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Re: So rules/# of decks/shuffles are no biggie?
Posted by Moe on 30 September 1999, at 11:33 p.m., in response to Re: OK, so WHO's right?, posted by Just Wondering on 30 September 1999, at 9:04 p.m.
Thanks JW. I'm, typing very carefully since AOL gives no second chances.
I gather from your post that you believe rules changes (which don't seem significant since 1970s) and number of decks in use or types of shuffle aren't significant enough to warrant my abandoning the Uston +/- which I can do in my sleep.
After one hears it enough, one believes that all of this must have some effect on my strategy, but you're right, why would it? I do, however, FEEL Patterson's point about the intuitive nature of BJ stated in the article linked in my first post. I often intuitively keep my bet low in spite of the count. It is on those trips that my money lasts long enough to ride out the swings and I win. I never intuitively up my bet. When I play the count exactly as Ken prescribes, I often break even or worse, tap out.
Thanks for your response. I'll try to put more humor in my next post.
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