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The Red Seven Count

Arnold Snyder and the Red Seven Card Counting System for Blackjack

Card Counting History: The History of Card Counting - Edward Thorp versus John Scarne - History of Card Counting Part III - The Griffin Agency Invenstigations - Shufflemaster Inc.
Card Counting How To: How to Count Cards - Learn to Count Cards
Card Counting Systems: Hi Lo Blackjack Card Counting System - KO (Knockout) Blackjack Card Counting System - Hi-Opt I Blackjack Card Counting System - Hi-Opt II Blackjack Card Counting System - The Red Seven Count - Zen Count Blackjack Card Counting System - Omega II Blackjack Card Counting System - Uston Advanced Point Count - Revere Advanced Point Count - Ed Thorp's Ten-Count

The Red Seven card counting system is an unbalanced card counting strategy, similar to the KO Count. You can read more about the Red Seven Count in Blackbelt in Blackjack by Arnold Snyder.

The point values are distributed as per the table below:

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 A
+1 +1 +1 +1 +1 * 0 0 -1 -1

*In the Red Seven Count, ONLY red seven's are counted as +1; black seven's are given a value of 0.

The point of an unbalanced card counting system like the Red Seven Count is to eliminate the need to convert the running count into a true count when making betting decisions.

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