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The 5 Greatest Blackjack Myths with Blackjack Professional Henry Tamburin





In this online video, blackjack specialist, Henry Tamburin, gives information on the five greatest blackjack myths. Subjects lined include: the seller generally has a ten as his gap card after a number of consecutive losses you are thanks to acquire progressive betting would make you acquire generally stand on 12 as opposed to a dealer’s 2 and getting even-funds when dealt a blackjack. Henry analyzes each situation and clarifies why the myths persist about these predicaments. Perform Free social on line casino slots – These slots are only for pleasurable and no funds is involved. All new gamers get Free Bonus CHIPS!

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42 comments

  1. Also, as I explain or point out to folks at the table, if they ask, why do you suppose most casinos "advertise " in BIG BLOCK LETTERS right in the middle of the table, the insurance? I can tell you it's not a courtesy for you.

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  2. Questionable dealing skills. Who is dealing? They need some practice. 😁

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  3. if the bet is high like lets say you ride a streak of 3 and bet progressively i take even money anyday, if you just sit at the table and play minimum bet never take Even money.

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  4. this guy has no clue what he's talking about.

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  5. Actually the casino will NOT offer you even money this dude must not even play the game he preaches about. You have to know about even money and ask for it they don't offer it because they KNOW it's a good idea at times. Don't listen to this idiot.

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  6. The part he said about other players going against basic strategy doesn't effect the other players chances of winning is bullshit!! hes wrong and he said it will benefit half the time anyway that is not correct because it's going to hurt more than help more times than not based on percentages of the game since when is the playing field 50 50 for a good/bad move. It isn't, this actually made me angry.

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  7. 3 and 2 is not a myth but a reality. You should increase your bet eventually and follow the trend. As for the 2, unskilled players do cause a lot of damage at the table e.g splitting 10's against dealer's 6.

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  8. One thing That has always confused me when it comes to the subject of Blackjack people say that betting systems don't work and are not going to make you win long term. If you are a proficient enough card counter you will win and lose but ultimately win long term. If Card Counting really pays long term would that be an example of a successful betting system as you raise and lower your bet by the true count?

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  9. Learn to count cards and basic strategy

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  10. progressive betting is the only way to win….start out minimal bet if you win let it ride……if you win let it ride…..if you win third bet put back your money go back to minimal bet…..if you loose third bet you have only lost the minimal in three hands…..if you win your third bet you have 8 times the minimal bet in front of you…..IF YOU PLAY LOTS OF BLACKJACK THIS DOES WORK…..I AM LIVING PROOF NOT SOMEONE WHO WROTE A BOOK OR VIDEO FOR A CASINO……SO CALLED EXPERTS…..IF THEY WAS MAKING SO MUCH MONEY PLAYING THAT WAY WAY WRITE A BOOK……THINK ABOUT IT……..BEFORE YOU PLAY

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  11. I totally disagree about #3, about the progressive betting. Varying the bets is the only chance a player has to beat the house or get even in the long run. This "blackjack expert" focuses only on the mathematical aspect of gambling, but forgets that we as humans are emotional and spiritual beings and we have an aura around us that can influence on the things that happen around us. That's why, in this case in the casino games, people have winning or losing streaks. Scientists can't prove that earlier outcome has effect on the next outcome, but they can neither prove why rushes and winning streaks happen too. Every hand in blackjack hand is roughly 50-50, and cards don't have a memory as he says, but sometimes it happens for a one to win 8 in a row, or lose 8 in a row. Its part of nature. And if a player just keeps flat betting every time (cause cards don't have memory), regardless if he wins or loses, he's gonna die a loser, cause the house always has the advantage. So myth is not busted.
    P.S. And I always insure my BJ, cause you don't get BJ that often, and I don't wanna push when I have the best hand in blackjack. I wanna win money. I don't give a damn about the percentages.

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  12. QUESTION: please tell me mathematically how does the dealer have better than 50% chance of winning when they have same cards and have to get at least 17? I don't understand. Thanks

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  13. I'm sorry but at #3 he says that the results of previous hands have an effect on future hands, unless im misinterpretting him tis is wrong. If the dealer doesnt reshuffle the deck after every hand this cannot possibily be true as using simple logic one could determine that if on the first hand he receives an ace and a 7 then procedes to stand and the dealer receives a 10 and a 6, hits gets an 8. then in the next hand the cards he receives are therefore less likely to be an ace, a 6, a 7, an 8 and a 10. This directly shows that previous hands affect future hands.

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  14. I'm sorry but I have to disagree with the ace even money theory… If I have 200 or more up, and I hit a blackjack, I'm not going to throw away an automatic 200 plus just to maybe get that 100 extra… I'm getting my 200 I'm not going to let him turn a blackjack and hit the table with the back if his hand and say we push you get nothing uh uh

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  15. all these people saying myth 2 is incorrect. I've see bad players help the rest of the table, just as much as I've seen then hurt the table. I'm a firm believer in playing your own had. blackjack is not a team game.

