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Pro Card Counter

Price: $0.99

Rating: 3.00/5 (4 votes)

Description

Pro Card Counter is an android app that allows you to practice blackjack card counting. The app runs on Android 1.5 or higher and is available on the Android Market. It is currently supported and maintained by Piero Toffanin.

Features

  • Supported counting systems: Hi-Lo, Halves, Wizard Ace/Five, Canfield Expert, Canfied Master, Hi-Lo Opt I, Hi-Lo Opt II, KO, Mentor, Omega II, REKO, Silver Fox, Unbalanced Zen 2, Zen
  • Count multiple cards at a time!
  • Customizable dealing speed.
  • Automatic/manual dealing mode.
  • Easy to use GUI.

Where to buy

- Look for "Pro Card Counter" on the Android Market.

About Card Counting in Blackjack

The basic principle behind card counting is 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 (which pay at 3:2 unless the dealer also has Blackjack), and tens improve the value of doubling. A high number of ten-value cards also makes the insurance bet more profitable since that is essentially a bet that the dealer's card is a ten (resulting in a dealer Blackjack). 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 chance the dealer will lose. Contrary to the popular myth, card counters do not need unusual mental abilities in order to count cards, because they are not tracking and memorizing specific cards. Instead, card counters assign a point score to each card they see that estimates the value of that card, and then they track only the sum of these values.

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