Playing multiple positions at the same time
  • Hi....I would appreciate any input. Is there an advantage to playing two or three positions on a table at the same time? If I do and I am playing a progression, should I use the same for all positions? Or flat bet on one and use progression on the other? I would be interested in any advice or input........I play at Foxwoods which is 8 deck, Double after Split, Dealer stands on Soft 17, Late Surrender offered, Double on any Card, Insurance Offered....Thanks
  • No. There is absolutely no advantage playing multiple spots. Your chances of winning or losing are just the same with you playing one or two spots.
  • NOMAHFIVE:

    If you play two identical hands your variance from some baseline will
    be less. This will have the effect of extending your playing time for a
    given amout of money. However, what you are describing is not two
    identical hands(balanced as regards bet amount) and the results that
    you can expect is unpredictable. For example: Using the exact same
    progression does not produce an equal amount for each bet; the bets
    will, at any given time, be different. The same is true for playing a
    progression for one hand and flat bet the other.

    Try $5 at one spot and $25 at another. You will soon see that the $25
    washes away the $5 bet in short order.

    Sounds like you have good rules..........
  • I think it would be interesting to play two hands independently with the same progression. Keep your results separate. See which spot wins. Why not?

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