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Old October 27th, 2011, 07:28 AM
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Why did they close my previous thread. I seem to be the only person here with
A winning system that couldnt be stooped till the casino took sway the table.
Showed u the odds
Prove it wrong please
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Old October 27th, 2011, 08:41 AM
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Even if you are a smart player, you lose more times than you win. The reason Card counting works is because you bet more when you are likely to win more. Put very simply.

Your system does not work because you do not play more money when you should be winning more.

If you bet $10, you will more than likely lose.
If you bet $20, you are still more likely to lose.

The cards dont give a **** that youve lost your last 3 hands, its still less than 50% chance of winning.

The only reason you would get barred for this is if you were unusually lucky and the casino went into damage control.

End of discussion.

Please lock this thread.
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Old October 27th, 2011, 08:46 AM
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Why did they close my previous thread.
If you want to know why, read the sticky threads.

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I seem to be the only person here with
A winning system that couldnt be stooped till the casino took sway the table.
That's why.

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Prove it wrong please
Read the stickies.

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