A BlackJack Card Counting Tool
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DescriptionThe basic principle behind card counting is the fact that high cards, particularly aces and tens, are better for the player and low cards, particularly 4s, 5s and 6s, are good for the dealer. A high concentration of Aces and tens give a higher chance of Blackjacks. Low cards are good for the dealer, because the dealer must hit stiff hands (12-16) unlike the player who can hit or stand according to the strategy. Tens bust all stiff hands and will increase the odds the dealer will lose. Card counting gives a positive, negative, or zero value to each card value. When a card of that value is dealt, the count is adjusted by that card's counting value. Low cards increase the count as they increase the percentage of high cards in the remaining shoe, while high cards decrease it for the opposite reason. When a 10 thru Ace is dealt one is subtracted from the count. When a two thru 6 is dealt one is added to the count. Sevens, eights and nines do not change the count. Blackjack a Card Counting Tool Features two different modes. There is a practice mode were you play mach hands and try and keep a accurate count. In Counter Mode you use the app as a counting tool while playing hands with real cards. There is also a handy reference chart.
This application works on iPhone and iPod Touch OS 2.0 and greater.
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