Welcome to the forum, aceK!Quote: aceK
I have heard to break your bankroll into three different sessions in playing blackjack. I live in Kentucky and there are no local casinos. I have to travel to NC, Ohio, or IN to play blackjack at a casino. There is only one $5 table or $10 table; so do you play your bankroll with a total stop loss of 50% with win rate of 40% at one session or save up to move into the $25 table in order to break it down into the three sessions.
I'm just starting to make it a little more then just a few trips a qtr. I would like to do it more often.
bankroll of $500 to $1000
split any up to 4 times except aces one time
double down after split
I have the basic memorized and starting to learn how to count using hi/low
trying a progressive betting system win one pull then half of the winning hand for the next bet "up and pull"
they have 5, 10, 15, 25, and high roller 50 min bets
cue alarm bells, OP is listening to random gamblers? If so, probability of bad advice is extremely highQuote: aceK
I have heard
For the bankroll aspect of your question, I have only heard* of the Kelly Criterion. Breaking up the bankroll does not come up at all and probably is just some dumb crap that comes out of the mouths of other gamblers and dealers.Quote:
to break your bankroll into three different sessions in playing blackjack...