Uston SS Count

Ken Uston wrote about the Uston SS Count for the first time in 1986. Uston called this system Uston Strongest & Simplest or Uston SS Count for short. It was found highly impressive by the blackjack players all over the world. This system is an unbalanced card counting strategy of Level 3. As it is unbalanced, to get the true count, you are required to divide the running count by the number of decks left in the play. This is highly recommended for betting.

It will take some time for the starters to master in this system. However, once they can grab the technique behind it, casinos would be like a piece of cake for them. The Uston SS Count has the highest betting correlation of any card counting system. As a result it can predict perfectly when to bet big and when not to.

Let's have a look at the card tags: Ace (-2)
2, 3, 4, 6 (+2)
7 (+1)
8 (0 - neutral)
9 (-1)
10-value (-2)
5 (+3)

It takes less time and effort to learn about Uston SS count compared to any other ace-adjusted system. However it shows a high performance than any other systems being used. Uston SS count also resulted into a running count that was actually the accurate count for single- and double-deck and shoe-dealt blackjack.

This system has brought about a new advancement in the blackjack technique. This system is indeed simple and powerful and people can easily learn is at a very short period of time than any other system. An average player can easily increase his earnings by playing for a longer period of time with accuracy. This has been made possible due to the simplicity of the system.

However, the disadvantage of this system is that, players find it difficult to memorize each card values. The bottom line is that it is entirely your decision whether to undertake a level-three count like this. However, if you master it, then Uston SS will probably make playing blackjack worth your while.