Your Experiences
  • What are your experiences with blackjack? How did you begin? What did you win?
    I found a blackjack DVD for four dollars in a final-sale junk box in a department store. I learned how to play blackjack and taught myself basic blackjack and I practiced for six months. Then I went to my first casino with $100. I sat at a table that had a minimum $10 bet to maximum bet of $100. I put $60 on the table and in about two hours I turned it into $300. Then I lost it all along with the $40 that I still had in my pocket. My mistake was that I waited too long which is what the casino wanted. They kept putting my name into a drawing for an unknown something and the drawing was to take place at eleven o'clock. Somehow I missed the drawing. I should have left when I became bored and started making mistakes, but still had a profit. I do not care for drawings anymore because they are for cheap jerseys and baseball caps.

    My second visit to a casino was a bad one because I was dead tired. I worked three shifts at two jobs with a three hour sleep after the first two shifts. The three hours sleep did nothing for me. At the 37.5 hour mark my friend dragged me to the casino. Before we went to the casino, I proved to my friend how good I was at blackjack. On a computer I played several hands of blackjack and won 35 out of 50 hands of blackjack (not including ties between me and the dealer). Also, on my kitchen table we played blackjack with six decks of cards with my friend as the dealer and me playing two hands of blackjack at the same time. We played as though we were at a $5/$50 table. I made a $400 profit in about 30 minutes. At the casino $5/$50 table, I started with $700 and went home with $240. I was too tired to play properly and I know that I made at least five mistakes and most of the time I could not remember how much my previous bet was. I fell asleep several times at the blackjack table as well. At closing time, a lady came to our table and told us that after three hands of blackjack that our table would be closed. I decided to wake up. In those last three hands of blackjack I turned my last $50 into $240 and then me and my friend went home to sleep. I learned that you never play blackjack when you are tired.

    For my third visit to a casino I took $400 with me and came home with $70. At a $5/$50 table I made a $95 profit and then I made a mistake. My mistake was letting my friend drag me to a table called Extreme 21. Basic blackjack strategy does not work on Extreme 21. I made about $200 profit and then started losing it during long losing streaks because I was bored and I was accidently using basic blackjack strategy too often. I won't be playing extreme 21 anymore.

    When I go to a casino now, I try my best to make a $200 profit without getting bored or falling asleep and I stick to a regular blackjack table ($5/$50 or $10/$100). And I do not care for drawings for jerseys and baseball caps. I am still practicing blackjack at home and I am trying to figure out a way around losing streaks which can last through seven to eleven hands of blackjack. Normally with basic strategy losing streaks are only two to four hands long and if you manage your money good you can make a profit even if the losing streak is five hands long. As for card counting, I do not do that yet . I am still having fun and good luck with basic strategy and good guessing, and doubling down.
    So, What are your first experiences with blackjack? How did you begin? What did you win?

    At the casino in my neighbourhood I am now a good player and I make a profit almost every time. At my last visit I sat at a $5/$50 table ($5 minimum, $50 maximum bet). Starting with $500, I made a $215 profit then decided to leave the casino. However, my favorite chair at the $10/$100 table was open so I decided to try for another $100 profit. Because of a losing streak I lost $300, but later won $225 and therefore went home with $640 for a $140 profit. What is exciting is that if I had not lost the $300 then my profit would have been $440. The future looks good.

