I am a blackjack card counter. I was a recovering hi-lo loser at 21 before I discovered my ten count 20 years ago. Yes, the same hi-lo count used by the suckers at MIT in the movie "21". The chumps at MIT went bankrupt according to the History Channel's "Breaking Vegas". My Ten Count(JSTATII) is an upgrade of Edward O. Thorp's Ten Count in "Beat The Dealer". I managed to be barred all over Nevada using my method. Betting with my head, not over it. I hope that you all use my count presented in the videos here. No charge, it is free. You can brag to your friends and family about the fear the casinos will have of you if you play perfect.

I use combinational analysis and a calculator which is more accurate than computer sims. Using subsets really shows the power of JSTATII over hi-lo. For example, we are playing two hands heads up at single deck. Our first hand is A,A and the second is A,9. The dealer shows an ace and asks for insurance. The hi-lo count is -4, not an insurable count . JSTATII differs because taking insurance is a positive expectation event in this situation. +1 with four aces gone with less than 1/4 deck played takes about +3.5 and above to gain the insurance advantage. 4 aces and +1 equals +5, we take the insurance while the hi-lo player misses out and is clueless. We can use many subsets to prove the power of JSTATII over hi-lo.My Ten Count(JSTATII) is as good as Hi-OptII. My next video will explain why. It will be mistake free. It will all be business and we will take as many shoots as possible to produce a quality video. JSTATII side counts the aces, eights, and nines, like Hi-OptII. JSTATII takes advantage of asymmetry situations from the side counts. Combinational analysis with subsets and a calculator was needed to confirm its power. Blackjack computer simulation is insufficient. My You Tube and My Space page has created an "underground railroad" of interested JSTATII counters. I am giving you the important information that is not in the videos and not published. If the casino executives and book sellers who read this board believe that JSTATII is "very weak very weak", my viewers will dominate. I got away with fooling Reno/Lake Tahoe for 6 years in the 90's because of the difference of my blackjack count from hi-lo and other counts. I am willing to take the blows by revealing the truth of card counting at 21.

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I use combinational analysis and a calculator which is more accurate than computer sims. Using subsets really shows the power of JSTATII over hi-lo. For example, we are playing two hands heads up at single deck. Our first hand is A,A and the second is A,9. The dealer shows an ace and asks for insurance. The hi-lo count is -4, not an insurable count . JSTATII differs because taking insurance is a positive expectation event in this situation. +1 with four aces gone with less than 1/4 deck played takes about +3.5 and above to gain the insurance advantage. 4 aces and +1 equals +5, we take the insurance while the hi-lo player misses out and is clueless. We can use many subsets to prove the power of JSTATII over hi-lo.My Ten Count(JSTATII) is as good as Hi-OptII. My next video will explain why. It will be mistake free. It will all be business and we will take as many shoots as possible to produce a quality video. JSTATII side counts the aces, eights, and nines, like Hi-OptII. JSTATII takes advantage of asymmetry situations from the side counts. Combinational analysis with subsets and a calculator was needed to confirm its power. Blackjack computer simulation is insufficient. My You Tube and My Space page has created an "underground railroad" of interested JSTATII counters. I am giving you the important information that is not in the videos and not published. If the casino executives and book sellers who read this board believe that JSTATII is "very weak very weak", my viewers will dominate. I got away with fooling Reno/Lake Tahoe for 6 years in the 90's because of the difference of my blackjack count from hi-lo and other counts. I am willing to take the blows by revealing the truth of card counting at 21.

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