Archives - November, 2016



30 Nov 16

If you are a devotee of vingt-et-un then you need to be aware of the fact that in chemin de fer a few outcomes of your preceding play could disturb your future action. It’s unlike any other gambling hall games such as roulette or craps in which there is not any effect of the previous action on the future one. In vingt-et-un if a gambler has remaining cards of high proportion of course it is constructive for the player in up-coming matches and if the gambler has poor cards, it adversely acts on his future games. In nearly all of the instances it is very hard for the player to recall the cards which have been used in the previous rounds specifically in the several deck dealing shoe. Each and every individual card in the shoe receives a positive, negative or neutral number for card counting.

Typically it is observed that the cards with low value like 2, 3 provide a positive value and the larger cards make a a negative distinction. The different points are allotted for all cards based on the card counting plan. Although it’s smarter to have a count on card counter’s own best guess as it relates to cards dealt and cards not yet dealt occasionally the card counter is able to have a tally of the point values in her mind. This is likely to assist you to determine the absolute proportion or value of cards which are remaining in the pack. You want to understand that the higher the point totals the harder the counting process is. Multiple-level card counting amplifies the adversity although the counting action that is composed of smaller total like 1, -1, 0 referred to as level 1 count is the simplest.

Once it comes to acquiring a black jack then the value of the ace is greater than every other card. Therefore dealing with aces is exceedingly crucial in the process of counting cards in vingt-et-un.

The gambler can put bigger wagers if the pack of cards is in his favour and lower wagers when the shoe is not. The gambler is able to modify their decisions according to the cards and gamble with a secure course of action. If the process of card counting is considerably genuine and precise the outcome on the game will be affirmative, this is why the gambling halls use preventive actions to stop card counters.







20 Nov 16

I have bet on countless of hands of 21. I began sneaking into the gambling dens when I was sixteen. I have wagered on online 21, I have counted cards, and worked with a team for a little while. Given all that I have still spent all kinds of funds at twenty-one. The gambling dens have made it basically impossible to defeat the casino.

I still enjoy the game and bet on a regular basis. Over the years I have bet on a variation of vingt-et-un called "The Take it Leave it Method". You certainly won’t get rich with this tactic or defeat the house, still you will have a lot of fun. This tactic is founded on the fact that 21 appears to be a game of runs. When you’re on fire your on fire, and when you are not you are NOT!

I bet with basic strategy vingt-et-un. When I don’t win I wager the table minimum on the subsequent hand. If I do not win again I wager the lowest amount allowed on the next hand again etc. Once I profit I take the payout paid to me and I bet the initial bet again. If I win this hand I then keep in play the winnings paid to me and now have double my original wager on the table. If I succeed again I take the winnings paid to me, and if I succeed the next hand I leave it for a total of 4 times my original bet. I continue wagering this way "Take it Leave it etc". Once I lose I lower the wager back down to the original sum.

I am very strict and never "chicken out". It gets very fun on occasion. If you win a few hands in series your bets go up very quickly. Before you realize it you are gambling $100-200/ hand. I have had awesome streaks a couple of times now. I departed a $5 table at the Flamingo a few years back with $750 after 45 minutes using this method! And a couple of months ago in Atlantic City I left a game with $1200!

You must understand that you can give up a lot faster this way too!. But it really makes the game more exciting. And you will be astonished at the streaks you witness gamble this way. Here is a chart of what you would bet if you kept winning at a 5 dollar table.

Bet 5 dollar
Take five dollar paid to you, leave the original $5 wager

Wager 5 dollar
Leave five dollar paid to you for a total bet of ten dollar

Wager $10
Take ten dollar paid to you, leave the initial 10 dollar bet

Bet $10
Leave 10 dollar paid-out to you for a total bet of twenty dollar

Wager twenty dollar
Take $20 paid-out to you, leave the initial twenty dollar bet

Wager 20 dollar
Leave $20 paid to you for a total bet of forty dollar

Wager 40 dollar
Take 40 dollar paid-out to you, leave the first 40 dollar wager

Wager $40
Leave 40 dollar paid to you for a total wager of 80 dollar

Bet $80
Take 80 dollar paid-out to you, leave the initial $80 wager

Bet 80 dollar
Leave eighty dollar paid to you for a total bet of $160

Bet 160 dollar
Take 160 dollar paid to you, leave the initial 160 dollar wager

If you departed at this instance you would be up 315 dollar !!

It is herculean to go on a run this long, but it does happen. And when it does you must NOT alter and drop your bet or the final result will not be the same.







11 Nov 16

I have gambled on millions of rounds of 21. I began sneaking into the gambling dens when I was 16. I have gambled on online 21, I have counted cards, and worked with a team for a short while. With all that said I have still lost all kinds of cash at vingt-et-un. The casinos have made it very hard to beat the game.

I still like the game and play on a regular basis. Over the years I have played a type of blackjack called "The Take it Leave it Method". You certainly won’t get rich with this tactic or beat the casino, nonetheless you will have an abundance of fun. This tactic is founded on the fact that 21 seems to be a match of runs. When you are hot your on fire, and when you’re not you are NOT!

