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While it may feel like you're “owed” a tails, the odds of it being a heads As a player, if you receive several losing hands in a row it is easy to.


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What is the probability of losing the next 6 hands at blackjack using only basic strategy and ignoring all pushes? The answer is, the odds of losing are ^ 6​.


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odds of losing in a row. I was wondering what the odds are in losing hands in a row? for example that link shows the odds of the passline winning in a row for craps is there one for blackjack? thanks. 6 losses: %.


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What are the odds of losing 14 hands in a row playing perfect basic strategy? (​Standing soft 17 with 6 decks) Also what is the calculation to work out how likely it​.


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hit 15 against a dealer's 6, or split 10s, etc.) you will win about 43% of your hands, push 9% and lose 48%. (Even “winning” blackjack players lose more hands.


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r/blackjack: A subreddit dedicated to the card game Blackjack for counters and casual players alike! chance of losing. Probability of losing n hands in a row is (​approx) n. level 1 So, my casino has 6 deck, min bet there is Can you.


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I play the negative system in black jack meaning I double every time I lose until I Win. I wanted to what the odds are of losing 4,5,6,7,8,9 hands in a row?


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In other words, a benefit of losing is that it tends to make the count better.

I had a look at the web site and also found what little he says about the theory behind his odds of losing 6 blackjack hands in a row makes it sound like card counting.

Without knowing anything else, if you lost the last hand in blackjack then it is slightly more likely that more small cards than large just left the deck.

Enter your email address below to subscribe to our weekly newsletter along with other special announcements from The Wizard of Odds! Speaking of supporting my site, it helps to click through my Amazon links when buying books there. More Info Got It! Your expected loss of this play is 0.

This enables the house to accurately comp players and alert them to card counters. However I speculate this is an extremely small effect. In the long run you will lose the same percentage of money bet no matter what system you use.

About video blackjack, that may be the way of the future. The name for this system is the Martingale. What is important is that you play your cards right. Is it that when I sit down at the table, 1 out of my next playing sessions I can expect to have an 8 hand losing streak?

It claims not to be a counting system, yet the vague description of the system that the website gives makes it sound like odds of losing 6 blackjack hands in a row to me.

These appendices show that the more cards that are in your hand the more inclined you should be to stand. Steve from Phoenix, AZ.

I've even taken your blackjack data and made it into a full-color pocket-sized page that I carry in my briefcase for those unexpected trips read more Vegas. That column seemed to put the mathematics to that "feeling" a player can get.

The betting system will not affect the expected loss, but will affect the volatility. Keep in mind this is just what works for me. In somebody accepted my betting system challenge, claiming he could beat blackjack without odds of losing 6 blackjack hands in a row. Knowing how knowledgeable he is about blackjack, I felt that he was probably right, so I declined the challenge.

So my advice is use a system that maximizes the fun of the game. Share this. The results always approach the house edge in the long-term. Jackblack from New Jersey. Love your site. My challenge allowed the player a bet range of 1 to 1, which is probably enough to overcome the house edge, but it will be hard to find a real casino okay with a jump in bet size by a factor of 1, The short answer to your question is, no, tracking wins and losses will not help enough to warrant the bother of doing it.

The claims are pretty out-there: "Win every time" etc. Jim from Atlanta. Would you look into it for us, the gullible public? After I posted it, I received a message from a blackjack genius, who goes by the handle "Cacarulo.

The fewer the decks the more this is true. Enter your email address to receive our newsletter and other special announcements. I know, I know, its some sort of divine intervention betting system Continue reading am talking about and no betting system affects the house edge.

The Wizard of Odds Search. Usually continue reading fun ends when I have lost too much or have played too long. I appreciate the thought of visiting the advertisers.

Any tips? I usually double after a win, go back to my original bet after three wins or any loss more info, and play the game according to the book.

Unless you are counting cards you have the free will to bet as much as you want. These tables look and feel like any other blackjack table, so you card counters may be out of business if these tables are successful.

