Ray said:For the pure basic strategy player, one hand is about it as far as his best
chance. When you play two hands the chance decreases and the same
for all hands that follow. This defeats all claims of goal setting, reach it,
and quit.
Ray said:If you flip a coin a million times there is a small probability that heads will occur every time and equally so for tails. No matter how small that probability
is, given enough time, it will occur.
If you play against the HA in BJ and win $1000 betting a flat $10, you have done the exceptional and the probability of doing that is low. However, the
probability that you will lose that 1000 and then some is higher. The house
wins more hands, his streaks are longer and more frequent than yours and
for that reason setting win goals is an illusion. When you stop at 1000, how
do you know that is all you could have won? Say 1500 or maybe even 2000.
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