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I have been playing online for practice at InterCasino let me know if theres anything i should know about them and have been using the BS method.
I never vary my bet except in DD situations and have been sucessful thus far.
Naturally, I had a few questions and began by researching this prospect at my local bookstores and online.
I must say your site has been a valuable resource and will be among all of my recommendations when asked.
A couple things that I haven't yet been completely clear on are troubling me.
You know, 'The Good Guys'.
If I am to begin making an income by gambling there are certain procedures that I plan on following and am glad to as part of the 'work' that will be required.
These include accurate tracking of bets, hours played, money management, etc.
My concern stems from a desire not to get suprised at the end of the year when I discover that I've grossed 35K, and havent saved enough of that for tax purposes.
I'm sure this topic alone could spawn thread upon thread of information and im not against exploring that in length in the future, but for right now I'm more interested to hear from the players with experience in this area as to what a good tax procedure I should consider maintaining in order to play for income 'by the book'.
Second - I understand that Card Counting would increase your odds but I am looking to start without that since I obviously want to aquire a deep understanding of the game, as I know that such an understanding is a great base for future improvement.
I also don't relish the thought of the worry that comes with that particular territory just yet.
My question here is, 1 - Isn't card counting considered 'illegal' in Vegas, but according to the court it is 'ok' in AC, or do I have that altogether wrong.
Some clarification into the risks of playing using CC would be appreciated.
I know InterCasino schuffles the deck after every hand making CC worthless, but that brings me to my next question.
Third - I would more enjoy the prospect of playing for income in an online environment rather than going to Vegas or AC because of the advantages offered by the lifestyle associated with it.
Am I correct here?
Fourth - A basic issue, that I need clarification on.
Using BS on the game I am playing 8-decks, re-schuffle after each hand, Dealer stands on all 17s, Doubling after Splitting allowed, No opinion online blackjack bonuses commit, No Surrender, oops, wrong button.
I accidently hit submit.
Fourth - A basic issue, that I need clarification on.
Using BS on the game I am playing 8-decks, re-schuffle after each hand, Dealer stands on all 17s, Doubling after Splitting allowed, No re-Splitting, No Surrender, and only one card allowed after Splitting Aces I should expect a 0.
So I am correct in my assumption that the more i play the more I expose myself to that advantage.
My issue is how I should structure my bankroll, session limit, and when i should consider multiple losses as a protracted losing streak.
Step away when you're up and never bet more than your limit is what i've heard.
Ive also heard advice that says have a bankroll of 400x your standard bet and play in sessions of 50x your bet.
But in the end does it really matter?
I am confused by these seemingly condraticting circumstances.
Maybe clarification is impossible and I know I am not yet prepared to play for real, but before I do I'd like to understand this better.
Fifth - So many books so little time.
I'd prefer not to buy every blackjack book in existence, but I will of thats what it takes to win much more than that investment.
Can anyone point in the direction of 2 or 3 essential books on the BS system or Blackjack on a whole?
I haven't yet spent a dime on Blackjack and would like to better my odds at all stages, even the literary component.
In summary, I am looking to make this a longterm profitable venture that will be worth the investment in time.
My feeling is that this isnt easy and therefore isn't widely done, but I am willing to exert the discipline and control, weather the ups and downs, and generally do what it takes.
Thanks for your patience and any advice you may have.
Be brutally honest, its the only way I'll learn.
So, that means you must go to a brick vb6 blackjack code mortar casino and count there.
Secondly as for books, I would suggest Professional Blackjack by Stanford Wong for an overall and in depth look into card counting.
A few thoughts A few thoughts on your questions, in no particular order: If you want to make money in conventional ways playing blackjack, you'll need to be playing at a land based casino, and at a table where they do not use CSMs continuous shuffle machines.
You seem to understand that you're playing against a house edge at Intercasino, but you don't seem to grasp the importance of that fact.
The longer you play, the more certain you'll be a net loser.
In their multi-player game, they deal 2 decks out of 8 between shuffles.
It's about as poor a condition for card-counting as you'll find anywhere, but it's still better than shuffling every hand.
I don't recommend anyone approach that game for profit without understanding the EV and variance involved.
It's a risky game, requiring very large bet spreads to get a very small edge.
One hint: If there is noone else at the table, you can leave and cause a reshuffle.
Book recommendations: I'll agree with hiimdoug on both counts.
Wong's Professional Blackjack is an excellent place to start.
KO is a powerful and simple system, and is a good way to get into counting.
I'll add a new title to the mix.
Kevin Blackwood's new Play Blackjack Like the Pros is a new and outstanding addition to the literature.
All three are available here.
Taxes: Paying taxes on gambling winnings is in many ways no different than any other self-employment situation.
You need to have a good idea of what your potential profit for the year is, and plan throughout the year to set aside some of your earnings to pay Uncle Sam his part.
Gambling does present its own set of tax difficulties.
Unless you file Schedule C as a professional gambler, your total wins must be reported on the front page of your taxes while the offsetting losses must be reported as a line item on your itemized deductions.
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It might be just me, but from the way I've read your post your making it sound like it's easy to win.
If I discovered i grossed 35K I think I'd be rather happy, not worrying about taxes.
Anyways as stated above it can be done but not without counting, which still doesnt make it easy.
This is also under optimum conditions.
A few thoughts on your questions, in no particular order: If you want to make money in conventional ways playing blackjack, you'll need to be playing at a land based casino, and at a table where they do not use CSMs continuous shuffle machines.
You say 'in conventional ways', and I'm curious what you mean by that.
What unconventional ways are there to make money playing blackjack?
And is single-deck blackjack not a way to make money, despite the player advantage?
Or is this considered an unconventional way?
