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on the topic what system should i use? Consider the
following excerpt: i go to $2,000 or more betting
only $5 chipsi would like the indices to be perfecti
shouldn’t be looking for a better strategy since
i do so ill but i want to use the best.
Obviously i can do little to help this gentleman,
but for others who have not been quite so successful
i would advise that they avoid the awkward integers
associated with the more complex counts. Using the
best one-level system you can achieve either a 64%
playing efficiency or a 97% betting efficiency, and
so the small sacrifice seems justified when i consider
the ease on the memory as ill as the decreased likelihood
in addition, the simple plus or minus one systems
are much more easily modified by inclusion of other
information. i will see in the next site that to raise
strategy efficiency above 70% one must invoke separate
parameters, and one of the easiest ways to do this
is to use knowledge of the uncounted (zero-valued)
cards not recognized by a simple level one system.
you're heads-up and the limit on the number of raises
has been lifted, you should keep re-raising with the
best possible hand, as long as someone else can't
have the same hand with a better draw.
When the betting reaches a certain level, called the
cap, no further raises are permitted. Some clubs permit
one bet and three raises, while others permit an initial
bet and four raises. Most clubs remove the cap when
only two players remain heads-up in the pot. That
is, with two players, unlimited raises are permitted.
(That is usually not the case in tournaments, however.)
second two rounds, bets proceed in multiples of $4.
Because the blind bet no longer starts the action,
the first player may now choose to not bet (check).
The betting is exactly the same as at the first two
levels; the only difference is the bet size.