I hesitate to put this in writing at all because again the effect link probably very small and I fear system sellers will misquote me and imply I endorse any system, which I DO NOT. If you are in the lead then you should bet with the second highest player.

The Wizard of Odds. Ignoring ties the probability of a new loss for a hand of blackjack is So the probability of losing 8 in a row is. Any tips on money management in blackjack? It is not just computer simulations that back this up but the fundamental laws of probability.

Two questions, you said in a previous answer that you don't cap your winnings.

You should do what you are comfortable with. Michael G. The two situations where you should be the most inclined to stand if you have a multiple card hand are 16 against a 10 and a 12 against a 3. However I'm deeply skeptical of anything that claims to "blow old fashioned card counting away. So unless you might actually play there is no pressure any longer to click through the banners. Besides every once in awhile throwing down a bigger bet just adds to the excitement and for some reason it seems logical that if you have lost a string of hands you are "due" for a win. My blackjack appendix 3A and appendix 3B show the exceptions to single- and double-deck blackjack, based on the composition of the hand. The simple answer is no, it neither helps you nor hurts you. I've memorized and follow your rules and generally do well but of course there are times when I lose. Wong says that if you are behind to bet opposite of the leader, small when he bets big, and big when he bets small. With the ups and downs of blackjack it takes hundreds of hours before regression toward the mean will cause actual results to look like expected results. However progressive systems will turn a choppy neutral session into a bad one. The book gets into much more detail. Card counters are an exception to the simple no, they may play multiple hands to draw more cards out of a deck rich in good cards, thus improving their odds. Or does it mean that on any given loss it is a 1 in chance that it was the first of 8 losses coming my way? This would make the remaining deck more large card rich and thus lower the house edge. The details are in my page on the Daniel Rainsong challenge. My question though is what does that really mean? This just goes to show that you should always have double or split money available if you need it. Regarding your second question, there is something to be said about the composition of a hand. When I said the probability of losing 8 hands in a row is 1 in I meant that starting with the next hand the probability of losing 8 in a row is 1 in The chances of 8 losses in a row over a session are greater the longer the session. Blackjack tournaments are not my strong subject. I have seen fully electronic tables with video display at the World Gaming Expo. Note that in both of these situations either two fives or two sixes have left the deck which are the two most helpful cards for the player. I have also seen tables that with cameras can track every bet and every play each player makes. As I always say all betting systems are equally worthless so flying by the seat of your pants is just as good as flat betting over the long term. Everything I have to say about money management can be summarized by the following two rules 1 don't gamble with money you can't afford to lose, and 2 don't gamble if it isn't fun. I usually do pretty well, but it's slow and steady and not very exciting. I have said numerous times that there is no long-term way to beat a game with a house edge. Thanks for the kind words. I tend to think that he would have bet the minimum most of the time, except if it was late in the shoe, and the ratio of losses to wins was very high since the last shuffle, he would have bet the maximum. I have no problem with increasing your bet when you get a lucky feeling. I hope this answers your question. However, this is a weak correlation. Consider what would happen if you alternated between a win and a loss the entire session. If the odds are better, how much better? Yet it does go to show that if you must use a betting system one that increases the bet after a loss is better than one that increases after a win. Progressive betting systems, like yours, will turn a good session into a great one without the risk of catastrophic loss as with regressive systems like the Martingale. Thank for the compliment and I'm happy to help your bankroll last longer. Furthermore, the player who puts a conservative cap on their winnings is never going to experience the fun of a long hot winning streak. Featured Games. When I gamble for fun I keep playing until it isn't fun any longer. I don't put a lot of emphasis on betting systems. The reason is that losing is positively correlated to small cards being played, and winning to large cards. However, you will have less bankroll variance by betting two hands of x as opposed to one of 2x. In blackjack , do you improve your chances by playing two hands at once for x each, versus 1 hand at a time for 2x?