To turn Ace tracking into a complete science, we can accurately calculate the effects of the Ace in "Ace location" to alter house edge.
Hence use Ace tracking in combination with straight counting.
Let x= %edge for being dealt Ace, from theory of blackjack
j = current edge from true count-edge from Ace
f = your edge for dealer having an Ace
y = probability of Ace landing appearing in this round, can be calculated using simulations of shuffles by dealers of different consistency.
u = variance for counting edge
d = variance of Ace location
g = probability of Ace appearing in dealer's hand.
h = probability of Ace landing on your hand
i = number of hands you play/number of hands you play+1
k = 1/total number of hands
z = Additional edge gain by Ace, excluding count information.
Hence z = y(i*h*x)-(k*g*f))
So edge using true count and Ace location is:
z - i*coefficient correlation of hands*j
d = ((i*h*x)^2-z)+((k*g*f)-z)^2
Using location information for kelly betting:
Using counting information and Ace location