Thanks Renzey
  • I wanted to thank Fred personally for his excelent counting system I am still getting used to the KISS I system and have had success. My problem seems to lie in me however. I lack disipline and tend to stay too long and have to much love for the game so to speak. What can I do to change this?

    Should I stop playing for awhile and learn self disipline? I've actually have done great with your system but when I lose form I lose big. What too do. :(
  • Jeff Bunting said:
    I wanted to thank Fred personally for his excelent counting system I am still getting used to the KISS I system and have had success. My problem seems to lie in me however. I lack disipline and tend to stay too long and have to much love for the game so to speak. What can I do to change this?

    Should I stop playing for awhile and learn self disipline? I've actually have done great with your system but when I lose form I lose big. What too do. :(


    Don't bet by the count :!:
    If you continue betting by the count you should expect to lose big. Most of times you will be losing unless you get more winning hands vs. losing ones. If the W/L ration is against you after all the double downs, splits and BJs are in, you will lose regardless what system you use. Playing by the count will give you and edge ONLY if the W/L ratio is even or not less than -0.5%. If the house has 3% edge you will lose. Uston would lose if he would be alive. Don Schlesinger together with Wong on top of Snyder would lose. Ranzey will lose too no matter how good he pretends to be.
  • Alex,

    Do you really need to quote the entire previous post in EVERY SINGLE ONE of your posts? We can all see them. They don't dissapear.

    Leon
  • Jeff, try bumping up to KISS II, nothing like a little more success to encourage you.
  • Alex: That isn't why I've been losing, why do you make such ignorant comments about things you know absolutely nothing about. FACT: Progressions don't work never will, casinos laugh at progressionists, they even joke about them.

    Everyone knows that mathematicaly you can;'t beat the house with progressions yet you insist that Ken Uston whose been backed off by more than a few casinos and I've checked the legitimacy of this statement and found it to be true yet you state that Wong and Uston are frauds who are probably better blackjack players than you could ever hope to be. Everything you say it seems you can't back up with evidence of any sort and what makes you even more pathetic is your so called invincible system that doesn't even exist.

    If you think of yourself as so much better than basic strategy players and counters than why don't you prove it?
  • Jeff Bunting said:
    Alex: That isn't why I've been losing, why do you make such ignorant comments about things you know absolutely nothing about. FACT: Progressions don't work never will, casinos laugh at progressionists, they even joke about them.

    Everyone knows that mathematicaly you can;'t beat the house with progressions yet you insist that Ken Uston whose been backed off by more than a few casinos and I've checked the legitimacy of this statement and found it to be true yet you state that Wong and Uston are frauds who are probably better blackjack players than you could ever hope to be. Everything you say it seems you can't back up with evidence of any sort and what makes you even more pathetic is your so called invincible system that doesn't even exist.

    If you think of yourself as so much better than basic strategy players and counters than why don't you prove it?


    I love you!
  • HEY-
    LET'S NOT FORGET..................ALEX CLAIMS TO HAVE PLAYED BLACKJACK WITH KEN USTON................IT MAY BE THAT ALEX IS BEING HUMBLE BY NOT MENTIONING THAT HE FIRST TAUGHT KEN USTON THE FINE POINTS OF THE GAME!
    PROG
  • I sincerely doubt that Alex even met Ken Uston. A man who had probably won more at playing blackjack when he was 18 than Alex. Besides Alex being a good story teller what other talents does he have to share? Nothing but hot air I bet.

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