Color of blackjack review
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Log in or Sign up. Blackjack and Card Counting Forums. Got my copy yesterday and read a good bit of it last night. I think the author has done a good job explaining the system down to what you need to know to get the money, although you still need the original KO book to really get the basics of maintaining a running count, etc.
I agree with his conclusions after doing several back of the envelope calculations that you need not TC to use TKO. The best visual explanation nice pics of frontloading that I've seen in the texts I've owned. Although after trying briefly for about an hour on CV, I'm not completely convinced that memorizing all of the different key counts is easier than true counting.
Perhaps one could simplify it further and still obtain much of the gain by picking an early, middle, and late key count. I feel this way because if I'm still struggling with this discard tray estimation, what I consider my achilles heel as a counter, the only reason I'd ever personally go with an unbalanced system to begin with is to avoid dealing with the hassle of deck estimation. Here is my question: If one could come up with compromise warm numbers what Dravot calls the key count in KO terminology based on early, middle, and late in the shoe, couldn't you capture nearly all of the advantage of TKO?
Although I don't have a ton of confidence in my deck estimation abilities, I'm sure I can accurate judge early, middle, and late portions of a shoe. I have used several systems in the past and have been using TKO for several years now with much success. Dravit's book makes learning and using this count system very easy for the novice.
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Discussion in ' General ' started by Carmine , Sep 14, Log in or Sign up. Blackjack and Card Counting Forums. If so, what color are they are what are the dominations they have, I never seen anything higher, Im just curious. Carmine , Sep 14, Montreal Casino , Sep 14, Jeff25 , Sep 14, Dyepaintball12 , Sep 14, Does blackjack have its own chips, don't they just use the casino standard? And the casino standard would depend on the highest value games, my local casino doesn't have anything over dollar chips, at least on the general floor, because the highest value games are dollars, for all games I think.
For blackjack it is dollars for the max bet. Maybe in the VIP room they have higher chips for the bigger games. Could be different here, Adelaide casino uses a sort of yellow colour for 10 dollar chips instead of blue like in the movies.
Speaking of movies, are the thousand dollar chips really bigger than normal? And those passport sized gold slabs they had in Casino Royal, has anyone here ever actually had something as high value as that? CasinoKid , Sep 14, However, I don't think there is any rule of standardization that requires certain denominations be specific colors - so they could easily be different from casino to casino.
Jeff Dubya , Sep 14, ChefJJ , Sep 14, SecurityRisk , Sep 14, I see yellows and oranges for dollar chips. In general, I also see greys for dollar chips. But then I have also seen brown for dollar chips. Mimosine , Sep 14, They appeared like swirley black and gold colored. I had a few of them yesterday had a good day and broke a several session losing streak.
Red Green and Black are the only truly consistent colors it seems. Also, I noticed that some places will have the chips be larger in diameter after a certain denomination, which is a nice touch. EasyRhino , Sep 14, Allegedly there are 10k chips at the Bellagio. But no one uses them, because it's a huge hassle to cash them. On rare occasions a grey will show up on a non-high limit table, but I've never seen a blue in person.
This is the most popular money-management system used. Players bet a fixed amount on every hand, irrespective of the results of the previous hands. By doing this, the player will, in the long term, lose no more that the house advantage against the player, if the player is following our basic strategy this is less than one percent. In the long run however, these slight wins and losses will total out. Across the course of thousands of hands, the mathematical probability of losing less than one percent of all hands played shows.
Another benefit of the constant wager method is that it does not involve a large bankroll which some of the other money management system do. Because the amount bet only rises when the player elects to split or double down, a player can begin the session with 20 betting units 20 times the amount of his consistent wager and anticipate lasting the whole session.
A player either wages analytically following to a defined method or at random. While the amount bet does not differ, as in other methods, it is still planned and implemented according to a strategy. The Martingale system is very straightforward; it is one of the easiest systems to learn, aside from the constant wagering scheme.
The player begins at a single betting unit, and then doubles the amount following each loss, once the player has one they return to the original betting unit. For example, if a player loses one hand, they then place two units on the next hand, should he win, he wins back the previous loss and stands one unit ahead. This is shown in the table below. Straightaway, you can see the downside of using this system — it requires a large bankroll.
This is made even worse if a hand is doubled or split. This sum can be daunting to players. In order for it to be successful in the long run, players have to have a large bankroll and buy in at a low-limit table. Despite this, this method is effective, so much so that the rules of the game were changed in an attempt to defeat it. Table limits were brought in to defeat players who used followed this method with huge sums of money.