Blackjack Card Counting System – The Revere Point Count
The Revere Point Count System is classed as a Level II balanced card count system that makes use of the running Count (RC), True Count (TC), Insurance Correlation, Playing Efficiency (PE) and Betting Correlation (BC). This count system is more complex than compared to all other systems and one has to learn the unbalanced card count systems before moving on to the balanced card count systems.
However, Revere Point Count System delivers accurate and precise results during game play giving the user an added advantage as well as a winning edge.
This count system makes use of 5 point values and the confusion is that you need to keep in mind of the point values of the cards, (2, 7) have a value of +1 while (3, 4, 5, 6) have value of +2 and (10, J, Q, K, A) have a value of -2.
The point values of each card are sow below:
The Revere Point Count System deliver great results for variations that make use of 6 or more decks and improves its accuracy making use of the Insurance Correlation, Playing Efficiency (PE) and Betting Correlation (BC) at which you are able to determine the bet units per each given situation during game play.
Although the system is very difficult to use, if you are to master this system you will certainly yield a good dividend on your investment.
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