I have updated my blackjack and card counting simulator.
Results are more clearly displayed at the top of the page. Results for each run are shown along with accumulated results for multiple runs.
Results can be named. Or a default name will be generated based on the count. The results can be reset to start over or can pick a new name (reset is under the first long results table).
Tables with outcomes for strategy variations are generated. Outcomes are also shown for each strategy variation at each count. These tables are below the result tables and graphs.
The simulator comes up with a 6 deck game, zen count, and basic strategy. All inputs can be changed as you'd like.
Congratulations, Phil. This is a lovely piece of work, and it keeps getting better. I've never seen the results of the deviations broken down the way you've done it. Really great feature.
1. You need to add surrender as a rules choice. That's rather important.
2. In the top middle, if I have started my lowest bet, below, in the ramp, at $50, why would I see a $25 bet here? That's confusing.
3. Since we base so many of our studies and stats based on 100 hands per hour, can you not make the breakdown default to 100 hands per hour and then add a line for number of hours per visit? That way, the user gets to define a visit as a single hour, four hours, a weekend, a week, or whatever.
4. More importantly than anything, you need to find a way to speed up everything so that the "Run Simulation" button gives us hundreds of millions, if not billions, of hands. As lovely as all of this is, the stats simply aren't terribly reliable and won't converge until a run consists of a great deal more than 400,000 hands.
5. While the count tags are simple enough to change, yes, the default should be Hi-Lo, which is used by more players than all the other counts combined.
6. You need to allow for the possibility of a reverse index, such as when splitting 8,8 vs. T.
Keep up the good work!