# Card Counting System Comparisons

## ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BLACKJACK

This table lists all blackjack card counting systems that are listed in this book. 1)If you see an error or if I missed something, let me know.  Mobile users may only see a portion of this chart.  To see the full chart, expand your browser width greater than 760px. For ease of use of some of the more popular systems refer to Norm Wattenberger’s site at QFIT.com.2)If the Ace is counted as 0, then the Betting Correlation (BC) suffers.  The BC improves with a side count of aces.   For example, if aces are side counted in the Omega II count and properly used to adjust the true count it can improve the BC from 0.92 to 0.99.6)SUM = SUM OF POINT VALUES = (A+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9)*4 + (T*16)
If SUM = 0 then count is balanced!

CountA23456789TBC+PE+ICSUMNOTE
AceMT
-1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-1
.89
.49
.84
2.22
-20
Unbalanced
AWK-211121000-1.96.4.601.960
(Courter/Tibbetts)
-1
1
1
1
1
1
.5
0
-.5
-1
.99
.55
.74
2.28
0

-.5
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
-1
.95
.57
.82
2.34
2
Unbalanced
Andersen (Reppert)-21112110-1-1.97.45.571.990
Archer (Goldberg, Hecher, One-Two / J.Noir)
111111111-2.72.611.02.334Unbalanced Ten Count
BRH-0-222222100-2.98.54.782.304Unbalanced
BRH-I-212232100-2.99.56.762.314Unbalanced
BRH-II011222100-2.91.67.902.484Unbalanced
Bushido-122222100-2.97.6.842.418Unbalanced
Canfield Expert00111110-1-1.87.63.762.260
C-K or Precision Count (Cant / Keen)-11222210-1-2.97.62.802.390
C-R (Chambliss, Roginski)
-1.51111.500-1.98.56.782.320
DHM (Gordon)011110000-1.86.56.852.270
DMPro (Sharp)-21223210-1-2.99.57.722.280Wong Halves x 2
EBJ II
-22222210-1-2.99.55.742.280
EBJ II-U
-222222100-2.98.54.782.304Unbalanced
EBJ III
-21223210-1-2.99.56.722.270
EBJ III-U
-22223210-1-2.99.55.732.274Unbalanced
Graham 2-211111100-1.96.42.642.020
Graham 7-64457430-1-51.0.54.732.270
Griffin000111100-1.84.64.852.330
Griffin 301223221-1-3.90.69.902.490
Griffin 401234331-1-4.90.69.902.490
Griffin 502245431-1-5.91.69.912.510
Griffin 7-64457530-2-51.0.54.722.260
Griffin Ultimate-603745527046270-17-501.0.54.722.260Only a computer could play this 🙂
Hi-Lo (Dubner, Revere Plus-Minus, Braun, Wong, Thorp, Extreme)-111111000-1.97.51.762.240
Hi-Opt I (Austin, Einstein, Humble)001111000-1.88.61.852.340
Hi-Opt II, Accu-Count, Humble011221100-2.91.67.912.490
HNF111221100-2.83.67.932.434Unbalanced
J. Noir Count-211111111-2.89.49.842.22-8Unbalanced
KISS 10.50111000-.75.87.58.812.262Unbalanced
KISS 20.51111000-1.90.62.872.392Unbalanced
KISS 3-1.51111100-1.97.56.782.312Unbalanced
KO (T-Hop Basic, ESP-U)-111111100-1.98.55.782.314Unbalanced
Lima-1011111000.82.27.341.4316Unbalanced
Mentor (Renzey)-11222210-1-2.97.62.802.39 0
Olsen TruCount-111121.50.5-1.96.52.762.248Unbalanced
Omega II, Canfield Master, Griffin 201122210-1-2.92.67.852.440
-111111.500-1.98.54.782.302Unbalanced
Red Zen (Linsenmeyer)-1.52222.500-2.97.62.852.440
Revere Five-Count0000100000.43.15.190.774Unbalanced
Revere Plus-Minus01111100-1-1.89.59.762.240
Revere Point Count-212222100-2.98.56.782.320
Silver Fox (Systems Research, Ita/Green Fountain, Revere)-11111110-1-1.96.54.692.190Revere claimed he used this count in 1954
Tek’s1-1-1-1-1-1-1011.96.54.692.190Opposite of traditional
T-Hop 1 (Hopper)001111100-1.88.65.872.404Unbalanced
T-Hop 2 (Hopper)011222100-2.91.67.902.484Unbalanced
Thorp Ultimate-956811640-3-71.0.53.702.230Only a computer could play this 🙂
Tri-Level-21112110-1-1.97.45.571.990Why? Hi-Lo gives the same BC and better PE and IC.
-112222100-2.94.61.822.374Unbalanced
Uston Ace-Five-1000100000.54.050.00.590
Uston Adv Plus-Minus-101111100-1.95.55.762.260
Uston Adv Point01223221-1-3.90.69.902.490
Uston SS Count-22223210-1-2.99.56.732.284Unbalanced
Victor Adv Point02223220-1-3.92.68.892.490
Wilson APC
4
-1
-1-1
-1
-1
-1
-1
-1
1
.80.21
.451.460
Opposite of traditional
Wong Halves-1.5111.51.50-.5-1.99.57.722.280See DMPro
Zen Count-111222100-2.96.63.852.440
= Popular / Recommended

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Footnotes

↑1 If you see an error or if I missed something, let me know.  Mobile users may only see a portion of this chart.  To see the full chart, expand your browser width greater than 760px. For ease of use of some of the more popular systems refer to Norm Wattenberger’s site at QFIT.com. If the Ace is counted as 0, then the Betting Correlation (BC) suffers.  The BC improves with a side count of aces.   For example, if aces are side counted in the Omega II count and properly used to adjust the true count it can improve the BC from 0.92 to 0.99. BC = Betting Correlation PE = Playing Efficiency IC = Insurance Correlation SUM = SUM OF POINT VALUES = (A+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9)*4 + (T*16) If SUM = 0 then count is balanced!