One blackjack game that I know of gives the player a .35% edge off the top. Six decks are uesd, and pen is 4.75/6. The rules of this game are good, since suited blackjacks pay 2 to 1, DAS, RSA, 6 card unbusted automatic winner, and both 777 and 678 pay 2 to 1. The problem is this game is California style and you must pay a fee to play, which is roughly 1% of your bet. In other words, to bet $100 you must forfeit $1 as an ante. That means the player disadvantage is neutralized(due to the collection) when an additional .65% advantage is added, which is an equivelant hilo true count of 1.2. The benefit is that there is no heat. Assuming a bet schedule of wonging in at 1 unit when there is an advantage, increasing to 2 units at plus 3, 3 units at plus 5, and 4 units at plus 6 and higher, what is the winrate, and ROR with a 400 unit bank assuming the hilo count? What is the winrate and risk of ruin if the Halves count is used instead? Apparently, the variance of this game will be slightly higher than a regular blackjack game, but a true count of plus 5 will mean more in this game than it normally would, since suited blackjacks pay 2 to 1. What is the probability of receiving a blackjack when the count is at plus 5 ,as opposed to 0, and how much more will each additional true count add to the players advantage as opposed to the .56% in traditional blackjack games, due to the 2 to 1 suited bonus?