Yes, I know it's been covered, but I'm heading out in a couple weeks, and after every "great" session of blackjack, I feel like I've left a lot on the table. I always increase my bets based on how I feel ... or just some arbitrary decision as I'm winning. I never try to up my bets when I am playing from behind, because I don't chase losses. I think I play too conservatively when I press my bets, however, so I am looking for a pep talk. Let's just use nice round numbers for the sake of examples. Say I start at a $25 table, how quickly -- and at what level of aggression -- would you press yours? I'm not looking for an answer or a system, just curious how everyone plays it. Even if I get up like $300-400, I generally have trouble taking my bet any higher than the 125-150 level, just because I would hate to give it all back on one of those evil split/double hands. Someone help me find my peaches so I can come back with an epic story!