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Yes. There are many names for it depending on who you are. A gambler can call it "luck." A Blackjack player could call it "decks going hot and cold." And a mathematics analyst may call it "statistical variation." In fact a person could simply call "luck" that of being on "the positive side of a statistical variation." In fact, that might there be the basis for improving the odds in your favor. When one looks at Blackjack that way, a logical thing to ask might be, "How does one get to the positive side of the Statistical Variation?"

Now I would guess that some will disagree with me. Yes, for a period of time, some betting schemes "appear" to work. Even I have tried that and been mostly happy. And in the most popular betting scheme for Blackjack, doubling up when you lose, it may seem for quite a while that it works quite well. But then, what is it really doing? You win small, you win small, you win small, and then the day comes when you lose big. And that is the story that I find not only in real life but also billions of hands of blackjack card play by my simulator. But on the other hand, if your betting scheme ties to the health of the current deck in play, now that is another story. Yes, for those people observant and careful, a betting system based on the cards in play or still in the deck... may be in fact be a valid scheme. But now, can you get rich? Ah. That is indeed, yet another question.


The Complete Blackjack Survival Kit Book   The Complete Blackjack Survival Kit Book

A number of books tell you that you can put the odds in some Blackjack games in your favor. Is that true? Yes. But does that mean you can win consistently? That is indeed another question. If you can win consistently why has your neighbor not yet quit his job and moved to Vegas? Why are the casinos still in business? This book uses math and a high speed blackjack computer simulator to get to the bottom of some of these mysteries. It also of course looks at "best play" - and for some different versions of the games. It also looks at betting schemes and some myths that you commonly hear at the gaming tables. And why is this information valid? Are computers smarter than we are? Goodness no. Computers are merely faster. A computer can review results from many billions of hands of play getting far more experience faster than even a very practiced player. That is what computers really add: speed. Who wants to spend 60 years learning? This book provides something of a summary, that I see matches at least what I have seen in real life, and in some popular valid movies on the same subject.


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