This is the link for the program.
It’s currently designed for single deck Blackjack and should be restarted after every game. But this project has allowed me to build a base for more advanced card counters if I so choose to make some.
The new use of if statements that I learned would allow me to code a program that would determine what cards are left in the deck instead of using statistcal analysis to determine when the dealer is at a disadvantage.
I have started on another counter using the Wong halves system (Which has 99% betting corilation).
This will be designed for up to 6 decks and run the count as well as the true count.
Through the assitance of my classmate Duncan, a Solution for the previous problem was created. Through the use of if statements the program ended up working after a complete overhaul.
Here is a Small Snippet of code
The complete program will be uploaded Tommorow after its compelted.
Since I have to wait for my parts to come in before continuing on I decided to start on a mini project of creating a Card counting Program based on my tax calculator from last year.
One = 1
Two = 1
Three = 1
Four = 1
Five = 1
Six = 1
Seven = 0
Eight = 0
Nine = 0
Ten = -1
Jack = -1
Queen = -1
King = -1
Ace = -1
print (“Values are One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, Jack, Queen, King, Ace”)
print (“Please enter the values are written. This uses the Hi-Low Card counting method, The dealer will be at a disadvantage when the count becomes Positive.”)
Count = input(“Enter the Card here:”)
Count = input
print (“Count =”, Count)
This is the beginning of the code that I’m creating, currently Ive encounted the problem of the variables not recognized as variables when inputed. Which will require me to learn more about inputting variables through video tutorials.