Simple To Remember Chemin de fer System

November 2nd, 2009 by Iliana Leave a reply »

One of the simplest ways to gamble on black jack and be a dependable winner is to play like the house plays.

You might notice more players will complain at the tables if you do so, but why would you care? You will come away with a win, more regularly, over a period of time if you constantly compete like the house. Attempt it at home, online, or live in the physical casinos on a "slow day," but ensure you attempt it because it operates.

It is the easiest method to compete with no counting, absolutely no 10’s or fives or anything to remember. If you pause and think about it, here is why this "technique" will be the only plan you’ll ever need:

How many times does a dealer show a two and make a good hand? How regularly does a croupier show a 3, turn over a ten, and make a great hand? How frequently have you split a pair of eights versus the casino’s face and got 2 losing hands rather than 1? How regularly have you split Ace-Ace vs. the casino’s face and had ended up with losing hands instead of one?

It is really amazing how the casino can draw a hand out with original hands valued at 12,thirteen,fourteen,fifteen, and even 16. This happens because it is supposed to happen, as a result of the total of low value cards in the deck and other elements.

Attempt this system out and see if you compete any better than you did in the past. Remember, if you try this system or any other, do it consistently and with this plan it means you play like the dealer each and every time. Continue to hit till you get seventeen and stand.


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