Our unique scoreboard will be your best tool at the blackjack table. By tracking the games, it will allow you to make better decisions on every hand. When the shoe is over and the cards are shuffled, the scoreboard will start again from the first position.
Here is an overview of all the different sections and options on the scoreboard.
Scoreboard Section Definitions
Dealer: This section will indicate the hand value of the dealer in each game. Additionally, you can see if the dealer won, lost or tied a hand, and if they got a blackjack, or went bust.
Player: This section will indicate your hand values for each game you play. Additionally, you can see if you won, lost or tied a hand, and if you got a blackjack, or went bust.
Pair: The pair section will register in each game you decided to play. You don’t need to bet on the pair bet to get this information. The scoreboard will record a circle if you did place a bet and will set the color if you won.
+13/-13: The +13/-13 section will register in each game you play, if your hand points are over 13, under 13 or 13. For hands over 13 the scoreboard will record a ‘+’, for hands under 13 the scoreboard will record a ‘-’, and for 13 it will record 13. You don’t need to bet on this side bet to get this information. The scoreboard will record a circle if you did place a bet and will set the color if you won.
Running Count: In this section, you will find one of the most important parts of our scoreboard, the running count. This section is based on the Hi-Lo Count strategy and will help you make better decisions when it comes to counting cards.
The rank point used in this system is as follows:
The running count will start at zero at the beginning of the shoe. As cards are revealed, it will start adding or subtracting points, according to the rank system for every card that comes out.
For example, the first ten cards to come out of the shoe:
When the running count is negative after any round, the undealt cards are richer in small cards and you might want to decrease your bet size. When the running count is positive after any round, the undealt cards are richer in large cards, and you might want to increase your bet size.
Don’t worry about calculations, our scoreboard will automatically calculate it for you.
True Count: In this section, you will find another important strategy that can help you to make better decisions, the true count card strategy.
The true count section will help you to accurately determine your advantage in a multi-deck game. To accurately determine your advantage you need to convert the running count to a true count per deck.
The formula utilized in this section is as follows:
True Count = Running Count/# Remaining Unplayed Decks
For example, if you have a running count of +4 and there are 2 unplayed decks of cards, your true count is +4/2 = +2.
You don’t need to worry about calculating how many remaining decks they are, our scoreboard will do the calculation automatically.
General Marks on The Scoreboard