Originally Posted by

**Moses**
I know one guy that enjoyed UAPC. I think he adopted Tarzan count.

You guys are good! I was thinking I should start another thread. And you already did it for me. Thank you.

My mindset is to let the game come to me. If you know what you want the it's worth the wait to get it. In others words, don't bet one hand too soon.

So 8 tens and 2 Aces have been played. If 22 2-9s have been played, we are going two hands at max because there are 10 A-10s and 10 2-9s still remaining 50%.

Now at least 19 2-9s must be played. This means the 10s remaining are 38% which is 5% more than the original value (Aces excluded) of 48 cards. There must be at least 4 89s played which is half of the 10s. Hence, we don't want to bet into a weaker count rich in 89s.

The 2-4s and 5-7s must have least 7 played in each column. This is 1 less played and below the original value of 25%.

So my mind remembers 8-4-7-7. But I need one more card played un either of the 3 columns.

Really Blitzer, it's nothing more than when you are "tractor beamin" to get that "dear" in your headlights. lol. You ask very knowledgeable questions. I will post a spreadsheet tomorrow that will help tie it all together.

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