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With an abundance of face cards there will be more blackjacks and pat hands IE: dealt. However, you may also choose to use a 'casual' card counting system which is much easier to master. It is important to note that a players decision process, when to hit, stand, double down, etc. You already know that a deck rich in face cards is an advantage to the player. However, this doesn't add up to the same advantage because you have several decks in the shoe left to be dealt, therefore you must use a true count as your basis of increasing your wager. Aces and point cards are assigned a value of Cards 7, 8, 9 each count as 0. If you're at a six-deck game, and the first six cards are small ones, the count per remaining deck the true count is actually just a bit over 1, since there is just a bit less than 6 decks remaining to be played. If you see some guy take a hit on his hard nineteen against a dealers 10 and he receives a two for a total of 21, it doesn't mean that he is an expert card counter. All you need to do is casually observe the flow of cards coming out of a deck or shoe. Card counters do not memorize every card they have seen dealt out of a deck or shoe. The true count in a multiple deck game is based on the actual number of decks left to be played. The dealer may shuffle before all four of those remaining decks have been played, but for true count conversion that doesn't matter. But in the real world of casino blackjack you will never be involved in a game where the cards are dealt down to the last remaining cards. Each card is assigned its own specific point value. The key to this system is to look for extremes. Some of these techniques are difficult to master, while some are easy to learn and master. Casual card counting is something you should always do unless you are following a strict card counting system such as the Hi-Low system. A player receiving a 'natural', an ace and a ten-point card, is paid on his original bet, whereas the dealer only wins the wager if he or she has blackjack. As the cards are dealt, the player mentally keeps a running count of the cards exposed, and makes wagering decisions based on the current count total. Here again, computer simulations of the many different methods of card counting have shown that some of the easiest card counting systems to learn are just as effective as the more traditional and complicated methods are. The absence or predominance of exposed high cards is easily noticeable by casual observation. What's the difference between a running count in a single deck game versus the true count in a multiple deck game? Hi-Low System One of the most popular card counting systems currently in use is the point count system, also known as Hi-Low. Using a six-deck game for an example, if you see about 2 decks in the discard tray you then have four decks left to be played. Card counting also does not allow a player to magically know what card will be dealt out the deck or shoe next. If the running count is around zero, the deck or shoe is neutral and neither the player nor the dealer has an advantage. If the dealer receives a poor hand as the original two cards IE: a point count of 12 to 16 , they must draw another card and they are more likely to bust if the deck or shoe is rich in face cards. The basic premise of card counting is that a deck or shoe that is 'rich' in face cards and aces IE: a high percentage of these cards favors the player over the dealer. The first one is a true card counting system, but it takes work to master it. However, alterations in basic strategy play is sometimes recommended based on the current card count. A deck or shoe rich in low cards however, will always favor the dealer. Remember, you MUST learn basic strategy. For example, if you are playing a multiple deck shoe and after a few hands you observe that very few face cards or aces were played you have a situation where the next hand will probably be good for the player. To sum it up, card counters use a betting system, or strategy, of betting their smallest wagers when the deck or shoe is rich in low points cards, since their chances of winning in this case are reduced. What this means is the number of decks left, whether they'll actually be played or not. So that's how you count cards. But when you see a noticeable absence of high value cards you should increase your next wager. In a six-deck game for example, a deck or more may be cut off by the dealer after the shuffle, but that means nothing when computing true count. It doesn't take a lot of concentration or mathematical calculations, and demands little use of your memory. Yes, it takes a bit of concentration and that may take away some of the enjoyment of playing the game. To determine the true count, divide the 'running' count by the number of decks remaining to be played. Often you will play several hands where the mix of face cards and low value cards are relatively even. This is true for several reasons. Read on. But that doesn't mean that card counting can't be done, or that it can't be very useful or profitable to a blackjack player. On the other hand, when the number of low value cards far outnumber the face cards and aces, a blackjack player can choose to modify his or her split and double down decisions, since the chances of winning these hands are reduced when a low card is dealt to the player after a split or double down. So how does a blackjack player actually count cards? In this case a player should be making their minimum wager or leave the table. Now figuring out the actual number of decks remaining isn't as difficult as you might think. Simply observe how many cards are in the discard tray. With a two card hand totaling 9, 10, 11, the dealer can't double in a a high card rich deck, but you can. The second one is what I call 'casual' card counting and it is something which is pretty easy to do. When the deck or shoe is rich in high cards the card counter will increase their original bet since their chances of winning are now increased. It won't guarantee winners for you on every hand, but it will give you a slight advantage.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Casual Card Counting Casual card counting is just that, casual. IE: Running count of 8 is divided by number of decks remaining, in this case 4, and the result is 2. But its important to read this entire section to understand what card counting is all about and how to use it to your advantage. I will be discussing two methods of card counting on this page. As the dealing of the cards progresses, the credibility of the count becomes more accurate, and the size of the player's wager can be increased or decreased with a better probability of winning when the deck or shoe is rich in in face cards and aces, and betting and losing less when the deck is rich in 'stiff' cards. But considering that the deck or shoe is rich in face cards you are more likely to bust in this situation, thus you ignore basic strategy and stand. For the most part however, you should stick with basic strategy and use the card count as an indication of when to increase or decrease the amount of your bet, as that is the whole strategy behind card counting. Yes, if the cards were dealt down to the last few in the deck, a good card counter would probably know what card is likely to come next. Remember, you don't have to hit these hands if you don't want to; the dealer however must. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Card Counting Let me dispel a couple of myths about card counting right away. Well, there are many different techniques that have been researched and invented to keep track of the cards played from a deck or a shoe. The reason for this is simple; it would give a huge advantage to the card counter and obviously any casino you play in will take measures to insure that this type of situation won't occur. The higher the minus count, the greater disadvantage is to the player, as a higher than normal number of 'stiff' cards remain to be dealt. It means he is either a drunk, a fool, or he managed to see the dealers hole card; it doesn't mean he is a card counter, as a card counter would never do such a reckless thing. As in basic strategy computer simulations, it has been mathematically proven that a deck or shoe rich in face cards is favorable to the player. Thus, you increase your bet.