I'd say it was robotic or predictable, but that would seem harsh to the actual robots. Hehehe.Quote: Ibeatyouraces
I'd believe it to a degree. I read an article about 20 years ago how the martingale was even disliked by casinos on slot machines. Notice the lines went up, bet per line went down. I think casinos as I remember it felt like if an individual lost a certain amount, offering a big bet could negate the day's losses, and it pissed them off. They want smooth variance and people predictable coming back.Quote: OnceDear
Remarkably, 888Casino have been known to ban members for Martingaling them! So the management obviously believe their own mumbo jumbo.
Also, though their blog has posts promoting card counting, they closed my account after specifically accusing me of card counting their live dealer games in a rather nasty email. ( I was in a small way, )