While searching the web a few weeks back, I came across this blog site which had numerous fascinating blackjack betting methods. Being painstakingly tired, I chose that I would log onto my account and try a few of them out.
The very first system I utilized was the “Oscar Grid” and it was absolutely my preferred since it was a real golden goose. With this betting system, you begin with a series of numbers. It can be as long or as short as you desire. I used a series of 5 when I was playing. Next I composed the series on a paper like so, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Each number represents a single wagering system. I identified that I would use $ 10 as one unit.
The very first hand I bet $ 10 and got blackjack. I crossed out the 1 and placed my next bet of two systems ($ 20). I win my next bet and cross out the 2. I now go on to bet 3 units $ 30. Are you starting to see how the system works now? Each time you win, your bet increases to the next number in the series. What takes place when you lose? If you are to lose a hand, you position the exact same bet until you get a win. After you win you would continue to go up to the next number in the series. When you erase your last number, begin a new series from scratch.
Anyways, I bought $ 100 to the table with me and began playing the Oscar Grid. Within the next hour I was up to $ 350! Show me the money child!
The next system I tried was the Martingale. For those of you who do not know what this system is about it can be summarized easily. Double after every loss, return to preliminary wager after you win. I attempted this system out on a table that allowed 10. cent bets. This allowed me to double for quite some time without it getting too costly. Take a look at the series listed below:
10,.20,.40,.80, $ 1.60, $ 3.20, $ 6.40, $ 12.80, $ 25.60, $ 51.20
After 10 losses you are just betting $ 51.20. This is a lot more affordable then a table that has a minimum of $ 10.
The table max is $ 200 so you can double for quite a bit. While this system worked for me, the gains were much slower than the Oscar Grid. Again, with $ 100 and betting one hour, I just wound up with $ 150 in the end. There were also some dangerous minutes …
The last system I tried was extremely enjoyable and also a huge golden goose like the Oscar. It is called the “Fibonacci Betting System”. It would take me some time to describe but it is all in the blog site. This time I handled to achieve $ 325 after an hour of play.
So there you have it, grand total after 3 hours of play is $ 525. Not bad for a day’s work, right?