I just stated what I did and I propose Phil to simulate this.
It will be a while before I can simulate this. I will look into it, think about it. It’s not set up very well for multiple seats. And it’s not setup to record results for each seat.
In the shorter term, I may be able to have the simulator deal out the initial two cards for the extra hands, not play them, but only use it to see how the true count at card arrival for each seat tracks to the initial true count when the bet is placed. If this makes any sense.
It would still just track the play of only one seat though.
How about this? Consider a 5-player table including a third base counter. You deal out two cards face-up to each player in the dealing order of a real casino, then you burn 3 cards, and then you play out the counter’s hand. This is equivalent to giving 2.75 cards to each of the remaining 4 players, and it should be close enough to the reality.
All of the above arguments will be resolved by this simulation.