackjack systems offer a side count for aces, which some use for playing purposes in addition to betting. Players do tend to go where they get the most for their money. We can put these systems into two classes, which we will Call intermediate and advanced. The intermediate systems use a simpler count than the advanced systems. And, of course, he receives fewer hands per hour, having to wait while the others play. Consequently, some casinos have experimented with rule changes which make the game more favorable for the knowledgeable player. We use these terms- to emphasize that these systems are more difficult than a good basic strategy. A difference of one error per hour is normally enough to overwhelm any performance differences between systems in the same class or even differences between systems in adjacent classes.