I'm new to this forum and am a relatively new BJ enthusiast( 1 year's worth). I know simple basic strategy perfectly and routinely play 6-deck shoes.I usually love/ occasionally abhor this damned game but want to improve. I'm interested in learning a count system that can be applied under casino conditions without experiencing an emotional aneurysm..ie..a good starter system. I have a ton of apparently credible info on many of these options and have settled on three potential unbalanced, single-level protocols..the KO, KISS system/s, and the Red 7 counts. As I understand these, their application, initially at least, don't require true conversion/ side counts. Yet, it appears as 'starter' systems they provide for reasonable BE, PE, and overall accuracies(relative to the balanced or multi-level systems). I'd like some input from your perspective. Additionally,
I'd appreciate any comments regarding lucky/ unlucky 'streaks'..ie card personality (how one's performing against the dealer,etc.) I've read considerably about expected losses , standard deviations, 'wild swings', etc. In my limited experience, it appears that this aspect of the game may be more important than emphasized in the literature
that I've seen..'stop-loss' suggestions?..This area may fall under the 'arty' side of the game..thanks..