Multi level Blackjack Card Counting systems are a step up for the Blackjack player from single level counting systems as different cards have different values. Instead of just -1, 0 and 1 you now have 2 and -2 as well. This is harder to keep track but gives you valuable extra information for when playing blackjack.
You have a better idea whether to hit, stand or double and how much to bet. This can prove the difference between winning a little bit or winning a lot. Playing Blackjack could become your license to print money.
When counting cards you can’t keep track of every card which has come out of the shoe. That is impossible. Multi level card counting systems are as good as though. You are just not tracking the 10s and Aces but the key connecting cards such as the 3s and 5s.
The increase in complexity means that a multi level system is harder for the more inexperienced blackjack player to follow but with experience they can pick it up.
The main multi level systems would be the Zen and the Omega II, as explained below:
You should only use a multi-level card counting system if you have practiced a lot with it and are very comfortable with it. Spend a lot of time playing blackjack for free perfecting it before you start playing for real money.