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BJ Players, where do you play?

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by BJ anonymous, Jun 21, 2006.

    Jun 21, 2006
  1. BJ anonymous

    BJ anonymous Dormant account

    I've had a really bad run at 32Red and am almost giving up playing there. I only managed to break the $4000 level once and I notice that there is a strange 'resistance' at each 1000 mark. Additionally, each time I chip up, the dealer almost always gets an incredible hand, BJ, drawing 21s from 5 or 6s, etc. I play multihand vegas, ave bet 50-100.

    Question: Where do you guys play successfully?

  2. Jun 21, 2006
  3. Oebro

    Oebro Dormant account

    well...it sucks!
    Anywhere where they provide a decent bonus. Which, btw, is NOT 32Red.
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  4. Jun 21, 2006
  5. cipher

    cipher Banned member - being a jerk

    Hi BJ anonymous:

    I do not play any Microgaming casinos at all. Mainly from the standpoint that they all seem to have less than satisfactory wager windows.

    I've had very good luck with BET FRED and BET 365 (but in the case of BET 365) I've not really played recently inasmuch as they've changed their wager window significantly.

    I''ve done very well with MANSION casino and OASIS CASINO & Sportsbook. In the case of OASIS, they are the only casino that I know of that you can elect to play for real or play money an a hand for hand basis without getting out of their system. Additionally, their wager window (none Java 6 DECK INTERNET version) has a wager window of $0.05 to $1,000.00 with the ability to double down and split three times.

    All 4 of the aforementioned operations normally process withdrawals in 24 hours and I've never had a problem in collecting some pretty large payouts with anyone of them.

    Have a good one.
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  6. Jun 21, 2006
  7. The Watchdog

    The Watchdog Dormant account

    sports, poker, casinos
    Costa Rica
    My opinion

    Playing Black Jack Succesfully is like driving safely after drinking a bottle of Scotch... Both of them are just fantasies...

    I've been a Black Jack player for about 7 years and let me tell you that had to be the best creation of hell ever.

    I doesn't matter if you read all over the net that Black Jack is the game with the highest payout, the key is on keeping you playing. This game is so addictive that all casinos need is for you to play a few more hands.

    Honestly, if you check a big casino's BJ activity over a month you will see that out of $2.000.000 wagered, probably the won only like $20.000 out of those $2million wagered. What happens is that the more you play, the more chances you will have to lose.

    However, I will recommend you to look for casinos offering single deck Black Jack... The more decks they use, the more frustrading the game will get and the percentage of more impossible and annoying hands will increase
  8. Jun 22, 2006
  9. Macgyver

    Macgyver Dormant account PABnononaccred

    North Carolina
    Someone must have forgot to tell my bank account that the money coming into it was just "fantasy" money ... :rolleyes:

    Mind you, it's not guaranteed money (what is?) ... but I've been very "successful" the last three years that I've played it with bonuses.
  10. Jun 22, 2006
  11. bb1webs

    bb1webs Webmaster

    gambling portal webmaster
    I have a favorite place, but it is extremely streaky and the only way to make that an advantage is to play small when losing (80% of the time, .... seems like) and big when winning.

    anyway ... here's something from one of my blackjack pages to help you understand the importance of how many decks are used.

    Suppose the deck we are using is made up of only 3 cards. Our deck has only one suit, say it is spades. an Ace, deuce, and jack. I know that isn't enough cards for each of us to even play, but follow along and you'll see the point. Okay, I deal to you an ace. In our "deck"; there remains 2 cards; the deuce and the jack. Of the two cards that remain in the deck; what are the odds of you getting dealt the jack so that you hit a blackjack? They are 1 in 2; because there are only 2 cards remaining. 1 card makes you an automatic winner of 150% of your bet. The other does not. Your chances of winning automatically without facing challenge from the dealer are 50%. You return to play a week later, only to find the game has added an extra deck into the shoe. Now we are playing with 2 decks. So the total cards in our new game of blackjack are: 2 Aces 2 deuces 2 jacks. The dealer begins and you are dealt an ace. That means the deck now has 1 Ace 2 jacks 2 deuces There are 5 cards remaining in the deck. The odds of you getting dealt a jack so that you would be an automatic winner have now become...... 2 chances out of 5. A considerable difference.

    and that's only jumping up one deck. Imagine adding 5 or 7 decks to that equation.
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  12. Jun 22, 2006
  13. BJ anonymous

    BJ anonymous Dormant account

    So where do you play?
  14. Jun 24, 2006
  15. carramrod

    carramrod Dormant account

    West coast
    If you are a BJ player, I REALLY recommend that you try out some of the RTG sites. They really cater to BJ players, whether you like to play small, or are a high-roller. They are a comfortable place to play if you like to bet BIG, because they are used to big betters.

    I have played at quite a few RTG sites, with and without bonuses. It's always been a good experience. BetOnSport, Shark Casino, Cirrus Casino, BoDog... just to name a few. And if you are into the bonuses, they almost always have something to offer you. Just make sure you understand the terms (especially the max cashouts!) before taking one.

    I've had some pretty insainly good runs at RTG's. They do seem streaky at times, but I've never doubted their legitimacy.

    Good luck!!
  16. Jun 25, 2006
  17. silcnlayc

    silcnlayc Just one more spin pleez! CAG MM PABnonaccred PABaccred

    IT Director of Operations
    Left Hungary
    I, too, love to play BJ, and when my slot funds get low, I usually build it up playing BJ quite a bit, just to play the slots again.

    The best return on investment for entertainment time I have found was at Sunset Casino and Kiwi Casino in the long run. I played for hours on a small deposit (NO BONUS!) at both these places just by playing BJ when funds have gotten low. Have hit 6-8 winning hands in sequence NUMEROUS times here and lots of BJ's back to back.

    The second best place I find in entertainment vs deposit vs BJ value is at Casino eXtreme and Grand Aces. I always play BJ at these places just to make the fun stretch and it usually does thanks to the BJ payouts. Keeps me in slot funds! :D (Even when I lose it all in the end, at least I ENJOYED my donation for quite a while :D )

    Worst place to play BJ is Intercasino (I've uninstalled and totally quite playing at this casino) for me. I can never hit more than 2 hands in a row to lose 6 in a row...awful odds there for me. Very hard to make any deposit last there for me also.

    Hope you find your new home and its LUCKY for you!
  18. Jun 25, 2006
  19. Reef

    Reef Dormant account

    I like the term above poster used: "The best return on investment for entertainment time" a LOT better than other terms trying to say the same thing.

    Intercasino has been very kind to me, PLUS, they have single deck blackjack if you don't mind betting $25+ / hand

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