Blackjack card counting Simulation

Card Counting Software

There are six CV Blackjack card counting software applications briefly outlined below. Each has its own pages with additional details.

  • For all levels of players - novice through pro
  • Practice Blackjack play and count cards in an ultra-realistic casino environment
  • Use 38 drills with scores of options to hone your skills
  • Track actual play with included CVJournal
  • 500 options in trillions of combinations
  • Start simple and add more and more expert methods at your own pace
  • The most important and popular program in the series. This is how to practice Blackjack without recklessly risking your bankroll
  • CV-Blueprint is the software companion to Blackjack Blueprint by Rick Blaine.
  • Half the features of CV Blackjack at half the price.
  • For all beginners and intermediate players that do not wish to invest in the full version.
  • Practice Blackjack card counting play in an ultra-realistic casino environment
  • The most important drills with scores of options to hone your skills
  • 300 options
  • Upgradeable to the full version.

CVCX (High speed simulations/Calculators)

  • For all Blackjack card counters and teams
  • Risk and bankroll calculations
  • Optimal betting calculations
  • Game comparisons
  • Card Counting strategy comparisons
  • 150, 000 Blackjack card counting canned simulations included
  • Built-in ultra-fast simulator
  • This software and CV Blackjack should be owned by all serious players.
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FAQ

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Does card counting work with online blackjack? | Yahoo Answers

Online Blackjack is usually played with 6 decks that are RESHUFFLED after every hand or INFINITE decks, thus rendering card counting useless.
As for which card counting system works best? The most EV+ one you CAN/WILL learn, as the absolute best method (remembering the ratio of difference between EVERY card, not just the ratio between 2-6 and 10-A) would require you to remember every card, and I don't think you will learn that, let alone can.
I would just stick to the Hi-Lo method, and try to master it. As long as a six deck shoe is reshuffled after 4.5 decks have been used, you shoul…

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