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Money Management

If you decide to stay at one table until you lose your entire single-session bankroll, or lose 40 of those 50 units, then it might be time to get out of the game, especially if the deck is now neutral or unfavorable. If it's favorable, stay around, bet the maximum, and try to salvage your losses with some wins. But only if the deck is favorable. Don't just trust to luck.

Never reach into your pocket after losing all 50 units you've started with. Never. If you've taken a beating at a table-and this will happen from time to time-don't fight the cards. Get up and walk away. Rest and refresh yourself before attempting to hit another table.

If playing seriously over a more extended period of time, perhaps a few days, perhaps a week or more, you should have between 7 and 10 times your single-session bankroll as your total bankroll.

If you are betting $5 chips as your minimum bet, you'd need $250 for one session of play and about $1,800 to $2,500 in reserve for a number of sessions of play.

If you can't keep that much in reserve, you shouldn't be playing in a $5 game. It's very possible to sustain a long run of bad luck before the cards turn in your favor. This can happen to even the most skillful of twenty-one players and could happen to you as well. To weather the temporary losses you must have money in reserve. Remember, if you use our basic strategy and count cards and alter your bets according to the count, you're going to end up a winner.

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The Loose-Aggressive Player
The problem for the loose-aggressive player arrives when he doesn't catch above average cards because in most games, he will then get clobbered. He will invest large sums in multiple pots, but he doesn't get the vitally important "two ways to win." He won't often win with his bet. He can only win with his cards and he's involved with too many substandard ones.

Some players adopt this style when they face weak opponents in their early days. If the opposition routinely folds in the wake of ferocious attack after ferocious attack, why stop attacking? Unfortunately for the loose-aggressive player, even weak players eventually learn to adjust.
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