Less conventional ways of making money at blackjack would include hole-carding where you catch a glimpse of the dealer's hole card, or exploiting the occasional rumored vulnerability in the shuffling machine.
There are others, probably including some I'm unaware of.
As for single deck games, it is rare to find a game that has a player advantage for basic strategy.
There's one online, but speed of the game and maximum monthly withdrawal limits keep it from being your personal ATM.
Land-based, there was a single deck dealt at the Horseshoe casino in Shreveport, LA which gave the basic strategy player a small advantage.
I haven't looked lately to see if it is still being dealt.
Land-based, there was a single deck dealt at the Horseshoe casino in Shreveport, LA which gave the basic strategy player a small advantage.
I haven't looked lately to see if it is still being dealt.
I did this for a couple weeks.
I assume the house odds caught up with me.
I am flat betting and using B.
I am off to vegas the end of the month with my new found skill.
After all the practicing, I expect to break even or be down a little bit.
The problem I see is that I don't believe I have yet to have a winning streak.
A few loosing streaks are this web page, but I doubt I have won more than 5 hands in a row.
I would be interested in some winning streak stories.
Just my two cents.
Wong and am looking for KO Blackjack my bookstore didnt have it you've been a big help!
I still have one concern.
If you want to learn some more nuances about the game, including how to count without getting caught, put a little more money in Mr.
Wong's pocket and buy Blackjack Secrets, it's a great book that tells you about cover, disguising, taking advantage of promotions, and the like.
Card counting is not illegal.
It is just a myth that it is.
The reason why people talk about not getting caught is because casino property is private property and if the casino decides they don't like you they can kick you off their property.
I wouldn't worry about getting caught.
Unless your making big money ALL the time your not someone they are going to watch.
If you really want to make some extra money playing BJ you won't be walking out every day with 5k or 10k.
If your looking to supplement your income with BJ you should look at what you make right now per day at your day job.
Also to start with your bank roll when you start out may not be that high.
But you may not win every time so you may only end up winning lets say 14k by the end of the year.
When it comes to taxes on gambling winnings.
You need to realize that when you cash out less then 10k in chips at the casino cage no one blinks an eye.
If you cash out for more then 10k they ask for your social security number.
Also when you deposit money into your bank account they only ask for your SSO number when you deposit more then 10k in cash.
If you deposit a check for more then 10k into your account they don't care.
What I'm getting at is that if your making an extra 2k a month I would not worry about paying taxes on that money.
Even though yes you should since that would be considered income.
Unless your making 10 to 20k a month in winnings it is not really worth the time to figure out your taxes with your winnings.
I hope that helps.
Hey, OB, like everyone has stated, do not worry about Card counting as the big illegal hype that Vegas and the other Big Gambling Mecas would like you to believe.
Did you know that in Atlantic City, the Casinos cannot bar anyone from using Card Counting.
The only laws that relate to casinos and Card counting are that "you cannot use a device to determine the outcome of the cards in play".
Some Casinos interpret that as card counting, since your brain can be a device.
However, like was click at this page earlier, Casino, are Private businesses, and they all have the clause, the "right to refuse service".
If the Casino, thinks you are a threat than, they will ask you to leave and not come back worst case senerio.
Otherwise, they will not pay much attention, if you are not winning big money every time you come in.
I did this for a couple weeks.
I assume the house odds caught up with me.
I am flat betting and using B.
I am off to vegas the end of the month with my new found skill.
After all the practicing, I expect to break even or be down a little bit.
The problem I see is that I don't believe I have yet to have a winning streak.
A few loosing streaks are obvious, but I doubt I have won more than 5 hands in a row.
I would be interested in some winning streak stories.
Just my two cents.
Last night, I lost 200 dollars playing 15 a hand in 12 minutes.
Went to another table with 100 dollars.
They closed the table 6 hours later and I cashed in 1100.
Another guy at this table was betting 30 and rasing his bet 30 per hand all night.
Decided to flat bet the 30 for a while and won 11 hands in a row.
Would have made a ton with his old betting strategy.
You can do better.
I was app blackjack real money 15 and 20 until I was up about 500 at the table.
Then we got on this amazing streak and I got betting up to 30-45.
It's easier to do when you know you're way ahead.
I did this for a couple weeks.
I assume the house odds caught up with me.
I am flat betting and using B.
I am off to vegas the end of the month with my new found skill.
After all the practicing, I expect to break even or be down a little bit.
The problem I see is that I don't believe I have yet to have a winning streak.
A few loosing streaks are obvious, but I doubt I have won more than 5 hands in a row.
I would be interested in some winning streak stories.
Just my two cents.
I'll give you several stories.
I've won 20k three different times in Vegas.
I did leave Vegas all three times with the 20k.
The second and third time I won, it all happened in the span of 30 minutes.
This was after sitting for 2 hours both times.
The key to android studio code that type of money or even just half or a quarter of that is not being afraid to play your winnings.
The idea is raising your minumum bet as the night goes on.
At some point my minumum moved from 25 to 50 to 100.
It's like going up a staircase.
You want to raise your min bet when you can play 6 or 7 or 8 hands at your new min bet.
Also I always take advantage of all double downs and splits.
The key though is that I was not afraid to drop 5 or 6 grand when I was up 10 grand.
I never did drop that much during my win streaks but I was not afraid so I was consistent with my play and my betting.
In four winning hands I might have a double and a split with maybe one double involved.
Taking advantage of that short streak.
Maybe losing the next hand or two but looking for my next double or split or maybe a blackjack.
I can't say this enough but it's all about your min bet.
If your low bet is ten bucks winning a hundred is easy but winning a thousand is not.
If your low bet is a hundred bucks winning a thousand is easy.
