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Old May 31st, 2009, 03:20 AM
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For real players who go to the casino for blackjack, perhaps the best betting progression system is Dahl"s progression. Blackjack is a game of cycles and the best way to play is by combining basic strategy and Dahl's Progression with the winning and losing cycles found within each session. Like the stock markets, these cycles can be monitored and used to gauge trends found within each session. Basic strategy, Dahl's Progression and technical trend monitoring of the session, has produced more winning blackjack sessions for me than any other strategy that I have used. Despite what card counters do in simulated play, real blackjack action requires an approach that is usable in real life. There will be winning and losing sessions, the best approach is to recognize the trend, and continue or terminate play as indicated by the trend. Recently at a casino in upstate NY, I caught a brief upswing trend which allowed me to win $230.00 with a $15 base bet Dahl's Progression in 20 minutes. I recognized the trend reversal and left the table. I monitored the player who took my seat and found he had a negative then flat trend cycle. Had he used Dahl's Progression, he would reduced his losses and may have recovered, but he was flat betting and then put all in, only to lose it all.
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Old May 31st, 2009, 03:31 AM
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same times i use simelar progression
1,1,1,1,1, no profit 1,1,1,1,1
2,2,2,2 no profit 1,1,1,1,1
3,3,3 no profit 1,1,1,1,1
4,4 no profit 1,1,1,1,1
5
not bad results
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For real players who go to the casino for blackjack, perhaps the best betting progression system is Dahl"s progression. Blackjack is a game of cycles and the best way to play is by combining basic strategy and Dahl's Progression with the winning and losing cycles found within each session. Like the stock markets, these cycles can be monitored and used to gauge trends found within each session. Basic strategy, Dahl's Progression and technical trend monitoring of the session, has produced more winning blackjack sessions for me than any other strategy that I have used. Despite what card counters do in simulated play, real blackjack action requires an approach that is usable in real life. There will be winning and losing sessions, the best approach is to recognize the trend, and continue or terminate play as indicated by the trend. Recently at a casino in upstate NY, I caught a brief upswing trend which allowed me to win $230.00 with a $15 base bet Dahl's Progression in 20 minutes. I recognized the trend reversal and left the table. I monitored the player who took my seat and found he had a negative then flat trend cycle. Had he used Dahl's Progression, he would reduced his losses and may have recovered, but he was flat betting and then put all in, only to lose it all.
The only time you can identify a trend is after it occurs. The cards in the deack are in a random, unknown order. The only way to gain an advantage is to know the composition of the remaining cards in the deck, which is always changing, and whether those remaining cards favor you or the house. Varying the size of your bets does not provide you with any of this information.

Having said that, you can win money with progression betting strategies, but this is purely determined by luck.
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Old May 31st, 2009, 10:09 AM
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For real players who go to the casino for blackjack, perhaps the best betting progression system is Dahl"s progression. Blackjack is a game of cycles and the best way to play is by combining basic strategy and Dahl's Progression with the winning and losing cycles found within each session. Like the stock markets, these cycles can be monitored and used to gauge trends found within each session. Basic strategy, Dahl's Progression and technical trend monitoring of the session, has produced more winning blackjack sessions for me than any other strategy that I have used. Despite what card counters do in simulated play, real blackjack action requires an approach that is usable in real life. There will be winning and losing sessions, the best approach is to recognize the trend, and continue or terminate play as indicated by the trend. Recently at a casino in upstate NY, I caught a brief upswing trend which allowed me to win $230.00 with a $15 base bet Dahl's Progression in 20 minutes. I recognized the trend reversal and left the table. I monitored the player who took my seat and found he had a negative then flat trend cycle. Had he used Dahl's Progression, he would reduced his losses and may have recovered, but he was flat betting and then put all in, only to lose it all.
Perhaps the admins ought to consider some kind of monitoring program that will autoban anyone who suggests that a progression system is a good way to play
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Old May 31st, 2009, 10:51 AM
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Perhaps the admins ought to consider some kind of monitoring program that will autoban anyone who suggests that a progression system is a good way to play
surprising as it may be they can have their merits, it's a lot a matter of where your mind is regarding such ploys and what your objectives are and what your understanding of the possibilities and probabilities are.
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If your goal is to lose money, they are quite useful.
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If your goal is to lose money, they are quite useful.
there ya go, if that's where your mind is at, it's virtually a guarantee.
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The only time you can identify a trend is after it occurs. The cards in the deack are in a random, unknown order. The only way to gain an advantage is to know the composition of the remaining cards in the deck, which is always changing, and whether those remaining cards favor you or the house. Varying the size of your bets does not provide you with any of this information.

Having said that, you can win money with progression betting strategies, but this is purely determined by luck.
Not true. The basis of technical trading of stocks, bonds, commodities and currencies uses a pattern study which allows the trader to access possible trending patterns. Through careful win - loss profit monitoring at the table, a loss trend can be detected, as I did in NY, resulting in termation of the session. Dahl's Progression has worked many times for me in the last ten years or so, and I find that it maximizes profits during a winning streak, while minimzing loss. The only drawback was when to quit or continue a session. The technical plan I devised, worked well so I will stick with it. Multiple decks, shuffle machines have destroyed the counters edge. Proper BS play combined with Dahls Progression is now the best way to play.
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Not true. The basis of technical trading of stocks, bonds, commodities and currencies uses a pattern study which allows the trader to access possible trending patterns. Through careful win - loss profit monitoring at the table, a loss trend can be detected, as I did in NY, resulting in termation of the session. Dahl's Progression has worked many times for me in the last ten years or so, and I find that it maximizes profits during a winning streak, while minimzing loss. The only drawback was when to quit or continue a session. The technical plan I devised, worked well so I will stick with it. Multiple decks, shuffle machines have destroyed the counters edge. Proper BS play combined with Dahls Progression is now the best way to play.
Nicely put, DT Man. In Australia, it's often hard to get a seat at a table with hand-shuffled decks. CSMs are hugely popular with casino management. Most BJ players will be increasingly in need of help, what with poor rules, heat and the ever-present machine. Whatever help that form arrives in, they won't care... If only it does eventually arrive.
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Default my own progression system

its called the "Stop Loss Upswing Terminator" or SLUT for short, it is much better than my previous system "Winning House Over Random Equation" or as it was known WHORE.

Basically it works like this, (and i think you will find its been proven by thousands of simulated hands, and im sure you will all agree a lot of simulations are needed.)

If a beautiful woman walks past your table, double down, if she is truly amazing, triple down, and if she has her bazookas out, then apply a 10 fold bet down, now if you win this hand, you simply stop betting and give the girl the money.

Simple and Effective.

Cheers
Ringy
PS dont ask about the other progression method "WIFE".
 

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