Whereas OP has the ability to control the dice when he is shooting; only it's his lack of patience when others are rolling that is keeping him from winning the multi-millions of dollars anyone who could control dice with even a 1% edge could expect?
Lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of blackjack APs have about a 1% edge or slightly more and do not win "multi-millions." And it's not just because of casino countermeasures and barrings. The same is true of sports bettors, the best of whom can maybe get about a 4% edge. It just doesn't work like that. There is an unwritten law re gambling as an AP. The law is this: it's not too hard to make a little money or even a medium size amount. But it's really, really hard to make big money and very few do.
I believe he was a believer of DI until later. I don't believe he in nowadays. He backtracked quit a bit. I don't know if he will say it's not possible people would want a refund and possible tarnish his reputation. Most logical people realize if it's possible there's serious money to be won. Heat is minimal.Quote: lilredrooster
Another blackjack legend, Stanford Wong (wonging it) believed dice control is feasible and wrote a book about it, "Wong on Dice."
If anyone reputable here who has skill or know someone who does(AND THEY CAN KEEP THEIR MOTH SHUT), and they have money.... willing to bet it, have them contact me. I have a legitimate situation that's mathematically significant +EV without DI ANY advantage from DI would really juice it up. (I'll consider making you a deal). But Axel why are you not playing it? I/we will be shortly.... it probably won't last long.
Don't bother trying to mine information from me, or come with some small bank roll and risk tolerance.
I believe he was a believer of DI until later. I don't believe he in nowadays. He backtracked quit a bit. I don't know if he will say it's not possible people would want a refund and possible tarnish his reputation.
You're putting words in Wong's mouth. To fantasize that he fears he will have to give out refunds is preposterous.
I am a math person.
Your previous post could have been construed as an insult to Romes, but I take exception to that assertion on behalf of all 'math people'
Here is a BBC Documentary
I remember seeing this ... in the "breaking Vegas" series that I am pretty sure is not BBC
stay tuned, checking this out
OK, this series, not to be confused with a book and movie of the same name, did get shown on the History Channel. Who was behind the production is not clear from what I have found on the internet. Thus I am fairly sure someone put this on youtube incorrectly crediting the BBC