indizona said:Hey Walter,
Just finished the book. I've been applying the strategy to some simulations and like the results. I was curious, have you tried your progression/strategy on any other games, such as roulette or craps? With roulette I would apply this to the outside bets of red/black or even/odd.... and with craps, the pass line or don't pass with no odds. Thanks in advance!
indizona said:Hey Walter,
Just finished the book. I've been applying the strategy to some simulations and like the results. I was curious, have you tried your progression/strategy on any other games, such as roulette or craps? With roulette I would apply this to the outside bets of red/black or even/odd.... and with craps, the pass line or don't pass with no odds. Thanks in advance!
Walter Thomason said:jannypan is just another spammer... too bad. This site has potential for questions about the basics of blackjack, and is not being seriously utilized at present. Any suggestions?
Walter Thomason said:Windar,
Chapters 10 and 11 of Twenty-first Century Blackjack specifically look at the results of four consecutive wins or losses, (based upon 5,000 manually-dealt hands) and might be of interest to you.
WINDAR said:Today if I were to play this game of <<Thirty Days of BlackJack>> with the same goals, I know I would get around 25 wins out of 30 which means a profit of $4500.
WINDAR said:In regards to a mathematical edge: it has been found. It is called Basic BlackJack Strategy and it is supposed to make a person have a win-percent of 48%. If you toss a coin, it will be heads 50% of the time and 50% of the time it will be tails. With a win percent of about 50%, you should expect that if a coin is tails now, that within the next four spins of the coin you will get a heads up. It should be logically the same with BlackJack and because of my system, progressive betting works for me as long as I never go past level four and if I do, then I go back to level one. Disipline yourself and never go past level four. Go to www.google.com and search for ----> 54% chances of winning blackjack. ----->here is my most favorite place to play online BlackJack with play money ---> http://www.games.com/game/blackjack. They stop the game every 20 hands of blackjack to let you see how many hands of BJ you won in the last 20 or more hands of play.
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