I bet with basic strategy 21. When I do not win I bet the table minimum on the subsequent hand. If I lose again I wager the table minimum on the next hand again etc. As soon as I hit I take the winnings paid to me and I bet the original wager again. If I win this hand I then leave the winnings paid to me and now have double my original wager on the table. If I succeed again I take the payout paid to me, and if I succeed the next hand I leave it for a total of 4 times my original wager. I keep wagering this way "Take it Leave it etc". Once I don’t win I lower the wager back down to the original amount.

I am very strict and do not back out. It gets very thrilling sometimes. If you succeed at a few hands in series your wagers go up very quickly. Before you realize it you are wagering $100-200/ hand. I have had awesome streaks a couple of times now. I left a $5 table at the Flamingo a couple of years ago with $750 after 60 minutes using this tactic! And a couple of days ago in Las Vegas I left a table with $1200!

You must comprehend that you can lose much faster this way too!. But it really makes the game more enjoyable. And you will be astonished at the runs you see wagering this way. Here is a chart of what you would wager if you kept winning at a 5 dollar game.

Bet 5 dollar
Take 5 dollar paid-out to you, leave the original five dollar bet

Wager $5
Leave 5 dollar paid to you for a total bet of $10

Bet $10
Take $10 paid to you, leave the first $10 bet

Wager ten dollar
Leave ten dollar paid to you for a total wager of twenty dollar

Bet 20 dollar
Take $20 paid-out to you, leave the first 20 dollar wager

Wager twenty dollar
Leave $20 paid to you for a total wager of forty dollar

Wager 40 dollar
Take $40 paid to you, leave the original $40 bet

Bet forty dollar
Leave forty dollar paid to you for a total wager of eighty dollar

Wager $80
Take $80 paid to you, leave the first eighty dollar wager

Wager 80 dollar
Leave $80 paid-out to you for a total wager of 160 dollar

Bet one hundred and sixty dollar
Take 160 dollar paid-out to you, leave the initial 160 dollar bet

If you left at this moment you would be up $315 !!

It is iffy to go on a streak this long, but it often happen. And when it does you can’t deviate and lower your wager or the end result won’t be the same.







7 Nov 16

If you like the fulfillment and adventure of a good card game and the anticipation of winning and making some cash with the odds in your favor, gambling on twenty-one is for you.

So, how can you defeat the casino?

Quite simply when gambling on 21 you are observing the odds and probabilities of the cards in relation to:

1. The cards in your hand

2. What cards should come from the deck

When betting on vingt-et-un there is mathematically a best way to play every hand and this is known as basic strategy. If you add card counting that helps you determine the chances of cards being dealt from the deck, then you can boost your wager size when the odds are in your favor and lower them when they are not.

You are only going to win under half the hands you gamble on, so it is important that you adjust bet size when the risks are in your favor.

To do this when wagering on chemin de fer you must use basic strategy and card counting to succeed.

Basic strategy and counting cards

Since professionals and academics have been studying chemin de fer all sorts of complex schemes have arisen, including "counting cards" but although the theory is complicated card counting is all in all straightforward when you bet on chemin de fer.

If when wagering on chemin de fer you count cards reliably (even if the game uses more than one deck), you can alter the odds to your favour.

21 Basic Strategy

Vingt-et-un basic strategy is centered around an unsophisticated system of how you bet based upon the hand you receive and is statistically the best hand to play while not counting cards. It tells you when playing chemin de fer when you need to take another card or stand.

It’s remarkably simple to do and is soon committed to memory and up until then you can find no charge guides on the internet

Using it when you bet on blackjack will bring down the casino’s odds advantage to near to even.

Counting cards shifting the odds in your favor

Card counting works and players use a card counting scheme realize an advantage over the gambling hall.

The reason this is simple.

Low cards favor the dealer in vingt-et-un and high cards favor the player.

Low cards favor the house because they help her make winning totals on his hands when she is stiff (has a 12, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, or 16 total on their initial two cards).

In casino twenty-one, you can hold on your stiffs if you choose to, but the casino cannot.

The casino has no decision to make, but you do and this is your edge. The rules of gambling on twenty-one require that croupiers hit stiffs no matter how rich the deck is in high cards that will break her.

The high cards favor the gambler because they may break the dealer when he hits their stiffs and also Aces and Tens means blackjack for the gambler.

Though blackjacks are, evenly divided between the dealer and the player, the fact is that the gambler gets paid more (3:2) when she receives a blackjack so the gambler has an advantage.

You don’t have to count the numbers of each of the individual card to know when you have an advantage over the croupier.

You just need to know at what point the deck is rich or poor in high cards and you can elevate your action when the odds are in your favor.

This is a simple commentary of how card-counting plans work, but gives you an understanding into how the logic works.

When playing blackjack over an extended time card counting will help in shifting the edge in your favour by to around 2 percent.