One thing you need to realize you will never win much playing 10 bucks a hand.
You will win 100 bucks but thats about it.
The thing is leaving your computer or the website after winning 100 bucks is easy.
When your in Vegas it's a whole different story.
You'll get to know the people at the table and you'll start having fun.
When up your first 100 you won't want to leave even though you know you want to and should.
Most people sit at the table for hours on end and get no where.
You'll go up and many times.
Winning streaks for me have always happened in a very short amount of time.
In 5 minutes I've gone up thousands.
I was having fun.
Then I lost what I had.
The truth is there are two ways to approach blackjack.
One way is a money making venture the other is to have fun.
Now just because your having fun does not mean you can't win.
But it's hard to leave when your having fun.
When I go to Vegas to win I go and when I'm up a certain amount I get up and move tables or casinos.
Your friends may want to sit for hours at one table.
I've played at 10 or 15 tables at 3 or 4 casinos in the span of 1 or 2 hours.
So thats my 2 cents.
I should also say that I may have won 20k three times but I have also have lost a lot.
I don't want anyone to think that I've figured out Vegas and I never lose.
I am no different then anyone else I find it hard to leave the table when I'm up a designated amount.
I sense you seem to be a little frustrated because you were winning and now you seem to be on the downward path.
Plus you have not been on any real winning streaks.
I don't know what your experience with casino play is but be ready for A LOT of ups and downs.
Realize that if you really want to win you have to leave the table when your up.
I hope that all made sense.
Good luck in Vegas!
Marc,Thank you for your story and advice.
Maybe I am being too cautious in my thinking.
Others might advise to leave while your up and not play away your winnings.
Having fun is the key.
I am not guite sure I understand your betting scheme completely.
I win the first hand.
What if the reverse is true and you loose your first hand and then possibly your second?
If you loose your first hand are you betting only the minimum on your second hand?
There seem to be a lot of different betting schemes.
Many recommend just flat betting doubling link splitting when possible.
For me that seemed to be the easiest to keep track of.
Since everyone should be using BS, the advantage is still to the house for the long run.
I have read where since you can't hide from the house advantage flat betting or a particular betting making extra money playing blackjack will yield about the same result.
We are for sure short run players.
It would be exciting to keep risking your winnings until worse case scenario I loose back to my original bankroll.
I must admit that I am an aggressive better.
I usually double on the second bet if I win the first.
But when I'm not being agressive I'll making extra money playing blackjack with my minumum bet until I hit a blackjack or a split or double down.
Then after a win with one of those I'll raise my bet, either double or by one chip 10 to 15.
I think you missunderstood me.
You should get up from the table when your up.
You just need to realize that getting up from a table in Vegas is not the same as getting up from your computer.
When I say for you to play with your winnings.
Also the thing about when to raise your bet.
Thats really up to you and how you feel.
I could see getting up and leaving the casino and going home if your best way to play las vegas slot machines and the casino is local to where you live.
If your up two hundred get up and go to another table or better yet go to another table.
Just play small bets and win a hundred or two per casino or per table.
I used to live in Vegas and I've sat at one table for 18 hours straight.
My winnings went up and down up and down.
The casino wants you to sit at that table for as long as you have money in front of you.
Thats why the drinks are free.
So the key is to leave as soon as you can.
The reason why most vistors don't leave as winners is because what else are you going to do in Vegas.
If your up after 30 minutes and you leave the table are you not going to play for the rest of your stay?
So what I'm trying to say is leave the table and go to another and start all over.
But realize playing 10 dollar bets is not going to win you 1000's of dollars regardless of how long you sit at the table, even with the doubles, splitting and BJ's.
The 10 dollar bets will win you 100 or 200.
But if you win that 100 or 2 ten times at different tables and casinos then yes you can win 1000's.
I'm just trying to give you the real deal.
From what you've written you I don't get the idea you've been to a Link style casino.
And even if you have Vegas, with casino after casino lining the strip you can't get away from it while your there.
Vegas is nothing like playing blackjack on the computer.
Also realize that at the 10 dollar tables your also going to see some people do some real interesting things at the table.
Hiting when they shouldn't and not understanding why they shouldn't.
People jump in on games sometimes for one or two hands and then leave.
Hopefully you understand more now.

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To start, I am new to Blackjack.
I have been playing online for practice at InterCasino let me know if theres anything i should know about them and have been using the BS method.
I never vary my bet except in DD situations and have been sucessful thus far.
Naturally, I had a few questions and began by researching this prospect at my local bookstores and online.
I must say your site has been a valuable resource and will be among all of my recommendations when asked.
A couple things that I haven't yet been completely clear on are troubling me.
You know, 'The Good Guys'.
If I am to begin making an income by gambling there are certain procedures that I plan on following and am glad to as part of the 'work' that will be required.
These include accurate tracking of bets, hours played, money management, etc.
My concern stems from a desire not to get suprised at the end of the year when I discover that I've grossed 35K, and havent saved enough of that for tax purposes.
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Second - I understand that Card Counting would increase your odds but I am looking to start without that since I obviously want to aquire a deep understanding of the game, as I know that such an understanding is a great base for future improvement.
I also don't relish the thought of the worry that comes with that particular territory just yet.
My question here is, 1 - Isn't card counting considered 'illegal' in Vegas, but according to the court it is 'ok' in AC, or do I have that altogether wrong.
Some clarification into the risks of playing using CC would be appreciated.
I know InterCasino schuffles the deck after every hand making CC worthless, but that brings me to my next question.
Third - I would more enjoy the prospect of playing for income in an online environment rather than going to Vegas or AC because of the advantages offered by the lifestyle associated with it.
Am I correct here?
Fourth - A basic issue, that I need clarification on.
