Insignificant, but my table history:
500 hours of complete hi-low into a $5 1-10 spread, 6d H17 DAS NS 80% game. Bad rules, I know. I didn't realize a significant gain/loss; but no wonder, considering bjstats.com simulations that calculate a mere $4/hour win rate [1-8 83%]averaging $871/hour in action. Peanuts. Clearly a mistake. I now realize the hourly win rate of 2d 75% yield nearly twice that of 6d 75% with level 2 counts.
I figure I'll practice Zen.
I'm confused already.
1) Whats the general preference? Snyder's Zen or Geroge C.'s Unbalanced Zen 11?
2) Is a balanced strategy (TC) such as complete zen better for betting [since deep high counts = large TC?] and are not underbet as possibly unbalanced systems are? (Or is this a misconception?)
3) What is a typical zen betting structure (esp. for unbalanced)?
4) #decks in show optimal with zen?
Thank you for any responses,
[snyders book on its way]