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another Q from the flipside

Posted by plop on 17 August 2002, at 6:47 p.m.

Feel free to ignore my questions if I am wasting your time. Or better still tell me to piss off. Me and my gambling partner use a betting progression method when playing blackjack. eg. 1 unit, 2,3,5,7 and back to 1 if the count is no longer favourable. We modify this by starting further into the progression if there is a favourable count and remaining at 7 units if favourable or until a loss. I have heard that some card counters look down on this method. We have found it successful and tend not to attract any attention. Is this method reasonable for intermediate card counters like myself?

Secondly my mate tends to want to leave a table following a string of losses regardless of the count. My own opinion is that you should always play the figures and only leave if the count is negative. Does anyone have an opinion.

cheers


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