Playing strategy
  • Basic strategy assumes flat betting.
  • you keep making these posts about your strategy but you have yet to post the ENTIRE strategy...

    the reason for this is b/c you do not knw your entire strategy
  • Alex- I was wondering, how many SD do you figure is correct for
    a hole of 25 @ 33%? Or do you still trust your 1250 number?

    Also, when you split the hole do you ever play two .....one
    for each hole.

    Ray
  • Ray said:
    Alex- I was wondering, how many SD do you figure is correct for
    a hole of 25 @ 33%? Or do you still trust your 1250 number?

    Also, when you split the hole do you ever play two .....one
    for each hole.

    Ray


    Hi Ray,
  • GUESS WHO SAID THIS IN APRIL, just 4 months ago



    "My method of betting in BJ is a money management that is a "streak system" and relies on the simple truth that while the majority of wins and losses are isolated incidents, many of them come in bunches. Anyone who disputes that streaks are commonplace and can always be relied upon to occur will obviously not believe that skillful betting can produce positive EV."


    seems contradictory to the following statement made today

    "Ray, you know that blackjack is a choppy game. If this game will be streaky than is a different story. But is not. The game is constantly bouncing back and forth between you and the dealer and in very rare instances you see some streaks, but nothing spectacular to worry about



    BUT THAT IS JUST ME THINKING HERE
  • Alex- Yes it would appear that streak probabilities is the best way
    to get a ruff idea of BR needs. However, one can not discount the
    fact that the dealer can and will acc large numbers of small choppy
    streaks that are the equ of one very, very long losing streak and
    that would be my chief worry. We can say that BJ is: choppy,somewhat
    choppy and somewhat streaky. On any given night, take your pick.....

    Ray
  • Alex,

    Why did you erase your above post???? LOL

    NICE

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