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soulhunt79
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January 30th, 2011 at 1:47:31 AM permalink
I have to assume 90%+ of the attaction to the game is when they played it when they were younger. I remember playing this when I was like 8 or 10 and the games would last forever.
egalite
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November 25th, 2013 at 12:11:18 AM permalink
Played a bit of casino war on Sat while waiting for a soccer game to start. A bit like Baccarat except no guessing or looking at meaningless prior patterns. No half price on a Banker 6, half price only when you elect to go to war (never happened). Pleased my 100% success rate is still intact, never lost playing this game :-)

Used a Fibonacci progression, biggest bet 13 units a few times, love the zero HE aspect, until there is a Tie.
FleaStiff
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November 25th, 2013 at 2:37:25 AM permalink
Quote: egalite

Used a Fibonacci progression, biggest bet 13 units a few times, love the zero HE aspect, until there is a Tie.

I don't think you need to worry about any sort of "heat" while playing this game. I doubt surveillance much cares about it. Being able to vary your bets is great, but there really is no "count" to the deck.
egalite
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November 25th, 2013 at 4:06:51 PM permalink
Wasn't concerned about any heat the table max is only $500, reimbursed myself for the tank of gas and cigarettes I bought on my way to the casino. I call it Baccarat's cousin, closest to 9 for the former, highest card for the War game". No brainer, as with ALL casino games (including BJ), everything comes down to the staking plan being used.
FreakyGeek4Lyfe
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December 23rd, 2016 at 7:23:20 PM permalink
There is a myth out there that there isn't a strategy in "Casino War" but you are right and wrong. The reason you are right is because there is luck in this game but the reason you are wrong is because if you pay attention to what cards are coming out then you will have greater success than people who are just putting their money in the circle hoping their card wins. I play this game religiously and I'm successful about 60 percent of the time which is a pretty good percentage. I came in the Casino with $20 and ended up leaving with $400 2.5 hours later. I've lost alot and won alot playing this game. When I lose, many times is because someone isn't paying attention to the cards and adding an extra hand that isn't needed. Of course the House has the advantage but if you play your cards correct than you can be successful. I came in the Casino multiple of times with less than $100 and ended up winning $500 plus. I've also seen players leave the table with 10 stacks ($10,000.00) or more. I've seen 18+ hand runs multiple times to answer you question.

Here is my strategy (Remember this isn't a 100% you're gonna win method);

1) Don't play against the Table!!! The House is gonna eat meaning you aren't gonna win every hand, I repeat you aren't gonna win every hand. The object of the
game is to give the Dealer the lowest card possible. It's the table against the Dealer not the player against other players and Dealer.

2) Pay attention to the card flow. If 3 hands (3 Player Hands plus 1 Dealer Hand) is winning majority of the time, you ride that out. Momma always said if it isn't
broke, don't fix it. Don't change the number of hands being played because you lost once. If the number of hands being played is losing majority of the time then
change the number of cards being played.

3) The best number of hands to play are 3 or less. The more hands being played the better chances of the house to win.

4) If possible, you want to play with the House money not yours.

5) Press (Stack your winnings each hand) when you are on a multi card run and play minimum (Or not play at all) when you think you might lose or situation is iffy.

6) Play your ties (Second or red circle). Playing your ties will allow you to get ahead of the house. This is a game of runs, some are losing and some are winning.
You're gonna have some bad nights and you're gonna have some "On Fire Nights". Placing a $5 chip on the tie will save you everytime because it will give you the
choice to surrender or go to war. The Tie is 10 to 1, second best odds in the Casino (Baccarat is the best 30-1). If you happen to be lucky and play the tie at the
right time and win, surrender surrender surrender. Ties come in two's and three's meaning they repeat their selves. After War, repeat your bet!!!

7) Most of all, have fun!!!!!! This is a game of good vibes. Any negative energy around, the game will follow.
Zcore13
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December 23rd, 2016 at 11:14:58 PM permalink
Quote: FreakyGeek4Lyfe

There is a myth out there that there isn't a strategy in "Casino War" but you are right and wrong. The reason you are right is because there is luck in this game but the reason you are wrong is because if you pay attention to what cards are coming out then you will have greater success than people who are just putting their money in the circle hoping their card wins. I play this game religiously and I'm successful about 60 percent of the time which is a pretty good percentage. I came in the Casino with $20 and ended up leaving with $400 2.5 hours later. I've lost alot and won alot playing this game. When I lose, many times is because someone isn't paying attention to the cards and adding an extra hand that isn't needed. Of course the House has the advantage but if you play your cards correct than you can be successful. I came in the Casino multiple of times with less than $100 and ended up winning $500 plus. I've also seen players leave the table with 10 stacks ($10,000.00) or more. I've seen 18+ hand runs multiple times to answer you question.

Here is my strategy (Remember this isn't a 100% you're gonna win method);

1) Don't play against the Table!!! The House is gonna eat meaning you aren't gonna win every hand, I repeat you aren't gonna win every hand. The object of the
game is to give the Dealer the lowest card possible. It's the table against the Dealer not the player against other players and Dealer.

2) Pay attention to the card flow. If 3 hands (3 Player Hands plus 1 Dealer Hand) is winning majority of the time, you ride that out. Momma always said if it isn't
broke, don't fix it. Don't change the number of hands being played because you lost once. If the number of hands being played is losing majority of the time then
change the number of cards being played.

3) The best number of hands to play are 3 or less. The more hands being played the better chances of the house to win.

4) If possible, you want to play with the House money not yours.

5) Press (Stack your winnings each hand) when you are on a multi card run and play minimum (Or not play at all) when you think you might lose or situation is iffy.

6) Play your ties (Second or red circle). Playing your ties will allow you to get ahead of the house. This is a game of runs, some are losing and some are winning.
You're gonna have some bad nights and you're gonna have some "On Fire Nights". Placing a $5 chip on the tie will save you everytime because it will give you the
choice to surrender or go to war. The Tie is 10 to 1, second best odds in the Casino (Baccarat is the best 30-1). If you happen to be lucky and play the tie at the
right time and win, surrender surrender surrender. Ties come in two's and three's meaning they repeat their selves. After War, repeat your bet!!!

7) Most of all, have fun!!!!!! This is a game of good vibes. Any negative energy around, the game will follow.



Well, you're correct on #2. Could have been worse.


ZCore13
I am an employee of a Casino. Former Table Games Director,, current Pit Supervisor. All the personal opinions I post are my own and do not represent the opinions of the Casino or Tribe that I work for.
FreakyGeek4Lyfe
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December 25th, 2016 at 5:56:21 PM permalink
Just came from the Casino yesterday and left with $500. I know that isn't much money but coming in with only $50, that is a come-up fo sho. My strategy is pretty effective if you use it correctly and of course it's not 100%.
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December 25th, 2016 at 7:30:50 PM permalink
Skimmed through thread.

No mention of staying hydrated.

System does not check out
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December 25th, 2016 at 7:43:57 PM permalink
Quote: FreakyGeek4Lyfe

My strategy is pretty effective.

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RS
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December 25th, 2016 at 11:48:48 PM permalink
How to be "good vibes" when pet armadillo just passed away? Your strategy says nothing about this malfeasance. Can't believe people are that incensitive. Freedom of speech doesn't mean you can mock anyone for any reason. Clyde wants an apology.

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