Hi-Lo Card Counting Strategy
Hi-Lo The Hi-Lo (also called High-Low) Blackjack strategy is a Level 1, balanced strategy optimized for Betting originally created by Harvey Dubner in 1963. The Hi-Lo strategy was later refined by Julian Braun, published by Edward Thorp and refined again by Stanford Wong. In Casino Verite, Wong's Hi-Lo strategy is used as published in Professional Blackjack, Pi Yee Press, 1975, rev. 1994. This is probably the most used counting strategy in existence. Most simulations and studies are based on this count. Some people believe this is a problem since the casinos will expect you to use the count. But it really makes little difference. The indexes for this system vary from edition to edition of the book.
Card Tag Values
Definitions can be found at the bottom of Card Counting Summary.
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