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  • I am new to this Blackjack world, but have played around the world. Right now I live in Germany so I have many casinos in many countries to play. I for some lucky reason win 99% of the time and have never gone home a loser. The casinos in Europe they use the same basic rules though they are smaller compared to U.S. casinos there is a much higher standard of customer requirements such as dress codes. Reminds me of the old days when people dressed up or like a James Bond movie, really cool to see. Anyway I use a couple of trainer games and you must keep in mind these are just helpful games and anyone who thinks they can remember every rule or option to play should remember rules are meant to be broken and are not always correct. Use them as a simple guide not an almighty answer to walking out a winner. Many times I have gone against the recommendations of the game trainer and have won and if I would have followed the advice of the trainer I would have lost. Point being don’t always follow the rule book. So far this trainer game is as close to the real action as it gets, but like others have pointed out it has flaws that are not realistic. The house has the same rights to win as the player does. Go with your gut feelings and know when to walk away. I use these game trainers for basic learning and just to enjoyment. Good luck to all

  • I have a $300,000.00 line so what betting schedule should I use. I always play st same casino offer two deck game can split four times and stay on soft 17. I have won
    and lost hundred of thousands so they know my game. I can nurse alcohol keep my wits act drunk. I want high stakes.
    What is your advice

  • Hey Ken I had to go from a android to a iPhone7 plus.
    Any way I can transfer my advanced strategie over to other phone with out having to make another purchase.
    Thanks

  • IF you have BS down 100% and are proficient counting cards for Double Deck, how much money should you take for a session if your min bet is $25 and your max is $50? And how long should you expect to play for the game to become profitable? Biloxi has a Double Deck that stands on a soft 17 and pays 3-2.

    • If you plan to play for a couple of hours at $25 to $50 bets, a session bankroll of around $800 will give you enough to weather all but maybe 5% of your sessions. However, please be aware that a spread of $25 to $50 is insufficient to beat the game, even the favorable two deck rules in Biloxi. It’s probably close to a break-even spread. To have a reasonable positive expectation, you likely need at least a $25 to $100 spread. That will also increase the required session bank, to over $1000.

        • A 1 to 4 spread is normally still low for a 2-deck game, but your game has good rules. This should be profitable. To be sure, time your restroom breaks for the really bad counts. The only way to know the actual numbers would be to simulate it using CVData or CVCX software. But it sounds reasonable to me.

      • Thank you. I can increase my session bankroll to $2,000. Will this provide a positive expectation? It may take me two months to increase my bankroll so during that time I will continue using your training game to practice the correct strategy. I appreciate your reply and your website.

  • Stanford Wong is and will always be one of the greatest advantage players of all time. I’ve invested so much money in his books. But the information that I have learned is worth way more than the money I’ve spent. I can’t wait until I’m old enough to step foot in a casino

  • Phil Calbi said:
    (Posted to: 6 to 5 Blackjack? Just Say No!)

    Just came back from MGM Grand. Now blackjack at multi deck games with a show is paying only 6:5. Onl games with $50 or higher minimum pays 3:2.

  • I forgot to mention I have noticed on a second hit it sends two cards not one, The game also freezes up and at times gets really slow after so many hands.