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The Omega II count system is another one of the most powerful card counting strategies in blackjack. It is relatively new and was made famous in a book called "Blackjack for Blood" by Bryce Carlson.
This book was published in so it was not too long ago. The basics of the of the Omega 2 system start with a multi-level count style, so it is a little more advanced than other systems. In fact, this is a level 2 advanced variety, so it has a moderate difficulty level and it isn't overly complicated. Omega II is extremely efficient and accurate.
Surprisingly, Omega II is very similar to the Zen count and virtually identical to the Canfield Master in terms of the indices used and the counting values used for each card.
The only difference is now the zeros are neutral and the 9s are assigned values of -1 for the count. The distribution of assigned point values for each type of card are shown below. The column to the left shows the cards from two through Ace and the column to the right shows what count is assigned to each of these cards.
This is known as the indices for the Omega II card counting system. Note that the level 2 refers to the wide variety of count values assigned to the cards. This is what makes this system more complicated than others because you have to remember a wider range of count values for each of the cards. The Omega II blackjack system is also a balanced system, meaning that you start your count off at 0 when the deck is first dealt and the ending count should also be 0 after the deck or shoe of cards have all be dealt out.