Now, this is an interesting phenomenon. I have decided to raise this topic up here because my country's blackjack spread is very limited and I have heard that by limiting the betting limits, the casinos in Australia is increasing the house edge to their favour.
Of course, streaks cant be predicted but they just occur out of the ordinary. Say the table has a betting limit of between $ 30 and $ 600 which means as counters, you can only employ a 1-20 spread ONLY.
If you happen to win one hand, you then double to $ 60 and if you win the second hand, you double again to $ 120. If you win again you double to $ 240 and if you win that hand again you double to $ 480 then you cap your bets at $ 480.
If you lose any of the above hands, you only lose your original $ 30 ONLY which is equivalent to losing one unit. Yes the shoe deck has no memories of streaks but I have had long winning streaks of up to 10 consecutive hands playing with dealer heads on and playing only one box (spot).
If you happen to win the $ 480 (after the 5th consecutive win), you would have won 33 units. If you lose any of the above, go down to the lowest table limit.
I mean after 2000 hands played, there has to be a continuous winning streak of over 5 consecutive hands. The problem is you dont know when it will occurs.
Pit bosses wont raise an eyebrow if you use reverse Martingale at all.
Please post criticisms at the above system. I am relatively new to counting so feel free to post constructive/destructive criticisms.