# Recent content by LevelHeaded

thanks!
2. ### Lucky Ladies roundup

can you do this for red seven?
3. ### question about players edge

cool, thanks. im pretty new to counting and have done ok so far but yeah i def need to hit the books. thanks for the quick replies.
4. ### question about players edge

there was probably 1.5-2 decks left.
5. ### question about players edge

im pretty new to counting so i usually double my initial bet when the count gets to 0 and increase my bet as it goes up. i dont have a strict betting system tho, should i?
6. ### question about players edge

so assuming the count was +26 according to the red seven count im using, what was my advantage?
7. ### question about players edge

actually it was 8 deck and i started at -16, its -2 for each deck right?

red seven
9. ### question about players edge

regular shoe game, 6d, dealer hits on soft 17, DAT, RSA, no surrender. The true count was +26 (the highest I've ever seen in a shoe was +18 so I couldn't believe it), what was my advantage over the house once the count is that high?
10. ### Cashing out chips, backed off-ID

thats interesting that some people said to leave and come back later and cash out on a different shift or have a friend cash out. that seems like a really clever way to lengthen how long you can play at said venue. neat forum guys :grin:
11. ### Best technique to physically count cards

grunching here but i look for cards that cancel each other out. like say first base gets a king and four, i totally ignore that and move on to to next players hand.
12. ### Question about CBJN

So if I'm using the red seven count with a bet spread of 6-1 in a DD game with DAS, H17, DAT and resplitting aces up to four times whats a good value for the cut number to be?
13. ### Question about CBJN

Can someone explain what the seventh column which is designated "cut" means. In CBJN it just says "The column labeled 'cut' shows the number of decks yet unseen when the dealer is undecided on whether to shuffle or deal another round. For games with a 'cut card' to determine the shuffle point...