Using BS on the game I am playing 8-decks, re-schuffle after each hand, Dealer stands on all 17s, Doubling after Splitting allowed, No re-Splitting, No Surrender, oops, wrong button.
I accidently hit submit.
Fourth - A basic issue, that I need clarification on.
Using BS on the game I am playing 8-decks, re-schuffle after each hand, Dealer stands on all 17s, Doubling after Splitting allowed, No re-Splitting, No Surrender, and only one card allowed after Splitting Aces I should expect a 0.
So I am correct in my assumption that the more i play the more I expose myself to that advantage.
My issue is how I should structure my bankroll, session limit, and when i should consider multiple losses as a protracted losing streak.
Step away when you're up and never bet more than your limit is what i've heard.
Ive also heard advice that says have a bankroll of 400x your standard bet and play in sessions of 50x your bet.
But in the end does it really matter?
I am confused by these seemingly condraticting circumstances.
Maybe clarification is impossible and I know I am not yet prepared to play for real, but before I do I'd like to understand this better.
Fifth - So many books so little time.
I'd prefer not to buy every blackjack book in existence, but I will of thats what it takes to win much more than that investment.
Can anyone point in the direction of 2 or 3 essential books on the BS system or Blackjack on a whole?
I haven't yet spent a dime on Blackjack and would like to better my odds at all stages, even the literary component.
In summary, I am looking to make this a longterm profitable venture that will be worth the investment in time.
My feeling is that this isnt easy and therefore isn't widely done, but I am willing to exert the discipline and control, weather the ups and downs, and generally do what it takes.
Thanks for your patience and any advice you may have.
Be brutally honest, its the only way I'll learn.
So, that means you must go to a brick and mortar casino and count there.
Secondly as for books, I would suggest Professional Blackjack by Stanford Wong for an overall and in depth look into card counting.
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In their multi-player game, they deal 2 decks out of 8 between shuffles.
It's about as poor a condition for card-counting as you'll find anywhere, but it's still better than shuffling every hand.
I don't recommend anyone approach that game for profit without understanding the EV and variance involved.
It's a risky game, requiring very large bet spreads to get a very small edge.
One hint: If there is noone else at the table, you can leave and cause a reshuffle.
Book recommendations: I'll agree with hiimdoug on both counts.
Wong's Professional Blackjack is an excellent place to start.
KO is a powerful and simple system, and is a good way to get into counting.
I'll add a new title to the mix.
Kevin Blackwood's new Play Blackjack Like the Pros is a new and outstanding addition to the literature.
All three are available here.
Taxes: Paying taxes on gambling winnings is in many ways no different than any other self-employment situation.
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It might be just me, but from the way I've read your post your making it sound like it's easy to win.
If I discovered i grossed 35K I think I'd be rather happy, not worrying about taxes.
Anyways as stated above it can be done but not without counting, which still doesnt make it easy.
This is also under optimum conditions.
A few thoughts on your questions, in no particular order: If you want to make money in conventional ways playing blackjack, you'll need to be playing at a land based casino, and at a table where they do not use CSMs continuous shuffle machines.
You say 'in conventional ways', and I'm curious what you mean by that.
What unconventional ways are there to make money playing blackjack?
And is single-deck blackjack not a way to make money, despite the player advantage?
Or is this considered an unconventional way?
Less conventional ways of making money at blackjack would include hole-carding where you catch a glimpse of the dealer's hole card, or exploiting the occasional rumored vulnerability in the shuffling machine.
There are others, probably including some I'm unaware of.
As for single deck games, it is rare to find a game that has a player advantage for basic strategy.
There's one online, but speed of the game and maximum monthly withdrawal limits keep it from being your personal ATM.
Land-based, there was a single deck dealt at the Horseshoe casino in Shreveport, LA which gave the basic strategy player a small advantage.
I haven't looked lately to see if it is still being dealt.
Land-based, there was a single deck dealt at the Horseshoe casino in Shreveport, LA which gave the basic strategy player a small advantage.
I haven't looked lately to see if it is still being dealt.
I did this for a couple weeks.
I assume the house odds caught up with me.
I am flat betting and using B.
I am off to vegas the end of the month with my new found skill.
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A few loosing streaks are obvious, but I doubt I have won more than 5 hands in a row.
I would be interested in some winning streak stories.
Just my two cents.
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Card counting is not illegal.
It is just a myth that it is.
The reason why people talk about not getting caught is because casino property is private property and if the casino decides they don't like you they can kick you off their property.
I wouldn't worry about getting caught.
Unless your making big money ALL the time your not someone they are going to blackjack real money play online gambling />If you really want to make some extra money playing BJ you won't be walking out every day with 5k or 10k.
If your looking to supplement your income with BJ you should look at what you make right now per day at your day job.
Also to start with your bank roll when you start out may not be that high.
But you may not win every time so you may only end up winning lets say 14k by the end of the year.
When read article comes to taxes on gambling winnings.
You need to realize that when you cash out less then 10k in chips at the casino cage no one blinks an eye.
If you cash out for more then 10k they ask for your social security number.
Also when you deposit money into your bank account they only ask for your SSO number when you deposit more then 10k in cash.
If you deposit a check for more then 10k into your account they don't care.
What I'm getting at is that if your making an extra 2k a month I would not worry about paying taxes on that money.
Even though yes you should since that would be considered income.
Unless your making 10 to 20k a month in winnings it is not really worth the time to figure out your taxes with your winnings.
I hope that helps.
Hey, OB, like everyone has stated, do not worry about Card counting as the big illegal hype that Vegas and the other Big Gambling Mecas would like you to believe.
Did you know that in Atlantic City, the Casinos cannot bar anyone from using Card Counting.
