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Q. See queen.

QFIT's Casino Verite Blackjack SoftwareQFIT.com. (aka QFIT) Norm Wattenberger’s site for the outstanding Casino Verite line of blackjack software.  Norm’s software has become one of the leading tools of the professional blackjack player in recent years.
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quarter. A $25 casino chip that is usually green or partially green in color. 

Queen of Spadesqueen. (Q). One of four 10-valued cards in a standard deck of playing cards.  If a player knows he will receive a 10-valued card he has an advantage of about 14% or so.
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Click Me!Quick-Eye.(aka BJ Quick-Eye) CRN Enterprises, El Monte, CA. This is an ingenious device for speed reading cards based on the principles of a tachistoscope. It is comprised of a viewing tube and a card-sliding tray and may be helpful for players alert enough to spot cards accidentally flashed by a dealer.BJQuickEye.jpg (17453 bytes)
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Qwik Count. {PCS/L1}. (Jake Smallwood) (1988) A simplified count developed for spouses and friends who can’t handle a regular count but want to help in some manner. You start the shuffle with a count equal to -1 times the number of decks used. (e.g., -6 for 6 decks). Add +1 for every hand dealt including the dealer’s hand each round. Subtract one from the count for each 10 or ace you see. In other words, only 10s and aces are counted but you are keeping track of hands played. This method is based on the observation that the average hand played uses approximately 2.6 cards.
[ Oct 88 Smallwood The Qwik Count BJM ]

EQUIVALENT COUNT (APPROXIMATE)

A  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10
-1 .6 .6 .6 .6 .6 .6 .6 .6 -1

BC = .89 PE = .49 IC = .84

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