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BoSox

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#21
kcchiefsfan1982 said:
2 deck would be better, but it is what it is. I am not giving up, and I still enjoy the thrill of laying out two hands of $50 or 3 hands of $75...get that bit of an adrenaline rush.
You have something backward. Why would you have more money bet on each of three hands than what you have bet on each of two hands? Unless you are sure there is only going to be one more round left to be played in the shoe there is no reason to be playing three spots. Last, if you are experiencing adrenaline rushes you are not properly prepared for what it takes for beating the game.
 
#22
BoSox said:
You have something backward. Why would you have more money bet on each of three hands than what you have bet on each of two hands? Unless you are sure there is only going to be one more round left to be played in the shoe there is no reason to be playing three spots. Last, if you are experiencing adrenaline rushes you are not properly prepared for what it takes for beating the game.
Because kcchiefsfan1982 has no idea what he is doing, or talking about in regards to BJ. Same as when he first appeared on this forum. Learning HOW to win at BJ should be the easy part. Putting into practice is the tough thing to do. kc doesn't have a clue about either unfortunately for him.
 
#23
So I went to 3 local casinos and the conditions seemed horrendous. The game rules seemed fine. I haven't seen a casino with more than 4 active by tables. 2 of which were 25 min. Actually wonging seems impossible leaving a bad shoe maybe. I had really kind of expected to be able to do. A little damage locally. Kc area.

Also every casino had an id scanner should I worry about that?
 
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