Yes bjrnet.com now has BJT appendix B up!
In the 1980s there was a book entitled Basic Blackjack Betting, by Charles Einstein. It advocated streak betting. It was bogus!
It would only work if you had some reason for card subsets to stay in play far longer than other-wise.
The newer CSMs appear to match what would have been required for some positive progressions to work with tiny edges resulting for basic strategy players.
These edges would be unpredictable but there. But everyone trying to exploit them is certain to be over-betting and will almost certainly lose. But the agregate effect of such players can cost the casinos enough to finally get rid of the infernal beasts. A counter can get a narrow edge, by clocking and key carding when blocks of small cards are sent deep into the discards, that is more predictable. A counter can also get a small edge from a CSM that actually has a normal distribution in the delays of a card re-appearing.
But a progressionist is not likely to understand this is CSMs ONLY!!!!