The only laws that relate to casinos and Card counting are that "you cannot use a device to determine the outcome of the cards in play".
Some Casinos interpret that as card counting, since your brain can be a device.
However, like was stated earlier, Casino, are Private businesses, and they all have the clause, the "right to refuse service".
If the Casino, thinks you are a threat than, they will ask you to leave and not come back worst case senerio.
Otherwise, they will not pay much attention, if you are not winning big money every time you come in.
I did this for a couple weeks.
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I article source off to vegas the end of the month with my new found skill.
After all the practicing, I expect to break even or be down a little bit.
The problem I see is that I don't believe I have yet to have a winning streak.
A few loosing streaks are obvious, but I doubt I have won more than 5 hands in a row.
I would be interested in some winning streak stories.
Just my two cents.
Last night, I lost 200 dollars playing 15 a hand in 12 minutes.
Went to another table with 100 dollars.
They closed the table 6 hours later and I cashed in 1100.
Another guy at this table was betting 30 and rasing his bet 30 per hand all night.
Decided to flat bet the 30 for a while and won 11 hands in a row.
Would have made a ton with his old betting strategy.
You can do better.
I was betting 15 and 20 until I was up about 500 at the table.
Then best way to play las vegas slot machines got on this amazing streak and I got betting up to 30-45.
It's easier to do when you know you're way ahead.
I did this for a couple weeks.
I assume the house odds caught up with me.
I am flat betting and using B.
I am off to vegas the end of the month with my new found skill.
After all the practicing, I expect to break even or be down a little bit.
The problem I see is that I don't believe I have yet to have a winning streak.
A few loosing streaks are obvious, but I doubt I have won more than 5 hands in a row.
I would be interested in some winning streak stories.
Just my two cents.
I'll give you several stories.
I've won 20k three different times in Vegas.
I did leave Vegas all three times with the 20k.
The second and third time I won, it all happened in the span of 30 minutes.
This was after sitting for 2 hours both times.
The key to winning that type of money or even just half or a quarter of that is not being afraid to play your winnings.
The idea is raising your minumum bet as the night goes on.
At some point my minumum moved from 25 to 50 to 100.
It's like going up a staircase.
You want to raise your min bet when you can play 6 or 7 or 8 hands at your new min bet.
Also I always take advantage of all double downs and splits.
The key though is that I was not afraid to drop 5 or 6 grand when I was up 10 grand.
I never did drop that much during my win streaks but I was not afraid so I was consistent with my play and my betting.
In four winning hands I might have a double and a split with maybe one double involved.
Taking advantage of that short streak.
Maybe losing the next hand or two but looking for my next double or split or maybe a blackjack.
I can't say this enough but it's all about your min bet.
If your low bet is ten bucks winning a hundred is easy but winning a thousand is not.
If your low bet is a hundred bucks winning a thousand is easy.
One thing you need to realize you will never win much playing 10 bucks a hand.
You will win 100 bucks but thats about it.
The thing is making extra money playing blackjack your computer or the website after winning 100 bucks is easy.
When your in Vegas it's a whole different story.
You'll get to know the people at the table and you'll start having fun.
When up your first 100 you won't want to leave even though you know you want to and should.
Most people sit at the table for hours on end and get no where.
You'll go up and many times.
Winning streaks for me have always happened in a very short amount of time.
In 5 minutes I've gone up thousands.
I was having fun.
Then I lost what I had.
The truth is there are two ways to approach blackjack.
One way is a money making venture the other is to have fun.
Now just because your having fun does not mean you can't win.
But it's hard to leave when your having fun.
When I go to Vegas to win I go and when I'm up a certain amount I get up and move tables or casinos.
Your friends may want to sit for hours at one table.
I've played at 10 or 15 tables at 3 or 4 casinos in the span of 1 or 2 hours.
So thats my 2 cents.
I should also say that I may have won 20k three times but I have also have lost a lot.
I don't want anyone to think that I've figured out Vegas and I never lose.
I am no different then anyone else I find it hard to leave the table when I'm up a designated amount.
I sense you online blackjack money united states to be a little frustrated because you were winning and now you seem to be on the downward path.
Plus you have not been on any real winning streaks.
I don't know what your experience with casino play is but be ready for A LOT of ups and downs.
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I hope that all made sense.
Good luck in Vegas!
Marc,Thank you for your story and advice.
Maybe I am being too cautious in my thinking.
Others might advise to leave while your up and not play away your winnings.
Having fun is the key.
I am not guite sure I understand your betting scheme completely.
I win the first hand.
What if the reverse is true and best way to play las vegas slot machines loose your first hand and then possibly your second?
If you loose your first hand are you betting only the minimum on your second hand?
There seem to be a lot of different betting schemes.
Many recommend just flat betting doubling and splitting when possible.
For me that seemed to be the easiest to keep track of.
Since everyone should be using BS, the advantage is still to the house for the long run.
I have read where since you can't hide from the house advantage flat betting or a particular betting scheme will yield about the same result.
We are for sure short run players.
It would be exciting to keep risking your winnings until worse case scenario I loose back to my original bankroll.
I must admit that I am an aggressive better.
I usually double on the second bet if I win the first.
But when I'm not being agressive I'll stay with my minumum bet until I hit a blackjack or a split or double down.
Then after a win with one of those I'll raise my bet, either double or by one chip 10 to 15.
I think you missunderstood me.
You should get up from the table when your up.
You just need to realize that getting up from a table in Vegas is not the same as getting up from your computer.
When I say for you to play with your winnings.
Also the thing about when to raise your bet.
Thats really up to you and how you feel.
I could see getting up and leaving the casino and going home if your making extra money playing blackjack and the casino is local to where you live.
