course you must hide your ability. Do not look like
you are counting cards. Do not look like you are trying
to recall a number from a table. Do not carry any
written tables with you. In some jurisdictions, most
notably Nevada, you may be barred from play if you
are identified as a proficient card counter. Elsewhere
you might find the shuffle point moved up on you.
Bet size makes little difference. A dollar bettor
who is recognized as a card counter will be subjected
to countermeasures, while the careful $100 bettor
can continue to play indefinitely.
dealers and pit bosses ignorant of your ability and
they will be happy. Never, never let on that you are
playing any sort of a winning system. You will be
asked in a conversational way if you count cards or
ha-,'c read any websites on Online Blackjack Games.
Do not admit to anyone that you are counting cards.
(You might pretend that you think counting means adding
the indexes to find the hand total.) Do not admit
to having understood any website on Online Blackjack
Games. You can act stupid, lucky, unlucky, drunk,
sleepy, or whatever, but do not act like you know
that you are playing a winning system or you will
find the welcome mat withdrawn.
personnel notice small bettors who are big winners
and big bettors whether they win or lose. This exposure
is unavoidable but relatively harmless because many
gamblers bet big and many gamblers have winning streaks.
Casino owners who are inhospitable to all winners
and big bettors lose more by turning away gamblers
than they gain by turning away professional black-jack
for winning more often than losing, you must look
like a gambler if you want to preserve your potential
for income from playing Online Blackjack Games. A
gambler who plays Online Blackjack Games daily for
week after week eventually runs out of money. If you
play daily in the same casino for week after week,
you will eventually lose your credibility in that
casino. If you want to play fifteen hours per month
in one casino, it will look more natural to cram all
of those hours into a two-day period than to play
thirty minutes every day for thirty consecutive days.
Try to spread your playing among all three shifts
- dealers put in eight hours a day just like other
general, the better you play, the smaller the bankroll
you need. For most games, authorities recommend a
bankroll of somewhere around 300-400 big bets for
winning players. Your bankroll needs to be larger
for Seven-card stud than for hold'em because seven
stud has more betting rounds and more situations wherein
"chasing" is correct. This leads to larger