I mentioned in a previous thread how Wong never went from using basis strategy as his base for his non-counting tactics. He never apparently made a study of counting versus warps.

I have been playing with hacking into various simulators, by changing the hold card dealing sequences in them, for various ways that banger play might predict with different probabilities and accuracies tens, aces and low cards. A remarkable simplification has emerged, SUCH that it is best not to detail my results (Oh Clarke, You screwed up your copy of SBA again. Shut up!---example). I will probably repost it later on bjmath.com

If you have ever noticed the pattern of indexes, when rounded in various ways, the line for each total, versus different hole cards, itself seems to also provide a clue for how an index for the weighted probability of the dealers total might change.

Strangely a simple formula seems to provide indexes for different probabilities of the hole card being a ten: propability of the prediction of the dealer having a ten (similar for being pat) multiplied by half the index for that total versus a 7 upcard. You add to the index, when you have a banger prediction, of a ten, half of the index of that total versus 7 ( for 7s boost the index by 50%) multiplied by the accuracy you have noted for your predictions (to restate it slightly differently).

Mark this a could be?????