If your up two hundred get up and go to another table or better yet go to another table.
Just play small bets and win a hundred or two per casino or per table.
The truth is your winnings will yo-yo up and down if you stay at a table for to long.
I used to live in Vegas and I've sat at one table for 18 hours straight.
My winnings went up and down up and down.
The casino wants you to sit at that table for as long as you have money in front of you.
Thats why the drinks are free.
So the key is to leave as soon as you can.
The reason why most vistors don't leave as winners is because what else are you going to do in Vegas.
If your up after 30 minutes and you leave the table are you not going to play for the rest of your stay?
So what I'm trying to say is leave the table and go to another and start all over.
But realize playing 10 dollar bets is not going to win you 1000's of dollars regardless of how long you sit at the table, even with the doubles, splitting and BJ's.
The 10 dollar bets will win you 100 or 200.
But if you win that 100 or 2 ten times at different tables and casinos then yes you can win 1000's.
I'm just trying to give you the real deal.
From what you've written you I don't get the idea you've been to a Vegas style casino.
And even if you have Vegas, with casino after casino lining the strip you can't get away from it while your there.
Vegas is nothing like playing blackjack on the computer.
Also realize that at the 10 dollar tables your also going to see some people do some real interesting things at the table.
Hiting when they shouldn't and not understanding why they shouldn't.
Hopefully you understand more now.

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For hi-lo the N0 is ~40000 hands so you should be able to over come any negative variance due to standard deviation with a fixed bet spread.
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If you are not counting, forget about it.
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Thanks for your response.
Actually, I thought BS was playing simply BJ following the strategy that casinos recommend until I read the threads and realized that it involves card counting.
I'd never considered this before but I'm willing to learn before I leave.
I'm usually successful when playing single or double deck with manual shuffling.
I want to discipline myself to avoid tilting so I plan on sticking to a certain unit and maybe increasing it when I'm running hot.
Did I miss anything or I answered all your questions.
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The odds for blackjack are dynamic, that is to say they change depending which cards have been dealt.
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Where the real edge comes in, is you will be betting more when the odds of the game based on the remaining cards favors the player.
With some practice anyone can learn to do this.
There are many different systems to choose from based on what you want out of playing and how complex you want to get.
Hi-lo is pretty much the "standard" count but there are others that are easier and nearly as powerful like KO.
If this is something you are interested in, it would take about 2 months to get "casino ready".
The best place to start would be to learn BS for the game you are going to be playing perfectly.
Next in the counting sub-forum read through the stickied threads.
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To start, I am new to Blackjack.
I have been playing online for practice at InterCasino let me know if theres anything i should know about them and have been using the BS method.
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A couple things that I haven't yet been completely no free blackjack bonus deposit on are troubling me.
If I am to begin making an income by gambling there are certain procedures that I plan on following and am glad to as part of the 'work' that will be required.
These include accurate tracking of bets, hours played, money management, etc.
My concern stems from a desire not to get suprised at the end of the year when I discover that I've grossed 35K, and havent saved enough of that for tax purposes.
I'm sure this topic alone could spawn thread upon thread of information and im not against exploring that in length in the future, but for right now I'm more interested to hear from the players with experience in this area as to what a good tax procedure I should consider maintaining in order to play for income 'by the book'.
Second - I understand that Card Counting would increase your odds but I am looking to start without that since I obviously want to aquire a deep understanding of the game, as I know that such an understanding is a great base for future improvement.
I also don't relish the thought of the worry that comes with that particular territory just yet.
My question here is, 1 - Isn't card counting considered 'illegal' in Vegas, but according to the court it is 'ok' in AC, or do I have that altogether wrong.
Some clarification into the risks of playing using CC would be appreciated.
I know InterCasino schuffles the deck after every hand making CC worthless, but that brings me to my next question.
Third - I would more enjoy the prospect of playing for income in an online environment rather than going to Vegas or AC because of the advantages offered by the lifestyle associated with it.
Am I correct here?
Fourth - A basic issue, that I need clarification on.
Using BS on the game I am playing 8-decks, re-schuffle after each hand, Dealer stands on all 17s, Doubling after Splitting allowed, No re-Splitting, No Surrender, oops, wrong button.
I accidently hit submit.
Fourth - A basic issue, that I need clarification on.
Using BS on the game I am playing 8-decks, re-schuffle after each hand, Dealer stands on all 17s, Doubling after Splitting allowed, No re-Splitting, No Surrender, and only one card allowed after Splitting Aces I should expect a 0.
So I am correct in my assumption that the more i play the more I expose myself to that advantage.
My issue is how I should structure my bankroll, session limit, and when i should consider multiple losses as a protracted losing streak.
Step away when you're up and never bet more than your limit is what i've heard.
Ive also heard advice that says have a bankroll of 400x your standard bet and play in sessions of 50x your bet.
But in the end does it really matter?
I am confused by these seemingly condraticting circumstances.
Maybe clarification is impossible and I know I am not yet prepared to play for real, but before I do I'd like to understand this better.
Fifth - So many books so little time.
I'd prefer not to buy every blackjack book in existence, but I will of thats what it takes to win much more than that investment.
Can anyone point in the direction of 2 or 3 essential books on the BS system or Blackjack on a whole?
I haven't yet spent a dime on Blackjack and would like to better my odds at all stages, even the literary component.
In summary, I am looking to make this a longterm profitable venture that will be worth the investment in time.
My feeling is that this isnt easy and therefore isn't widely done, but I am willing to exert the discipline and control, weather the ups and downs, and generally do what it takes.
Thanks for your patience and any advice you may have.
Be brutally honest, its the only way I'll learn.
So, that means you must go to a brick and mortar casino and count there.
