Blackjack Software

5 comments on "Blackjack Software"

  • Henry Tamburin said:

    Both BJ software are very good training tools. I’m impartial to Deepnet software though because that’s what the developer of Speed Count and I used to optimize Speed Count. (Dan Pronovost) is the developer of Deepnet software and Speed Count.) I’ve personally used Dan’s Professional software bundle to do my own risk of ruin calculations, bankroll calculations, and blackjack simulator (playing millions of hands of BJ.) I also use the software when I teach Speed Count (and Hi Lo), specifically the basic strategy drills, the counting drills, and the simulator to show the affect of penetration and playing rules on your edge as a counter.

  • Insane07 said:

    Hi there – how would you rate Casino Verite software versus DeepNet Technologies’ Professional Blackjack Bundle for Windows?

    I’m down to the two and wondering if you have experience with the other to shed some light on it?


  • tom vine said:

    I enjoy use of this site and have found it very helpful. with what i have learned from the site i have no concern at sitting at casino table. Could u tell me whether the random number generator closely compares to real life black jack. In using the trainer i seem to have a lot of even sessions ie wins and losses are very close in number.

    • Author Ken Smith replied:

      The results you’ll get playing against this site’s RNG or a live dealer should be exactly the same. However, it sounds like you may have been experiencing an unusually calm set of sessions, ending up close to even in many of them. That’s not typical, and is just coincidental. Whether you play live or on my trainer, expect more volatility than that!

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