    Just one more thing: when I play at a $5 table I always try to keep my bets around $5 and never more than $25. Gota go.
  • While practicing my blackjack at home with five decks of cards, I decided to see what would happen if I were to train six people to PLAY BLACKJACK MY WAY. Including myself there were seven of us betting a minimum of $25 per hand of Blackjack. All these players were under my control, I made their decisions for them. After twenty hands of Blackjack we had a $5,200 profit. I think that that is pretty good for twenty minutes of play in my imaginary casino. During another practice game of Blackjack going one-on-one against the dealer, going through five decks of cards just once (total play time was 20 minutes), I made a thirty-five chip profit. I did this while betting a minimum of one chip. Those thirty-five chips could be $5 chips or they could be $25 chips. So, that could be $125 at a five dollar table or at the high roller table which has a minimum bet of $25 that would be $875. In another game I was pretending that I was at a $50/$1000 table going one-on-one against the dealer and I made a 51 chip profit (each chip is worth $25 so that is a $1275 profit). In all of my practice games, a 25 chip profit is normal. Five decks of cards means about 50 hands of blackjack. In Edmonton there are high limit tables that have $50 and $100 minimum table limits and these I can only dream about. I can see myself at the $25 table and maybe once in a while I might try the $50 table. For myself, going through five decks of cards just once is what I call one game of Blackjack and it takes about twenty minutes. Of course 51 chips is my record, so that 35 chip profit I just told you about is a little above average. At a real casino I have gone
    one-on-one against a Blackjack dealer and he complemented me on my very good luck, but after a short time other players came to my table and they brought their bossiness and bad attitudes with them. They try to tell me how to play their way (because my way is a little different). At roullete about nine times out of ten I make a profit, but roullete is a slow game and often somebodys elbow gets in your face and new players squeeze their way between other players forcing someone like me to end up at one end of the table where it is hard to play because you have to do a lot of long reaching which I do not like to do. I shall continue practicing my Blackjack and see what the future holds.
  • I wish that when I go to a real casino, that I could take a team with me. I am getting pretty good at making the dealer bust.
    If I had five friends with me and they all stood on their first two
    cards and I make the dealer bust, you can just imagine the
    profits my team would make. I prefer to sit in chair six "third base"
    so all blackjack hands are basically me against the dealer and I
    often win every second or third hand of play. The way I manage
    my money, I can play five hands in a row and still make a profit.
    But, I am a loner and play with strangers at my table and I don't
    always get chair six "third base." I am not a card counter and may never be.
  • :)I am getting better all the time when practicing blackjack at home with six decks of cards and playing as though there are up to five players at the table. Using only basic strategy I have been winning about every third or fourth hand of blackjack. But intuition and examining the other players cards is helping me to win almost every second hand of play. I have learned to read the cards without card counting. I am so excited. The weird thing is that I consider myself to still be a beginner because I see a lot of good players. The future looks good.

    I just went through four decks of cards twice, going one-on-one against the dealer, which is about eighty hands of blackjack and I made a 69 chip profit. Wow, I am getting good!
  • Someone wants to know my theory about team play:confused:. If I were to create a team of BlackJack players, there are two things that we could do as a team to make money.
    (1) I would sit in chair six (third base) and my six friends would stand on their first two cards and I would try my best to make the dealer bust. (secret stuff removed from here). During one of my experimenting sessions at a real casino, while sitting in chair six (third base), I kept winning and making the dealer bust and the players at my table kept winning. Two pit bosses came and stood on either side of the BlackJack dealer and started giving me the evil eye . In about 20 hands of BlackJack I had won about 14 of those hands . I soon left with a $175 profit and I think that only a few of my bets were over $10. I was in and out of the casino in less than an hour. And that $175 plus my origional $200 were all in five dollar chips in 15 stacks of five chips and 15 stacks of any chips would upset any pit boss.
    (2) If I were to train a team of BlackJack players they would learn my version of Basic Strategy including my variations which are related to the idea mentioned above. BYE FOR NOW.
  • Somebody wanted advice so I am giving it to everyone.

    From Darwin:
    How do I know when to hit 15 or 16 in BlackJack?
    Here is your answer in a strategy chart.
    http://www.blackjackinfo.com/bjbse.php
    And here is where you can practice.
    www.blackjackinfo.com/bst/bst.htm
    Here is a simple downloadable BlackJack game for Simjack 3.1
    http://www.google.com/search?q=simjack+3.1&rls=com.microsoft:en-us:IE-SearchBox&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=ie7&rlz=1I7ADBF
    And you can go to www.games.com and go into their casino area for some good BlackJack playing.
    And almost all internet casinos offer play money to play although they may bug you to play with real money.

    Whenever I play BlackJack I make hundreds of dollars each day (play money). When a dealer has a 10 value card showing, there are 9 ways he can beat your 15 or 16, so you may as well hit on those hands. The dealer can get 7 8 9 10 Jack Queen King Ace, or two low cards totaling 7 to 11. If you can surrender your two card 15 or 16 then do so. As for a three card 15 or 16, you hit on them.

