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It perpetuates the myth that blackjack is beatable," says Ma, explaining that amateur counters will try it and "fall apart at the table." Few people.


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Why is it that most blackjack players lose at a casino game that is beatable? It's because they often make some or all of the following common.


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Then you'll need to consider that the ramp behaviour of a card counter is conspicuous and if you are doing it well enough to gain your advantage the casinos will be onto you and ask you to leave. You can find info on beatable games at these 2 links. Variance can be a godsend or a merciless killer. And, it's not the first time that the so-called experts argued openly about each other's claims. A certain amount of self interest, yeah, but it's us versus them and there's enough 'them' to go round. Just get accustomed to playing in a casino environment with all the distractions. I will concur that any debate, article or discussion on card counting systems, card counting questions or card counting techniques at blackjack is squeezing water from a rock in today's advantage play waterfall universe. Hi-low count is often considered adequate by counters. Last edited by: OnceDear on May 1, Take care out there. Plaintiffs' Case Machines tighter,{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Or is it pretty much every AP for themselves? The first link is free. Joined: May 26, Threads: 1 Posts: Joined: Sep 25, Threads: 0 Posts: Hi OnceDear, Thank you for the kind welcome to the forums! Not easy. Research counter traps easy games that are scrutinised to ID counters Finally, it cannot be said often enough. And Alan Mendelson saw 18 yo's in a row. Following is the process I used for learning to count. Joined: Jun 1, Threads: 44 Posts: Hi Jack, Welcome to the forum. As I say. You don't want to share info or you risk the casino changing rules and promotions. And is there a culture of sharing which games are beatable and which ones are not which casino's are offering promotions and which ones are not etc. No beginning or inquisitive player should be encouraged to count cards. You'll probably find it difficult at first and will make many mistakes, but with some practice you'll quickly improve. Thanks again for the welcome! Spare a thought for the newly poor who were happy in their world just a few days ago, but whose whole way of life just collapsed.. Recently banned here, sadly If you are in the US, beware Indian run casinos. Blackjack is played with very slim margins, and huge swings aren't just possible, they're inevitable. Betting strategies and money management strategies will do nothing at all to improve your edge. You will have noticed that the house edge is usually of the order of about 0. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I have been fascinated with learning about poker and blackjack on and off for the past 10 years or so, but I haven't really thought seriously about learning how to count cards until about 1 month ago. Opt 2 is my choice, slightly harder to do. Seek out and read the posts here by Romes look out his risk of ruin and a-z posts and KewlJ who was a long standing professional card counter here. Blackjack is great fun. If you have good variance you will get cocky and start to overbet. In other words, I don't know why KJ continues to defend his extraordinarily weak AP methodology or why Norm hosts a board devoted to discussing this extraordinarily weak AP methodology. While you're at it learn table etiquette by watching others and asking questions. Joined: May 8, Threads: Posts: May 2nd, at AM permalink. Expect the worst and you will never be disappointed. BTW, what's the real reason that you sold your house in Vegas a year ago; openly questioned your "obsession" with this stuff; and quietly left the forum as "Taking a little break to play fiddle Recommended online casinos. Where is BBB? Blackjack counting is fun and one of the few ways to beat a casino, But don't overestimate the profit potential. OnceDear Administrator. Now if you have something to trade then there may be a market. The 2nd requires a subscription to current blackjack news. I have no idea why the obsession with card counting blackjack continues in the AP community, or why it is discussed across various message boards. Remember that you will be juggling the count in your head, while keeping Basic Strategy decisions perfect while observing the cards, while being bombarded with distractions. Not exactly every man for himself. Comps and favourable dealer errors are two, not to be overlooked. You'll need to know all about ramping your bet so that you put more money out when you have an edge and play min stakes when you don't. Locate an online live dealer game or a trainer game where you can watch and count without playing. To survive financially, you must research Kelly criteria and manage your wagering within that or even a good count and a real advantage will still see your bankroll wiped out just by normal random variance. Don't be seduced by Martingale etc, which are a great way to make losing your money more fun and exciting. It's easy to remember the wins and forget the losses - again leading to overconfidence. There's something that you're leaving out each and every time you make this laughable claim. I have my favorite, but not sure of rules for posting specific recommendations. FYI - my goal isn't to make a living being an AP - it's just to provide a couple extra K per year to help pay for vacations and the like. Air guitar. Joined: May 22, Threads: 37 Posts: RSS Feed. Betting a hundred thousand a hand at baccarat, getting extremely lucky, and claiming a high-roller loss rebate, doesn't make an AP. May 1st, at PM permalink. Sure you did. It's more important to be able to play perfectly than to use a sophisticated, multi-level count. You absolutely MUST learn and memorise the basic strategy card better than you know your own name, before you expect to even play properly to the house edge. In a real world casino, there are other advantages to potentially supplement counting. So, straight away card counting is not the Holy Grail on its own. I was saying that about kj all along. Anything else is for the big boys, IMHO. Grosjean was right of course about salamanders. My question to the community is: How do you guys and gals find beatable games out there? Joined: May 1, Threads: 1 Posts: 2. You have the right idea to size up the rules of the game and the next obvious step is to find the exact correct strategy card and house edge. PM me if you'd like more detail. Take care. Good luck! Short term it will have massively more impact than house edge or player edge. You should be able to play the hands without even really thinking about it. A couple other pointers: 1 Don't discount luck aka variance. When you get on a winning streak it's easy to get over confident, believing that you're winning due to your skill. Joined: Sep 20, Threads: 93 Posts: It is basically every AP for themselves. Fun to try, but not easy at all. Don't try to count cards at this point. That said, I have been fascinated with learning about poker and blackjack on and off for the past 10 years or so, but I haven't really thought seriously about learning how to count cards until about 1 month ago. Or for an even simpler count that's still quite effective, try an unbalanced count such as REKO that doesn't require calculating True Count after every hand. Hi everybody! If you have bad variance you will get slaughtered. It's not just a question of which card counting system is good for beginners. Joined: Mar 11, Threads: 4 Posts: Let me add a bit to OnceDear's thoughts. My name is Jack and I'm new to these forums and new to gambling in general. Most Active Forum Threads When will casinos open?