Or it doesn't matter that much when it comes to loosing series and the fact that blackjack pays x1.5 when you have blackjack makes blackjack better than roulette in the end anyway? Thanks and sorry for my bad english!
This is correct. It doesn't matter what system you use. Of course, this assumes your blackjack strategy is good enough that you actually get a 42.43% chance of winning and 8.48% chance of pushing.
Safer? You need to define safer. If you are worried about wiping out your bankroll because of a cluster of losing bets, then that's a touch more likely with Blackjack. But with Blackjack, there will be occasional Blackjacks which will lurch your bankroll upwards. One thing that makes blackjack more risky is that you will occasionally find yourself obliged* to split and or double a hand many times. It's super amusing and scary to split a pair, say 8s and then have an 8 dealt to those, plit again and get 3s dealt to those obliging* you to double and lay LOTS of chips on what was one hand. So.... Blackjack having the greater variance increases your probability of going bust.... or of winning big.Quote: Sacke86
Hello ain! :)) Is european roulette (single zero) safer when it comes to progressive betting strategies?
BUT blackjack has the much smaller edge. Choose your wager and stake so as to manage the speed at which you lose.
I mention obligation to split or double. Unless you see that obligation to play hands as well as you should, then you should simply not be playing the game. Hitting a low point in bankroll just as you need to split or double is a sure route to bad play and oblivion.
There's never obligation to do progressives as full marty. You need to decide what your session goal is. If you aspire to increase your bankroll by a set amount, then don't place any bet that gives the possibility of exceeding that profit, or else you also increase the probability of going bust.
Progressive betting is fun. More fun than flat betting. It's not a route to wealth and the price you pay is to risk your entire bankroll.
Crazy Losing Series...... They are not crazy, nor are they infrequent or unexpected and they must never be discounted as never going to get you, because they will.
Play what is fun, for fun. Russian roulette is exciting and fun, but not so much when you lose. That's the nature with progressives.
That said, no progressive system will win you money in the long run.
Any game is “better” than roulette, even slots. Just my opinion
Your opinion is wrong. Most slots hold over 10% where single zero roullette he is playing only has a 2.7% house advantage. Or about 1.5% if his game has enprison.