    I am now practicing my BlackJack playing two or three hands at a time. Going through five decks of cards twice at a $25/200 table, betting a minimum $50 (double the table minimum because that is the rule when playing two or more hands at the same time), I made $2525 in about one hour while playing three hands of blackjack at the same time. Last night I played two hands of blackjack at the same practice table and made $600 after going through five decks of cards just once. I use perfect basic strategy, discipline and no doubling down the big big bets. When the time is right I will play in a real casino.
  • That is a cool site thanks. I like the strategy bar on the side of it. I started by reading a counting book from the library. I just started taking what little extra money I could scrounge up and and practice with my friends until I thought I was ready for the casino. I don't think I was ready and I lost a lot of money. But I like to think I have made it all back and it's just the cost of experience.
  • Hey everybody--- here are some of the many books and DVDs that I have looked at regarding BlackJack. These items in this list are in my neighbourhood library. But I would like you all to know that I am not a BlackJack card-counter. I also have read BJ books while standing and reading in bookstores.

    http://epl.bibliocommons.com/search?t=smart&search_category=keyword&q=blackjack+%28game%29&commit=Search&searchOpt=catalogue
  • Here are some of the many books that I have studied about Blackjack. If you click below you will see just some of the ones I read at the Edmonton Public Library. Some BlackJack books have been stolen from the library because I notice that several are missing. I have also read several books while standing in bookstores. Only one of these many books comes close to my secret system -- I use two systems together. If you read anything about BlackJack you will get something that says the casino has a 2% edge over every player or even as little as 1/2 % if you are a card counter. What this means is that the player beats the casino 48% of the time and the casino beats the player 52% of the time. That 48% is what a good player can only hope to achieve. The 2% in 52% is what is meant when it says the casino has a 2% edge over a good player. Two Blackjack books have been written in the year 2010. I am reading both. One is a story book and the other is a training book. With my two systems, I beat the casio more than 50% of the time -- sometimes more than 60%. But I always seem to make a profit.

    http://epl.bibliocommons.com/search?t=smart&search_category=keyword&q=blackjack+books+game&searchOpt=catalogue

    There are other BlackJack things such as DVDs like the movie -->21 and books like -->Breaking Down The House

    WORLD---RECORD---!!!!---DARWIN'S WORLD RECORD -- Never have I done this before.
    I was practicing my BlackJack on my bed with 6 decks of cards. I was playing 4 hands of BlackJack at the same time. I went completely through the six decks of cards and counted how many rounds I went through. I played 25 rounds of BlackJack with four hands of BlackJack at the same time, so that is 100 hands of BlackJack. The dealer busted 15 times and for the other 10 hands, he only won 4 times. So I beat the dealer 21/25 rounds of BlackJack. Since I was playing 4 hands at the same time -- 100 total hands and won 21 rounds times 4 hands of BlackJack this means I won 84/100 hands of BlackJack. Using $5.00 casino chips I made $880 in 25 minutes. Remember BlackJack takes about one minute per round. And remember -->when playing more than one hand of BlackJack, you must play double the minimum bet, so at a $5.00 table you must bet a minimum of $10.00 per hand.

    In a real casino last summer I also set a record of beating the dealer 14 times in a row and made about $250 in about 3 minutes. I do my best work when I am the only player at the table. People came to my table and I had a $600 profit in my first hour on that day. But it takes money to make money, so my gambling career is on hold right now. But I know that I can make a living at it. I am not a card-counter and never will be. This is because card-counters play in such a way that they beat the dealer about 51% of the time and make about $20 per hour. If they play at high stakes tables then they make a lot more. I make about an average of $120 every 20 minutes.
  • Geez Windar, youre making a killing it seems. Does your strategy work online as well, or is this only a casino strategy?
  • My experience is limited to a few trips to the Beau Rivage & a few trips to Vegas (about every three years or so), sitting at the $10 table. That being the case, I don't approach the game as an opportunity to get paid, so much as a fun way to while away the hours, sipping cocktails and engaging in a leisurely past time. The wife and I use only the most basic strategy (most of the time) without considerable time spent on each hand. What's annoying, to me, is the free strategy lessons of "you should have done this, you should have done that" from the guy at the table who is taking this uber seriously. My feeling is that, it's a $10 table and if you're here to get paid, that razor sharp skill would yield more utility at the >$25 tables. It's been my experience (on the laptop game and with carbon based lifeforms) that you're either catchin' the cards, or your not, streaks come and go. My big night in Vegas started with $300 and I walked out with $1.7K. Of course, I've also started with $300 other nights and walked out with $0. I know we wouldn't be here without an elevated interest in the game, but what's your perspective? Is this a fun past time that might pay off or should every minute at the table be focused on strategy vice gambling (caution to the wind, roll the dice line of thinking)? And, what's your take on the relentless 'free advice'?
  • deanrob said:
    My experience is limited to a few trips to the Beau Rivage & a few trips to Vegas (about every three years or so), sitting at the $10 table. That being the case, I don't approach the game as an opportunity to get paid, so much as a fun way to while away the hours, sipping cocktails and engaging in a leisurely past time. The wife and I use only the most basic strategy (most of the time) without considerable time spent on each hand. What's annoying, to me, is the free strategy lessons of "you should have done this, you should have done that" from the guy at the table who is taking this uber seriously. My feeling is that, it's a $10 table and if you're here to get paid, that razor sharp skill would yield more utility at the >$25 tables. It's been my experience (on the laptop game and with carbon based lifeforms) that you're either catchin' the cards, or your not, streaks come and go. My big night in Vegas started with $300 and I walked out with $1.7K. Of course, I've also started with $300 other nights and walked out with $0. I know we wouldn't be here without an elevated interest in the game, but what's your perspective? Is this a fun past time that might pay off or should every minute at the table be focused on strategy vice gambling (caution to the wind, roll the dice line of thinking)? And, what's your take on the relentless 'free advice'?


