6 Things I Wish I Knew Before Becoming A Card Counter

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Some roads are harder than others, but do they all have pitfalls? Colin Jones has been beating casinos as a card counter at blackjack for over 18 years and in this video he shares the most important things he wish he knew before he got into card counting.

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6 Things I Wish I Knew Before Becoming A Card Counter

10 thoughts on “6 Things I Wish I Knew Before Becoming A Card Counter

  1. What do you mean they're not checking the cards when they use the prism? They're still checking the card they're just not lifting it. What the hell else would they being doing?! lol

  2. Dude! So good to see you posting more content. You helped me get through quarantine.

  3. Blackjack is probably the weakest advantage play opportunity out there nowadays. Most professionals AP's have moved past it because it has the thinnest edge and the most heat.

  4. I remember playing when the dealer peeked at the hole card with a ten up.
    The dealer did the "double look", which meant that the hold card was a 4 (the tip of the "4" appears to be "A").
    The ENTIRE TABLE (all strangers) immediately stood pat.
    The dealer busted and we all slyly grinned at each other.

  5. Thanks for the lesson!

    Any ETA on when the shirt you're wearing in this video will be back in stock in a Large, rather than an XL?

  6. What is the difference between the soft 17 rule at a blackjack table? Are you more likely to win at a blackjack table that forces the dealer to hit on a soft 17 or less likely? How does the math play out? Thanks in advance, love the channel

  7. $400/hr huh? And you think you're going to make more selling us your scam lessons? GTFO of here.

  8. Made 100$ today off 60$ and gave it right back. Than played another 100 and lost it. Im sad man 🙁 but I got counting down but I, didn't know about variations and etc. Also blackjack is one of my favorite passion I litterally no life practice everyday with my own cards and chips. And friends and family. Just practicing and I feel like I hit a wall because I'm, just not successful in, casinos as I'd want to be.

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