From what I read in this post, I made a few calculations and came up with this: To avoid detection as a counter, lower your spreads. Well you can make a 1-4 spread look like a 1-2 spread. This is how, lets say you take 28$ as a Unit bet. Under TC+2, bet one hand at table minimum, lets say the min is 15$. At TC+2 to +3, bet 1 unit (28$ rounded up to 25$) for 1 hand; total bet: 25$. At TC+3 to +4, bet 40$ on 2 hands; total bet is 80$. TC+4 to +5, bet the same thing, 40$, but on 3 hands; total bet: 120$. And for TC+5 to +6, bet 55$ on 3 hands; total bet: 165$. So this is even more optimal than playing just 1 hand when the count is over +3, with the same risk. And instead of spreading from 25$ to 100$ (75$ increase or 300% increase), you are spreading from 25$ to 55$ (30$ inscrease or 220% increase). But you are actually increasing your profits......

1: Does this make sens, did I make do the math correctly (I rounded up to the closes multiple of 5$ on each calculation and used the 50% and 75% rule, although I think I should have went with the exact number... but I can do that later)...

2: So your max bet with this is 165$ total on the table, and on each hand, 55$. The other way, always playing 1 hand, your max bet is lower: 100$ total on the table instead of 165$. But your max bet on 1 hand is much higher, 100$ instead of 55$. So which of these 2 situations do you think would bring less heat, taking out the fact that one of them is more optimal than the other and also taking out all the other variables that can influence heat...

Thanks in advance...