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A few thoughts A few thoughts on your questions, in no particular order: If you want to make money in conventional ways playing blackjack, you'll need to be playing at a land based casino, and at a table where they do not use CSMs continuous shuffle machines.
You seem to understand that you're playing against a house edge at Intercasino, but you don't seem to grasp the importance of that fact.
The longer you play, the more certain you'll be a net loser.
In their multi-player game, they deal 2 decks out of 8 between shuffles.
It's about as poor a condition for card-counting as you'll find anywhere, but it's still better than shuffling every hand.
I don't recommend anyone approach that game for profit without understanding the EV and variance involved.
It's a risky game, requiring very large bet spreads to get a very small edge.
One hint: If there is noone else at the table, you can leave and cause a reshuffle.
Book recommendations: I'll agree with hiimdoug on both counts.
Wong's Professional Blackjack is an excellent place to start.
KO is a powerful and simple system, and is a good way to get into counting.
I'll add a new title to the mix.
Kevin Blackwood's new Play Blackjack Like the Pros is a new and outstanding addition to the literature.
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It might be just me, but from the way I've read your post your making it sound like it's easy to win.
If I discovered i grossed 35K I think I'd be rather happy, not worrying about taxes.
Anyways as stated above it can be done but not without counting, which still doesnt make it easy.
This is also under optimum conditions.
A few thoughts on your questions, in no particular order: If you want to make money in conventional ways playing blackjack, you'll need to be playing at a land based casino, and at a table where they do not use CSMs continuous shuffle machines.
You say 'in conventional ways', and I'm curious what you mean by click to see more />What unconventional ways are there to make money playing blackjack?
And is single-deck blackjack not a way to make money, despite the player advantage?
Or is this considered an unconventional way?
Less conventional ways of making money at blackjack would include hole-carding where you catch a glimpse of the dealer's hole card, or exploiting the occasional rumored vulnerability in the shuffling machine.
There are others, probably including some I'm unaware of.
As for single deck games, it is rare to find a game that has a player advantage for basic strategy.
There's one online, but speed of the game and maximum monthly withdrawal limits keep it from being your personal ATM.
Land-based, there was a single deck dealt at the Horseshoe casino in Shreveport, LA which gave the basic strategy player a small advantage.
I haven't looked lately to see if it is still being dealt.
Land-based, there was a single deck dealt at the Horseshoe casino in Shreveport, LA which gave the basic strategy player a small advantage.
I haven't looked lately to see if it is still being dealt.
I did this for a couple weeks.
I assume the house odds caught up with me.
I am flat betting and using B.
I am off to vegas the end of the month with my new found skill.
After all the practicing, I expect to break even or be down a little bit.
The problem I see is that I don't believe I have yet to have a winning streak.
A few loosing streaks are obvious, but I doubt I have won more than 5 hands in a row.
I would be interested in some winning streak stories.
Just my two cents.
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Card counting is not illegal.
It is just a myth that it is.
The reason why people talk about not getting caught is because casino property is private property and if the casino decides they don't like you they can kick you off their property.
I wouldn't worry about getting caught.
Unless your making big money ALL the time your not someone they are going to watch.
If you really want to make some extra money playing BJ you won't be walking out every day with 5k or 10k.
If your looking to supplement your income with BJ you should look at what you make right now per day at your day job.
Also to start with your bank roll when you start out may not be that high.
check this out you may not win every time so you may only end up winning lets say 14k by the end of the year.
When it comes to taxes on gambling winnings.
You need to realize that when you cash out less then 10k in chips at the casino cage no one blinks an eye.
If you cash out for more then 10k they ask for your social security number.
Also when you deposit money into your bank account they only ask for your SSO number when you deposit more then 10k in cash.
If you deposit a check for more then 10k into your account they don't care.
What I'm getting at is that if your making an extra 2k a month I would not worry about paying taxes on that money.
Even though yes you should since that would be making extra money playing blackjack income.
Unless your making 10 to 20k a month in winnings it is not really worth the time to figure out your taxes with your winnings.
I hope that helps.
Hey, OB, like everyone has stated, do not worry about Card counting as the big illegal hype that Vegas and the other Big Gambling Mecas would like you to believe.
Did you know that in Atlantic City, the Casinos cannot bar anyone from using Card Counting.
The only laws that relate to casinos and Card counting are that "you cannot use a device to determine the outcome of the cards in play".
Some Casinos interpret that as card counting, since your brain can be a device.
However, like was stated earlier, Casino, are Private businesses, and they all have the clause, the "right to refuse service".
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Otherwise, they will not pay much attention, if you are not winning big money every time you come in.
I did this for a couple weeks.
I assume the house odds caught up with me.
I am flat betting and using B.
I am off to vegas the end of the month with my new found skill.
After all the practicing, I expect to break even or be down a little bit.
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I would be interested in some winning streak stories.
Just my two cents.
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Went to another table with 100 dollars.
They closed the table 6 hours later and I cashed in 1100.
Another guy at this table was betting 30 and rasing his bet 30 per hand see more night.
Decided to flat bet the 30 for a while and won 11 hands in a row.
Would have made a ton with his old betting strategy.
You can do better.
I was betting 15 and 20 until I was up about 500 at the table.
Then we got on this amazing streak and I got betting up to 30-45.
It's easier to do when you know you're way ahead.
I did this for a couple weeks.
I assume the house odds caught up with me.
I am flat betting and using B.
I am off to vegas the end of the month with my new found skill.
After all the practicing, I expect to break even or be down a little bit.
The problem I see is that I don't believe I have yet to have a winning streak.
A few loosing streaks are obvious, but I doubt I have won more than 5 hands in a row.