    I think that blackjack can be a fun past time that might pay off, and that perfect basic strategy can be applied while doing so... Once you've mastered memorizing basic strategy, the decisions you make don't require much mental effort, and pressures associated with making the correct playing decisions no longer distract from the enjoyment of playing the game.
    As far as advice from other players is concerned, I think it's OK if: 1. The advice is accurate (and it often isn't), and 2. The advice is solicited (it often is). Blackjack is much like the game of golf, where your decisions lead to somewhat predictable outcomes. Drive the ball off the tee, and it will either go straight, hook, or slice. If you wanted the ball to go straight but continued to slice or hook it, and I knew enough to help you correct the problem, I'd offer my advice, but only if you said, "What am I doing wrong here?"
  • Windar is here. A few weeks ago my friend pawned off her cellphone on me and it has Blackjack on it. The minimun you can bet is $5 and the maximum is $10,000. That is crazy. Easy money man !! On my first day betting a minimum of $100, I made $68,000 in 4 and a half hours. And with an hour here and there in 5 or 6 play sessions, I made about $450,000. This BlackJack game is one on one against the dealer and this is where I do my best work. My system is Basic BlackJack strategy with what I call X-Ray intuition and martingale betting. Too many low cards and I stand because a high card is coming soon. If I were to play 100 games of BlackJack --go through 6 decks of cards 100 times --about 60 hands times 100, and someone were to keep record of my wins and losses, then my win percent would be around 55 % and maybe even higher than that. I am not a card counter, just an always lucky extra-lucky Basic Strategy player. Last night in my last pratice session going four hands against the dealer, I once again beat the dealer 21 out of 25 hands of BlackJack --6 decks of cards. I play every day at home. BlackJack is my hobby.

