CVCX Blackjack Analyzer
This will allow users to create betting ramps and examine results based on the exact style of play and can also be used to calculate the effect of deck estimation errors. Multi-Card Index Tables - You can now specify different indexes or decisions based on the number of cards in your hand. I asked several months ago when an app for my Samsung tablet would be available. That makes it difficult to not make the same mistake in the future. I too find the white border glaring and gives me a headache.
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Shuffle Tracking for Dummies ; Developer: For blackjack game, practice and drills, see CV Blackjack Game. This application is based upon Blackjack Attack by Don Schlesinger. BJA Chapter Ten contains summaries of over separate 20 billion round sims and has been the source of a wealth of information for the Blackjack community. There are four main purposes to CVCX:. For QFIT software news, add your e-mail here: There are four main purposes to CVCX: Quick game and strategy comparison.
There are , 2 billion round sims included with CVCX. Load the sims for a strategy and you can change decks, rules, penetrations, bet spread, risk and bankroll and instantly see the effect on win rate, expectation, SCORE and other stats.
As you change the settings, the optimal betting ramps are instantly calculated using the latest theories in optimal betting. These betting schemes maximize your bankroll growth. Risk and Bankroll Calculators. CVCX includes its own extremely high-speed Blackjack simulator so you can add your own methods of play to the canned sims. Reports - Printing all of this data requires pages.
Clearly this is silly. So, a reporting subsystem has been included. A customized report can be defined including only the data that you wish for the players that you wish. To deal with the large variety of stats; descriptions can be included on the reports. Nearly all printers are supported and formatted tables with proportional fonts are used to improve readability. The same reporting facility can be used to create a customized report for Web publishing. The data will be written to disk using HTML tables and formatting for readability.
This file can be displayed and edited with a browser or posted to a web page. Charts - 41 standard graphs. Do it yourself Graphs - I find that graphing sim data greatly improves understanding of results. With all this data, I could not decide what to include in graphs in addition to the 41 standard graphs. So, a Do-it-yourself graphing subsystem has been added. You can take any sets of the 60, data items and graph them. You can also take data from different sim runs and graph them together.
In fact, you can take data from different sims run on different PC's in different countries and graph them on one chart. A separate help file has been included to describe the hundreds of graph options. Number formatting - To ease readability, thousands separators are now included in the 60, stats. To support the huge number of rounds, each number is tested for size and converted to scientific format if necessary.
To improve readability for non-U. High-Resolution Monitors - As most PC's are now delivered with x, x or higher resolution. These resolutions are now supported to display more card counting data at once without scrolling and more digits of significance. The conversion to scientific format will be at higher thresholds with larger screen resolution. Betting strategies - A new, much simpler, method of specifying a betting strategy has been included. Although it is much easier to use, it still provides for sophisticated camouflage plays and betting errors.
I believe that a sim without sophisticated cover play simulation is useless. For more advanced strategies wonging in and out, advanced camouflage, combination. For details see Blackjack Betting Strategies.
You can also specify when you will stop observing a table and move to the next by depth. Optimal Bet calculation - This feature supports optimal bet calculations for hands and changing number of hands by the count. Bets can be fine-tuned after the sim and some statistics will be recalculated.
Usability Features - Such as: This feature allow simple execution of a very large number of sims varying up to four parameters. Halves Counts can be accurately simulated. Different betting strategies by deck depth or bankroll Different playing strategies by deck depth, bankroll or number of cards in your hand Multi-Parameter strategies Counting by Inference simulation Counting by Inference strategy creation Insurance side count Peeking at other players' cards Lots of new, unique options for customizing deck estimation and True Count calculations.
Ability to assign different strategies to each player and collect statistics for all players. Each of the seven players can be assigned up to six playing and six betting strategies switching strategies at different deck depths. Betting errors Strategy errors Multiple hands with different numbers of units. Index Generation - A modern index generator with many unique features is now included. See the CVIndex Page for details.
Custom Bonuses - You can now create up to 20 custom bonus rules in a single sim. These rules can be very complex based on dealer or player number of cards, card totals, suits, colors, exact cards, upcard, downcard, bust card, Poker hands, streaks and whether or not you split, DD or win.
There is now the ability to save custom rules and side bets in a library. The idea is to allow the specification of tens of thousands of new rules without learning a programming or scripting language. All rules are set by Windows options and dropdowns. It is possible to define a bonus that pays if the dealer up and players first card make a straight-flush, one card is the Queen of Hearts, there is a third card that is a Four and the dealer Busts with a Nine just by selecting options.
An absurd rule; but that's the point. Custom Side Bets - These are like Custom Bonuses but require a side bet, are only bet on specified counts and generate stats by true count to aid in determining strategies. Many standard Side Bet rules are supplied including: Remove Seat Effect - This feature rotates the players among the seats to allow a fair comparison of different strategies in the same sim.
Real Shuffling - As an alternative to random shuffling, you can now specify real shuffles. The shuffles can be extremely complex and variability can be specified in every step. A shuffle animator is supplied to ensure that you have correctly defined the strategy. Shuffle-Tracking support has not been added.
This is to test for shuffle weaknesses. I am calling this section experimental as it is highly complex. It has been extensively tested and verifies deck contents successfully after every shuffle.
But, I won't declare it non-experimental until after a few more months of testing. Multi-Card Index Tables - You can now specify different indexes or decisions based on the number of cards in your hand. Session Data - A new set of data based on sessions and bankrolls has been added. Bankroll-Based strategies - You can now alter playing and betting strategies based on the current bankroll size. Dealer Errors - Seven types of dealer errors can now be generated at specified rates.
This is in addition to current player error options. For details on the many types of errors simulated see Blackjack Error Simulation. SimTract - This feature provides the ability to subtract all of the thousands of pieces of data in one sim from another sim to see the differences of configuration or strategy changes in detail. This is a procedure that I have used numerous times in the past to see the exact difference between close strategies.
But now it takes a couple clicks instead of spreadsheets. Calculators - The Risk of Ruin and Bankroll calculators have been reorganized and expanded to cover all such formulae in Don Schlesinger's Blackjack Attack third edition. There are now twelve card counting calculators and nine charts. Two new charts have been added to chart your actual casino results or estimated range of results on the standard normal curve to show you exactly where you are on the curve.