I would be interested in some winning streak congratulate, online blackjack real money reddit />Just my two cents.
I'll give you several stories.
I've won 20k three different times in Vegas.
I did leave Vegas all three times with the 20k.
The second and third time I won, it all happened in the span of 30 minutes.
This was after sitting for 2 hours both times.
The key to winning that type of money or making extra money playing blackjack just half or a quarter of that is not being afraid to play your winnings.
The idea is raising your minumum bet as the night goes on.
At some point my minumum moved from 25 to 50 to 100.
It's like going up a staircase.
You want to raise your min bet when you can play 6 or 7 or 8 hands at your new min bet.
Also I always take advantage of all double downs and splits.
The key though is that I was not afraid to drop 5 or 6 grand when I was up 10 grand.
I never did drop that much during my win streaks but I was not afraid so I was consistent with my play and my betting.
In four winning hands I might have a double and a split with maybe one double involved.
Taking advantage of that short streak.
Maybe losing the next hand or two but looking for my next double or split or maybe a blackjack.
I can't say this enough but it's all about your min bet.
If your low bet is ten bucks winning a hundred is easy but winning a thousand is not.
If your low bet is a hundred bucks winning a thousand is easy.
One thing you need to realize you will never win much playing 10 bucks a hand.
You will win 100 bucks but thats about it.
The thing is leaving your computer or the website after winning 100 bucks is easy.
When your in Vegas it's a whole different story.
You'll get to know the people at the table and you'll start having fun.
When up your first 100 you won't want to leave even though you know you want to and should.
Most people sit at the table for hours on end and get no where.
You'll go up and many times.
Winning streaks for me have always happened in a very short amount of time.
In 5 minutes I've gone up thousands.
I was having fun.
Then I lost what I had.
The truth is there are two ways to approach blackjack.
One way is a money making venture the other is to have fun.
Now just because your having fun does not mean you can't win.
But it's hard to leave when your having fun.
When I go to Vegas to win I go and when I'm up a certain amount I get up and move tables or casinos.
I've played at 10 or 15 tables at 3 or 4 casinos in the span of 1 or 2 hours.
So thats my 2 cents.
I should also say that I may have won 20k three times but I have also have lost a lot.
I don't want anyone to think that I've figured out Vegas and I never lose.
I am no different then anyone else I find it hard to leave the table when I'm up a designated amount.
I sense you seem to be a little frustrated because you were winning and now you seem to be on the downward path.
Plus you have not been on any real winning streaks.
I don't know what your experience with casino play is but be ready for A LOT of ups and downs.
Realize that if you really want to win you have to leave the table when your up.
I hope that all made sense.
Good luck in Vegas!
Marc,Thank you for your story and advice.
Maybe I am being too cautious in my thinking.
Others might advise to leave while your up and not play away your winnings.
Having fun is the key.
I am not guite sure I understand your betting scheme completely.
I win the check this out hand.
What if the reverse is true and you loose your first hand and then possibly your second?
If you loose your first hand are you betting only the minimum on your second hand?
There seem to be a lot of different betting schemes.
Many recommend just flat betting doubling and splitting when possible.
For me that seemed to be the easiest to keep track of.
Since everyone should be using BS, the advantage is still to the house for the long run.
I have read where since you can't hide from the house advantage flat betting or a particular betting scheme will yield about the same result.
We are for sure short run players.
It would be exciting to keep risking your winnings until worse case scenario I loose back to my original bankroll.
I must admit that I am an aggressive better.
I usually double on the second bet if I win the first.
But when I'm not being agressive I'll stay with my minumum bet until I hit a blackjack or a split or double down.
Then after a win with one of those I'll raise my bet, either double or by one chip 10 to 15.
I think you missunderstood me.
You should get up from the table when your up.
You just need to realize that getting up from a table in Vegas is not the same as getting up from your computer.
When I say for you to play with your winnings.
Also the thing about when to raise your bet.
Thats really up to you and how you feel.
I could see getting up and leaving the casino and going home if your up and the casino is local to where you live.
If your up two hundred get up and go to another table or better yet go to another table.
Just play small bets and win a hundred or two per casino or per table.
The truth is your winnings will yo-yo up and down if you stay at a table for to long.
I used to live in Vegas and I've sat at one table for 18 hours straight.
My winnings went up and down up and down.
The casino wants you to sit at that table for as long as you have money in front of you.
Thats why the drinks are free.
So the key is to leave as soon as you can.
The reason why most vistors don't leave as winners is because what else are you going to do in Vegas.
If your up after 30 minutes and you leave the table are you not going to play for the rest of your stay?
So what I'm trying to say is leave the table and go to another and start all over.
But realize playing 10 dollar bets is not going to win you 1000's of dollars regardless of how long you sit at the table, even with the doubles, splitting and BJ's.
The 10 dollar bets will win you 100 or 200.
But if you win that 100 or 2 ten times at different tables and casinos then yes you can win 1000's.
I'm just trying to give you the real deal.
From what you've written you I don't get the idea you've been to a Vegas style casino.
And even if you have Vegas, with casino after casino lining the strip you can't get away from it while your there.
Vegas is nothing like playing blackjack on the computer.
click here realize that at the 10 dollar tables your also going to see some people do some real interesting things at the table.
Hiting when they shouldn't and not understanding why they shouldn't.
People jump in on games sometimes for one or two hands and then leave.
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So why do average players insist on taking even money?
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There are 18 small soft hands that should be doubled, and the easiest way to remember them is to follow these three rules developed by Renzy.
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A 16 against a 10 occurs fairly frequently about once every 30 hands.
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This might play a role in remembering those soft 18 losses because they hurt so much while the soft 18 wins are not as eventful.
Thanks for posting this.
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