    Does my system work online? In regards to one website -- I am not quite sure because my system worked too well and I was very lucky at that website and got kicked out for making a $4000 play money profit in the first 3 minutes that I was a member of that website. A pop-up message said that an administrator of this website has logged you off. When I went back to that website days later, even though there was play money in my account, I got a pop-up message that said that you now have zero dollars in your play money account and I was logged off. Otherwise I had a dozen internet casinos on my computer and I do make a careful small play money profit. It would be great to make a $100 per day real money profit per each internet casino and make like $2000 a day. One thing though, is that I have read that one company can run several internet casino sites, so my $100 per day per internet casino would catch the eyes of the websites one owner. I would have to really make sure that the internet casinos I play at, are run by different owners. I think going to my neighbourhood casino and playing at a $5 or $10 table for an hour with a goal of $200 per day of real money would make me happy. Most internet BlackJack games are one-on-one against the dealer and I am really great at that kind of playing.
  • But I know that I can make a living at it.I ain't a card-counter and never will be.This because the card-counter plays at such one method with the result that they are difficult to pour a dealer of about 51% time and manufacturing about an hour$20.
  • Yes my good luck system seems to work online or with any computerized BlackJack game or with real cards in a real casino or on your kitchen table. I would say more right now as this is my third attempt at this forum this week and each time I save my work I am told that I am not logged in or that I do not have a connection to the internet. All that typing and a half hour of heavy thinking for nothing.
  • Today I played online internet BlackJack. On Facebook at BlackJack Unlimited as a play money player. If you send them real money you can upgrade and win some sort of prizes. Anyways, in the free area they have a strange BJ game. Starting with $250 dollars, you can only bet $1 or $2 and that is it, and you can only go one-on-one with the dealer. And you can only play 250 hands of BJ per day. I bet $1 over and over for the 250 hands and had a final play money amount of $242 which means that I did not achieve my 55% win rate. If you do the math then my win rate was 49.34% which is pretty good since the dealer kept getting 20s 21s and BJs all the time and I got lots of 17s and 18s. If I could increase my bets after every loss then I would have made a a very good profit. I used perfect Basic BJ Strategy and my personal system. In that 250 BJ hands the dealer got 20 or 21 or BJ at least 70 times and I got lots of 17s and 18s and a lot of ties, definitely a bad day. My guess too is that this game ony uses one deck of cards because there were no long streaks of low cards and ten-value cards were popping up all the time giving the dealer all those 20s or making us bust. Maybe in my second visit to Facebook BlackJack Unlimited I will do better in the free area. Are you in Canada ? www.jackpotcity.com seems to be a Canada friendly internet casino. I just found a Canadian internet casino. It is www.casino.com. Email me at [email]BlackJackBJ@Facebook.com[/email] for BlackJack tips.
  • Using play money I am playing BlackJack more often on the internet. I am becoming a regular for an hour here and there at at www.GAMES.com in their casino games area for BlackJack multiplayer. The display artwork is excellent and I am having fun. After every 20 hands of BlackJack the game is stopped and the players can see how many hands of BJ that they have won. I get lots of 10/20 and sometimes 12/20. What I do not like about this website is that the dealer does not deal the players third card from his left to right. If player 3 wants his third card NOW then he gets it now before player 1 and 2. So cards are flying to any player who wants his 3rd card now. The fourth card and all other cards come in the same manner. Basic BlackJack strategy is all you can really do, but I still try to do my secret system which is why I get lots of 10 wins out of every 20 hands of BJ. Another thing I do not like about this website is that your money total does not update after winning or losing a hand of BJ. It only updates after placing a bet.

    Two years ago in 2008 I was able to show up for 55 BlackJack tournaments at this website and I made it into the top 20% of winners 18 times and 6 times I won a play money prize because I was in the top 10% of players. I am not a big winner in BJ tournaments because I do not play in a wild manner or make big bets that could cause me to lose all my play money. This year on my new laptop I cannot play in BJ tournaments because my screen freezes up. Someday I am going to get that fixed.
  • I have just read an advertisement for a good BlackJack system. It says -- Get These Secrets Now!
    Basic Strategy Variations than can easily boost your winnings by 15%, 25%, 30% or more, each. Use them
    together and the cumulative effect is often an explosion in earnings of 75%, 125%, sometimes even 150% or
    more...
    -- I already have a good Basic BJ Strategy with variations that earn lots of money.

    And here is more -- The NUMBER ONE thing you must do before placing any bet on the table. (An astonishing secret well-used by rich players... but ignored by 95.7% of other players, the poor ones!) -- I believe I know this too. I watch the cards come out of the shoe for about a half an hour to see if the cards are random enough for my system. And too many low cards in a row means a losing streak for players. You also get to know the players and their attitudes. So you can decide if that table is for you or not.

    And still more -- What the richest 1% of bettors know that you don't yet… about optimizing Basic Strategy! -- Use Basic Strategy and variations and do not bust is my advice here.
  • pokerpete said:
    Geez Windar, youre making a killing it seems. Does your strategy work online as well, or is this only a casino strategy?


    I don't think so that his strategy work onlie i think this works munnaly.
  • Thanks for sharing
  • dear all,
    In another game I was pretending that I was at a $50/$1000 table going one-on-one against the dealer and I made a 51 chip profit. In all of my practice games, a 25 chip profit is normal. Five decks of cards means about 50 hands of blackjack. I like the strategy bar on the side of it. I started by reading a counting book from the library. I just started taking what little extra money I could scrounge up and and practice with my friends until I thought I was ready for the casino. I don't think I was ready and I lost a lot of money.
  • My brother taught me how to play blackjack and I love it. Maybe because I always won. I am lucky because I always had the king, queen, jack or ten and the ace. But I know the real blackjack that found at Casino is different from the blackjack we played. Until I discovered 'blackjack secret code' , this system promised me that I will take more money if I watched their video. And I did. Everytime I go to Casino I use the strategies I found in the video and I succeed.
  • blackjackria said:
    My brother taught me how to play blackjack and I love it. Maybe because I always won. I am lucky because I always had the king, queen, jack or ten and the ace. But I know the real blackjack that found at Casino is different from the blackjack we played. Until I discovered 'blackjack secret code' , this system promised me that I will take more money if I watched their video. And I did. Everytime I go to Casino I use the strategies I found in the video and I succeed.


