patronize casinos that give the best penetration.
use as much bet variation as you can get away with.
Your edge comes from bet variation, but vou do not
want to be identified as a card counter.
be aggressive about leaving tables on bad counts.
Try to arrive at a new table after a shuffle, just
as the first round is being dealt; you want to be
too late to make a bet but early enough to see all
the cards that are used. On the next round you may
have to make a bet before the count justifies your
playing to assure yourself of a spot at the table
in case the count goes high.
develop your own style. You can win more money more
pleasantly if you are the only person using your particular
playing style. So use this website only as a source
of ideas that work. Use your imagination and experiment.
If something that gives you an edge works for you,
then use it!
who are watching you do not have to know the real
reason for your actions, but they need to think they
financially motivated player whose own game doesn't
deteriorate makes his leave-or-stay decision based
on how good the game is. If the opposition (or at
least some significant percentage of it) is weak,
or if one player is on tilt enough to be throwing
a party for everyone else, you stay because the prospects
for winning more are good.
If, on the other hand, the likely sources of chips
(big winners who might get careless with their winnings,
and losers who have given up) have left the game and
the only remaining players are both talented and playing
well, there is little financial incentive to keep
playing. The true pro uses this distinction. He plays
on when the prospects for winning more are good and
he moves on when the prospects for winning more are