Card Counter 4 is now available for i OS and Android smartphones and tablets!
Completely rewritten from scratch to support landscape mode, improved graphics, and even better animations. You've memorized basic strategy and know what to do in every hand. Maybe you saw the movie "21", read the book "Bringing Down the House", or just heard about card counting. Counting cards when playing Blackjack can provide a player with information on how best to wager.
Card Counter is the best way to learn Blackjack card counting and now it's even more fun! Card Counter will teach you everything you need to know without having to enroll at MIT. If done correctly a player can get an advantage over the house which means more profits over time. Counting cards is not illegal as long as external devices such as a smartphone are not used while at the tables.
Learn everything you need to know on a plane to Las Vegas, a car ride to Atlantic City, or in the comforts of your own home. Counting cards is not as difficult as you might think.
Most people assume you have to remember every single card that has been played. Card Counter can teach you various counting systems but defaults to the \"High-Lo Count\" system that was created by Harvey Dubner in 1963.
It is the most widely used counting system for both amateur and professional players because of its power and simplicity.
You don't have be a math genius to learn and use this system.
All you have to do is use Card Counter to study, practice, and sharpen your skills.
The counting system works by keeping a running total in your head that tracks the ratio between high and low cards.
The counting system will have a positive running count when the deck has more high cards than low cards.
A deck that has more high cards than low cards is called a hot deck and offers the player several advantages.
First, the player is more likely to get Blackjack or at least dealt a higher starting hand.