Your welcome. I didn't mean to sound brutal, I was trying to be truthful.Quote: LostWages
While I feel a little discouraged that "the longer you play by Basic Strategy, the more likely you are to lose all your money . . . ", at least I'll have some consistency in my losing (or winning) based on a reference point of the strategy card. As I gain experience like yours, perhaps I'll start learning Advanced Strategy - wish they had legalized gambling here in Hawaii.
Having said that, I have my bankroll management in mind to balance out ensuring we have a fun cruise and a good time. I favor your other statement that if I play perfect Strategy, it should take longer to lose!
Appreciate your time and attention!
When I come to the table and get a seat, do I show my Basic Strategy card to the dealer before I put my cash on the table for chips? Of course, I'm hoping NOT to use it unless I get brain-freeze or cold feet on my first session on a live table game. Your words of experience tell me I shouldn't have to worry. Tks!
I want to type a long thing here. I did yesterday and it didn't post. Aaaahhhh!Quote: JimRockford
As long as you're playing 200 practice hands a day, go ahead and learn true basic strategy rather than a simple strategy. It's not really much harder if you practice. You'll feel better not having to look at your card very often.