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I found my new favorite place to play BJ in CA, how can I take advantage?

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by xelemental, Dec 5, 2013.

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  1. xelemental

    xelemental Tourist

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    Hey guys,

    Theres a casino down here that I've had 4 good solid sessions playing 3-4 hours and coming out winning about $500-$2000 every session. I wont disclose the casino for now in public.

    My Bet ranges: $25-$300

    Game: Blacjack DD
    Rules: DAS, split only once when AA, H17, 3:2 BJ, 50-60% penetration, surrender available. Double whenever you want.

    I've been using the KO system. Pretty much i should start with -4 and start betting bigger when it gets to +1. I just start my count at 0 and start betting bigger at +5 to make it easier on my count.

    Anyways, What are some other count systems that would really make me lots of money? I think a lot of times its luck to that im winning because even when your counting, the cards dont fall your way.

    Any advice would be awesome.
     
  2. topcard

    topcard Older than the Stardust!

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    A DD game with surrender?!? Wow. Nice find.

    I've found that you certainly do not need a +5 in any two-deck game.

    I don't use nearly the spread you do, (I play $10 & spread 1 to 5 units), but I start at +3...sometimes at +2 if the deck has lost 2 or 3 fives.

    +3 = $20, +4 = $30 and +5 = $40. I'll go to $50 on +6 or better, but it very-rarely happens.
    I typically look for $5 tables, so that on negative counts I can go to 1/2 unit - $5.
    Obviously, this is much slower than spreading $25 to $300! But I haven't been backed-off or barred in many years...and I still typically grind out a win on most every session, albeit most of them are small wins.

    If you continue to spread that wide on that game, they will eventually bar you. I would strongly advise you to reduce to no more than a 1 to 6 or 1 to 7 spread.
    That can mean increasing your base-unit, or reducing your top-bet, or a combination of the two.
    But if you want that situation to last awhile, I would definitely be less aggressive than you are.
    Good luck!
    :beer:
     
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  3. Aftermath

    Aftermath Low-Roller

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    I love Pechanga's DD game. :thumbsup:
     
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