Norm Wattenberger is the creator of Casino Verite blackjack software products and the creator of the graph I referenced in my prior post. He has many other helpful charts on his site, with explanations as to each. Follow the link below to find a further explanation for the chart I referenced as well as many others.
Norm W. was a poster on this site until about a year or so ago. He finally left after putting up with one two many flamers, despite many of our pleas to remain. He is a real gentleman, very BJ knowledgable, has quality products and the most liberal software license agreement in the business. And if you are one of his customers, he will patently correspond with you by email until any questions you have are answered.
I'm not affiliated with him in any way. Just a satisfied customer that misses his presence on these boards.
its the best count out there in my opinion.its easy to use and more powerful then the true count systems.im up 300 units in the past 2 months.you shouldnt make comments about a count if you never tried it.
I went to the GBC the other day looking for a copy of UBZ2, but they told me it is out of print!?!?!?!?! Was wondering if there was anyway i could get ahold of the system, along with it's card values, indices..blah...blah...blah. Thanks in advance!!!
none of the websites that use to carry it have it anymore.rge21 carrys george c's other books but not his main one which i find odd.the search engines no longer have it.it looks like the apple computer from 5 years ago when they almost went under.better product but no customers.i will call the gamblers general store tomorrow and see if they carry it.ill take your word that the gbc doesnt have it.adelphi,if your reading this-didnt you say you bought the book.until then,here are the tags JUST ME and TB if you want to do something in the meantime: 1 1) 2 2) 3 2) 4 2) 5 2) 6 2) 7 1) 8 0) 9 0) 10 -2) A-1).if you buy a index generator and bjrm- you dont need the book-which i highly advise since the book is not well written in my opinion.thats probably why its out of print.its a great count but he took a short cut unlike the KO book which appealed to a mass audience.george went after the pro counter and forgot the newbie.its only about 20-25 pages long.until thursday.