If it can, can a bet spread of 1-2 beat it? A couple of times I was playing it using Complete Zen for single decks and spreading from
1-4 and the pit started to take notice. I figured because the house thinks counters don't play 6:5 I could get away with the 1-4 spread but it seems, not so. So, can a 1-2 spread using Hi-Opt.2 or AO2 beat it?
Can 6:5 be beaten with a flat bet using High-Opt.2 or Advanced Omega?
I would think that because those counts have higher PE's that even if you don't get paid much for a blackjack you'd still make money from the other bets you've won due to basic strategy departures. Is that reasoning right or wrong? Lance Humble says in his book "High-Opt 2 System For Winning At Casino Blackjack" that you can flat bet a single deck game and still have a 1% advantage, but he wasn't talking about the 6:5 game.
Has anyone ever used those two counts against 6:5 and what were your results? I'm more interested in AO2 since it's more similar to Zen.