    You've been posting this SCAM SPAM all over. Had to delete it twice from my forum.
  • WINDAR said:

    I wonder that it is a great game and if anybody palying this games from sevral years he/she keep learn loot of new thing in it. Therefore this game give wonderful experience to its player.

    Rex_reo7___
  • I have made BlackJack and Roulette videos on YouTube now. That statement above that says it is from me cannot be from me because I do not allow spelling mistakes in my posts and I do not use the word --LOOT.
  • hello...I started playing BlackJack a long time ago. I was just a kid and it was so thrilling not knowing what you're gonna get next. when I grew up I had a black period when I couldn't stop playing and lost a lot of money. and now, I'm back to playing just for fun..
  • The $1 million buy-in "Big One for One Drop" at the 2012 WSOP broke all sorts of records for tournament poker. A total of 48 players bought into the event, a group including many poker pros (most of whom were backed considerably) and businessmen from around the world (most of whom covered the buy-ins themselves). $111,111 of each entry went to the One Drop Foundation charity founded by Guy Lalibert
  • I have a youtube video of me playing blackjack one-on-one with the dealer. I was trying something experimental, not progressive betting and not card counting (which I do not do). I was betting $25 or $50 per hand of BlackJack with the goal of making $500 in 15 minutes. I wanted to see if I could climb to my goal without progressive betting and totally depend on my high win percent of 55%. I succeeded. I will make a similar video soon with an actual online internet casino and maybe create a second video of me playing with real cards on a table. I know I can make $500 in 15 minutes while betting $25 or $50.
  • Why would you make videos like this? They will convince people to use voodoo systems and lose money.
  • Hi Windar. Thanks for sharing your experience. I learned blackjack like you, by practicing it at home with a few friends. I went to casinos several times but I prefer the idea of playing online so I'll try to apply your casino strategy there. ;) I found this website http://www.bonusrating.com with a good list for no deposit casino bonuses, might try my luck there.
  • For practicing BlackJack in team play with play money I recommend going to www.games.com. My favorite internet casino is www.casino.com but you can only play BlackJack one-on-one with the dealer when using play money. Here is a non-downloadable free play money game of BlackJack found just by googling FREE BLACKJACK GAME.
    http://casino-directory.lots0cash.com/free-blackjack.htm
    and here is another free non-downloadable BlackJack game
    http://www.blackjackinfo.com/aftergame.php
    I tried playing the BlackJack strategy game on hitorstand and I rarely get 100% because I am so used to using my secret Basic Stratey method of playing. My BS gets me a win percent of 55 or higher even during team play. I do a 20-minute game at home by going through 6 decks of cards once with 4 total players at my table. Three imaginary players and me playing one hand of BJ.

    In a real casino playing with real money, I no longer play at third base (chair six) because people complain or leave the table when they see me using my secret system. Last time after sitting down and playing and winning 2 hands of BJ in a row the people at my table left when I stood on a two card total of seven. That is fine but not when you are sitting at third base. I am a progressive better but with a high win percent, just betting $10 over and over can get me a $60 an hour profit which I am thinking is perfectly ok and very safe. Someday I will be a professional gambler, but financially I am not ready yet and I am not willing to take risks.
  • Someone on this forum somewhere I read today they are wondering if I got a system of betting for roulette that works. I do have two of them that are very similar. You make a small bet on 24 numbers and if you lose your next bet is triple your previous bet and you bet on the same 24 numbers. You win lots.
  • Can't believe you are still allowed to post these scams. Nothing you have posted is true.
  • roulette is an unbeatable game. you can use a system, but the house still has an edge. playing blackjack the right way u have the edge
  • On the other hand, this is why roulette is the most exciting, at least for me.
  • GREAT thread WINDAR! THX.

    What I just can't see is beating the casinos 'without' counting cards.

    Personally, I can't see you beating 'a mediocre (me at this point)' card counter.

    R U in California? If not, how often do U do Vegas or Reno?

    I would like (dream) of meeting up with U for a couple three four dozen hands (six deck, 3-2).

    Keep it UP (pun intended).

    Take care & God Bless.

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