Guest Posted August 20, 2011 Report Share Posted August 20, 2011 (edited) Shoe Type: MixedLike last Friday night in Hollywood play the night before the seminar we can sometimes get shoes that are simply all over the place and really don't follow any NOR shoe type. This is particularly true of old cards, after 10 or so shoes but can turn up any where at any time. (BTW, that is why we requested, and were promised a new cards every shoe midibac table for the seminar folks. However, the same day they got our confirming email, the Casino Mgr. not only closed our midibac table - he had it physically removed from the casino. You don't suppose that was because we killed that very midibac table the last four times we played it, do you?) When you attempt NOR in such shoes you find yourself switching systems far too often and usually to no avail and remember, we don't like switches. They are a necessary evil. In general the more we must switch, the worse we do. We know what to do when ONE run type prevails:Straight runs = F2-3 (BBBBB PPPPP)ZZ runs = S40- 2 or 3 (PBPBPBPB)TT runs = OTB4L- 2 or 3 (PP BB PP BB PP)All well and good but what if 2 or 3 run types are prevailing about equally in the same shoe??? When you can't easily decipher the shoe type it is most often an ADN shoe.So, should all NOR players learn ADN? Only if you can add it to your quiver W/O letting any of the other 3 systems slip out of your mind.We have both casual and pro players here at BTC.The pros want to leave no stone unturned.ADN Rules next! Edited August 20, 2011 by Guest Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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