StevenBlack
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May 11th, 2011 at 2:51:54 PM permalink
I have a blackjack strategy that I believe is lucrative, but I do not have the bankroll now to fund it. I not looking for buyers on this forum; I'm only looking for ideas.

I realize that many do not believe that what I am saying is possible, but I am not asking for discussions about the merit of my strategy.

What I need are ideas about how to sell my strategy. I know I could write a book, etc. But there has to be an easier way, especially if my strategy is as profitble as I believe - especially for high rollers. I could place ads on Craigslist under "Businesses for Sale," or I could auction it off on E-Bay. Any other ideas would be welcomed?
buzzpaff
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May 11th, 2011 at 2:53:30 PM permalink
Why not lose your own money with this wonderful strategy ????
StevenBlack
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May 11th, 2011 at 2:56:05 PM permalink
By the way, I can demonstrate the validity of my strategy by betting with "fake money" on online blackjack websites and showing how much I win. Or, a professional dealer could be hired, and I could use non-tradionally colored chips (that initially only I know the value of) to bet with, and after a certain time period we could see how much I have won.
StevenBlack
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May 11th, 2011 at 2:59:59 PM permalink
Hi Buzz Paff,

As I said, I don't have the money to sustain the low swings, especially because I am not wanting to bet on every single hand of a shoe - only on select hands. So, it takes a long time for the advantage to assert itself. This is why my strategy is suited for high rollers. Remember, I still have the advantage, but one must be very patient if using a small bankroll.

Again, any ideas besides "why don't you use it yourself" are welcomed please.
rdw4potus
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May 11th, 2011 at 3:01:27 PM permalink
Quote: StevenBlack

By the way, I can demonstrate the validity of my strategy by betting with "fake money" on online blackjack websites and showing how much I win. Or, a professional dealer could be hired, and I could use non-tradionally colored chips (that initially only I know the value of) to bet with, and after a certain time period we could see how much I have won.



Why not use your own money? Just start at $1 or $2 tables, and work your way up until you can afford to use your system at higher-denominated tables.
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rdw4potus
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May 11th, 2011 at 3:03:20 PM permalink
Quote: StevenBlack

I am not wanting to bet on every single hand of a shoe - only on select hands. So, it takes a long time for the advantage to assert itself. This is why my strategy is suited for high rollers.



If your strategy is based in any way on the idea that a player can enter and exit a shoe at will in a high-stakes live blackjack game, I think you'll be disappointed by the reality that this is a behavior that is very much frowned upon.
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May 11th, 2011 at 3:11:21 PM permalink
Quote: StevenBlack

I am not wanting to bet on every single hand of a shoe - only on select hands.



Any strategy that you would want to sell must be able to be played at real casinos. You will not be able to come in and out of a shoe without eventually being refused the right to play. It sounds as if your 'strategy' is some form of card counting, which is nothing new. I think you will have a difficult time selling it if you have never actually done it for real in a casino. But good luck.
StevenBlack
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May 12th, 2011 at 6:31:37 AM permalink
Thank you all for your replies. I appreciate it.
StevenBlack
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May 12th, 2011 at 6:41:20 AM permalink
Wow - thanks rdw4potus. I didn't realize anyone offered $1 or $2 tables. I'm going to post in the "Blackjack" forum on this site and ask further about this. Thanks so much! With lots of time and patience, I can work my way up - definitely.
DJTeddyBear
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May 12th, 2011 at 6:51:32 AM permalink
No need to re-post. Members here tend to check all the forums, or just use the "recent posts" link.


Some casinos offer < $5 tables - but require a 25¢ ante.

There may be casinos that offer it without the ante. Sahara offers no ante $1 tables, but pays BJ at 1:1. Then again, that info will only be helpful for another 3 days...
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