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  16. The subtitles are hilarious!

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  17. This guy is full of shit. #2 is very evident. You can not win if you're at a table where one or more people are not playing basic rules. Any asshole who takes a hit on their hard 14 against a dealer's five or six, avoid like the plague. This guy sounds like he works for the casinos and that black jack is a game of chance. Wrong, it's a game of mathematics with a set of rules that help increase your odds of winning.

    #1 is only correct when you are on your low wager. If you start with a 10 dollar bet and progressively raise it, then if your bet is 40 or 50 dollars, you want to take the even money on a black jack against the dealer's ace.

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  18. So, you truly think other players playing poorly does not cause you to lose?  You are so wrong on that statement.  Optimal strategy only works if the entire table is using the strategy with no missteps.  The entire point of getting the advantage minimized or non existent is to draw small cards out.  The only real time players play poorly is not drawing those bad cards.  Bad players do in fact cause negative implications on the entire shoe and table.  It's not a matter of maybe, in the long runs, it's a matter of math and fact.

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  19. myth number 2 is not a myth lol this shit really happens. if you have 11 and person before you hits on a hard sixteen when the dealer has a 4 showing. he gets a 10 and bust and you double then get a 3…fuck that asshole who took your card lol

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  20. turn sound down and just read the "translation".

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  21. #4 actually has some validity assuming the cards haven't been shuffled yet.  If you've been losing a lot, it means a lot of low cards were probably used up, and thus the rest of the cards would be high in 10s and aces.

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  22. Most of what he said is true, but he was mistaken about the deck not having a memory.  That is the basis for card counting.

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  23. So Henry is saying that card counting does not work?

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  24. Myth 2 contradicts myth 4. Myth 1 put me to sleep. Also if that was the case what about the even money you can't take because the ace was under? It's not a simple 69/31

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  25. Very good tips. However I totally disagree that positive betting progression does not work. Mr. Tamburin has completely ignored hot and cold streaks which occur all the time in every Casino game. The only way to win big is to go with the flow. If the table is hot, bet progressively higher amounts and in no time you will walk away a huge winner. If you loose 4 hands in a row, simply quit and come back later.  

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  26. "every hand has a 48% chance of winning if you exclude the ties"

    I assure you that your chances of winning your next hand is NOT 48%

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  27. cards have no memory?? the shoe has memory, this is total bullshit. the caRDS THAT COME OUT IN THE BEGINING OF THE DECK DIRECTLY EFFECT THE END OF THE DECK. 

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  28. Technically #4 is wrong. Statistically after a loss your odds of winning the next hand go up by around .1% It's still a losing game though.

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  29. Luv these kind of videos 😉

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  30. If you are following basic strategy you should never take insurance. If you are counting cards, there are some instances where you would want to take insurance.

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  31. From what I've read . . . taking the insurance bet is a BAD bet to make?

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  32. This guy knows what he's talking about.

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  33. The advice is the same in either situation.

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  34. Actually, a poor player is more likely to eat up more low value cards taking hits and increase your true count temporarily. In the long run the quality of other people's play simply does not impact your game.

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  35. Interesting, thx for Upload. 🙂

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  36. Sometimes you DO have a "moron" sitting to your right and that is never good…

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  37. The chances that all 10s would be gone from a multi-deck show are astronomical. If you werent counting, how and why would you incorporate the number of unplayed into deciding how to play your hand? ur gonna just guess they're are not a lot 10s? bad idea, like when people change bet amounts dependent on how many players at the table, senseless. If ur counting, then ud have long quit playing before the 10s are gone.

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  38. Odds are based on an infinite deck or on the first hand of a shoe. Odds fluctuate, but average out to be exactly what they were at the beginning. And its not really 48%. He's saying its close to a 50/50 game…the average player loses 2% of what he bets. You will only win 43% of the hands, the dealer will win 48%. This is why people are so bad at blackjack. You spell it out to them in plain english, and you can even demonstrate by winning. Nope, they dont understand so u must be wrong.

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  39. And yeah it matters if an unskilled player eats high cards and not low cards. That's why a counter wants everyone to split 10s and hit hard 19s at low counts, and never hit when the count is high (we can act like jerks when they hit break cards at high counts). What rsm is talking about is using hindsight to justify being rude…a random, unknown card is probably not.a 10. are you mad when turns out not to be? are you mad no matter what, if so, why? or are u only mad in hindsight? dumb.

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  40. Im a low stakes counter, and Im successful. Everything this guy says is correct, although it does seem easy to misinterpret some of it you are not an expert because he is not totally clear (like he says the cards have no memory–they do not have memory in the context of the video, but they have memory only for the way i play). Anyone who insists this guy is DEFINITELY wrong is an idiot, like the ones who blame me when they lose, never considering my winning is anything except pure luck.

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  41. Henry is correct, just don't buy any of his books LOL

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  42. That makes sense. Thank you for clarifying.

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