My 1st Strategy At Blackjack – Free!

Maybe I am a nut to release this info. Even inside right now I feel sickly. Am I doing the right thing? But I feel the need.

I feel the need to silence the naysayers. I also have other reasons that I will not mention here. I have good friends who have doubted me as well and it is time they got confirmation.

I have indeed found 2 mathematical strategies that beat the casino. The first was BlackJack and who knows if it is applicable to other games at the casino? You may find a way. The 2nd strategy I will not release at this time. It beats not only BlackJack but other games as well, possibly all of them. Roulette is a tough one though for several reasons.

I will walk you through the strategy step by step below.

I will use $5 base bets as my example. I am sure any serious gambler will understand the terminology that I use.

There are 3 keys to the strategy:

#1: 3 to 2 payouts on BlackJack.
#2: Increasing bets after a win.
#3: An “External Indicator” (my Bankroll or Buy-In).

I have mentioned before both “Internal” and “External Indicators”. Internal Indicators are what the progression players use. Internal Indicators are: (wins, losses, or certain hand totals like a 20 or 12 or whatever) External Indicators are something outside of the above examples. Card Counting is an External Indicator. Card Counting identifies times that are favorable to the player apart from wins and losses. You could have 5 losses in a row or 5 wins in a row, it wouldn’t matter; when the count is favorable the bets increase. But card counting is such a difficult task both to learn and to employ in a casino. Why hasn’t someone figured out a better way by now?

I expect you all to test this and if you are all honest you will find that the strategy never fails to regain all losses and earn a profit. I made good money with this strategy. It can be improved.

Now to actually using the strategy. You will see the absolute simplicity of it in comparison with Card Counting:

Here I go:

#1: I would sit down at a table at any time. It does not matter if it is at the beginning or end of a shoe. Shoe’s mean nothing in mathematics. Card Counting is more about what physically remains in a deck, not math. But math is used to show some numbers as to how favorable having more high cards than low cards can be, etc. etc.. (I will also mention that i always played 6 deck shoes and that I have never tested with any other number of decks although I think that is irrelevant because this is about math not physics).

I will also mention that Surrender does not work with the strategy. Do not employ it. The strategy will fail if you do.

#2: I would play perfect Basic Strategy excluding Surrender.

#3: I employed one “Internal Indicator” which is a hand that is a “Natural” or “BlackJack”. If my “External Indicator” approved, I would then increase my bets by 1 unit after each BlackJack that was dealt to me, and decrease my bet by 1 unit after each BlackJack dealt to the dealer.

#4: I employed an “External Indicator”. My External Indicator for this strategy is my bankroll. That’s right, my bankroll. My bankroll determined whether or not I increased or decreased my bets when I got a BlackJack. I would only increase my bets when getting a BlackJack if i was down money from my bankroll.

#5: I kept my winnings separate from my bankroll (buy in).

Here is how the play would occur:

Let’s say that we start with a $200 buy in. I would set my chips up neatly on one side so that I could easily count them. I would then begin to play. Any money that I won over and above my bankroll would be set to my other side and always kept separate. Any money won that was less than or up to my $200 bankroll was set in my bankroll pile.

It would not be long before I start to lose money. So I keep playing anyway. I am at $5 base bets. I get a BlackJack. I see though that I am over the $200 I started with. I then set the money over and above my $200 Bankroll into my winnings pile and then keep my bet at base $5. I play a little longer and the dealer gets a BlackJack. I am supposed to reduce my bets by one $5 unit when the dealer gets a BlackJack. But I am already at base so I continue at $5. Suddenly I get a BlackJack! I check my bankroll, and I see that this time I am down money from my $200 Bankroll/Buy In. I therefore increase my bet by one $5 unit to $10.

Now let’s say that I get another BJ (BlackJack). I am still down money from my $200 buy in – excluding my winnings pile from my chip count – and therefore I increase my bet by one unit to $15. Let’s say I get another BJ but am still down money. Again I increase my bet by one unit to $20. But before I get my money back the dealer gets a BJ. I drop my bet by one unit to $15. Then I get 2 more BJ in a row and my bet goes to $20 and then $25.

Finally I get one more BJ. After I collect my winnings I notice that I have now won back my original buy-in plus extra. Now that I have my buy in money back (My External Indicator being the Bankroll/Buy in) I drop my bets down to the base ($5). Then I separate the money that is over and above the $200 from my bankroll pile.

So, for example, I could have had my bets at 8 units which is $40. I get my money back and I immediately drop my bets to base which is $5. I then restart the process all over again.

There are 2 ways that this can be done. You can always wait until you get a BJ that has won you more than your buy in before dropping your bet to base and then separate your winnings from your bankroll/buy in, or you can do what I did playing at the Singapore online casino. I would drop my bet to base the minute I made more than my $200 whether the winning hand was a BJ or a 12 or whatever.

For the purpose of simplicity when testing the strategy, I suggest you only drop the bet to base after having won your money back after you got a BJ. It is just simpler to remember your starting bankroll in a computer game and then see how you lose money and then see how those BJ’s eventually drive your total up and above the bankroll you started with.

I will say that the number of other player’s at the BlackJack table is 100% irrelevant. Their decisions have no effect. It is simply amazing, but those BlackJack’s will come in their time. They cannot be stopped!

Anyway, that is all I am saying for now. That is all I can say I think. Please post any questions and I will get to them when I get to them. Or you can private message me.

For the sake of proving my identity as to it being myself that wrote this, I am going to leave a few indicators as to my identity that I could refer to in the future if necessary. I don’t want to leave my name as I think that should the casinos ever ID me and see my name they may realize my identity and give me grief about playing. I don’t need that.

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