31 thoughts on “When To Bet Big (Blackjack Tutorial) – BlackjackArmy.com”

  1. Mike, i have a question. I'm in Australia, and most of our casinos are CSM. We do have one (Crown Casino in Melbourne) that has 2 $50 min 6 deck hand shuffled shoes. the max is $500 however. with a $2500 bankroll, i know ill have to wong, but am i wasting my time with a bankroll of that size? Want to rob this casino

  2. Sweetheart I'm going to my bathroom now, and fetch my warm berry crisp softsoap pump. Open up because you need to find out if it tastes as good as it smells…lol
    Seriously my dad actually made me take a bite out of a bar of Irish spring for cussing once when I was a girl, ugh!
    Thank you so much for what you're doing. I really love and appreciate you and plan to be getting some of your stuff soon. God bless you sweetheart and take good care.

  3. Waiting to raise your bet at a true count of +3 is waiting way too damn long man because playing conservatively anybody would double their minimum bet at a true count of +2 because at +2 on most games overall on average using Hi-Lo like I know that you use and most people use because you will have about a 1/2% advantage at a true Count of about +2 with hi-lo and you would Raise Your Advantage 1/2% approximately at every additional true Count above that because you start out at the top of any deck at about a half percent disadvantage so you should definitely raise your bet at +2 once you start to have about a half percent advantage over the house or Casino, don't wait any later than that because you will be losing money if you wait any longer than that and some people even start to raise their bet at a true of +1 even though they don't really have any advantage at that point yet they just like to start ramping their bets up sooner rather than later if they have a big bankroll, can handle the increased swings and choose to play more aggressively and also so they can hit their top bets sooner if they want to hit their Top Bets at +3 potentially which is where you normally don't even raise your bets until you get to that point according to what you say in this video but at a true count of +3 you should have about a 1% advantage over the casino which to me isn't really enough to hit your top bets yet but some super aggressive big players feel that it is but I think you should wait a little bit longer like at a true Count of +4 probably but at least at a true of +5 is when you should hit your top bets for sure not any longer than that but if you want to play not so aggressively then you should start to raise your bet at true +2 then raise it more at +3 then more again at +4 and +5 should be your top bet and that's playing conservatively, most people hit their Top Bet at +4 and super aggressive players hit their top bets at +3 but this is what I've learned playing and studying the game for 24 years so it looks like you should be buying my instructional DVD instead of me buying yours but you couldn't buy mine because I don't have one but you should at least send me a free one for the advice I'm giving you Ha Ha because you're betting ramp is extremely important in blackjack obviously and one of the absolutely most important things there is to know and execute properly to maximize your earnings.

  4. Never could understand how Pesci was successful, he shows no talent at all, awful actor..

  5. I am so glad he got what he deserved at the end of the movie. Someone like that in real life is a piece of shit.

  6. I didn't watch this movie but this guy is way to aggrissive lol, and he is old and likely has no real physical power or skill, he must have some kind of connection that lets him act this way longer than most ever could.

  7. What are you staring at you bald headed jew prick! Only Joe P. could get away with saying that! lol!

  8. Frank Vincent brilliant actor too i would like to know his first movie is the collector god bless him and his family

  9. He always likes to beat the people with phones.

    In JFK, when Joe Pesci was David Ferrie, he was beating someones with phone.

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