Daily Real Deal: Blackjack 6-decks 1-3-2-6 vs Flat Bet Summary

Blackjack Strategy Video Source & Information:

Six-deck heads-up blackjack following basic strategy.
Dealer stands on all 17s. No surrender. Blackjack pays 3:2.
One shoes. ~75% penetration.

Direct comparison of 1-3-2-6 Betting System vs Flat Betting. Both systems bet on the same hand.

Each player starts with 50 chips.
Flat bet player bets 1 chip per hand.
1-3-2-6 Player starts with a bet of 1 chip, increasing the bet to 3, then decrease to 2, then increase to 6 on consecutive winning hands, and returning to 1 chip on every loss. A win on the bet of 6 completes the cycle and the next bet would start the cycle again at 1 chip.

While the 1-3-2-6 system is often used in even money bets (i.e. red/black in Roulette), some players apply it to Blackjack.

Table minimum: 1 chip. Table Maximum: 100 chips. This would be the equivalent of a $5/$500 table.

You can use this (and forthcoming future videos) as a representative scenario to test your betting system or card counting.

I am not a pro dealer, so be nice.

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Daily Real Deal: Blackjack 6-decks 1-3-2-6 vs Flat Bet Summary

6 thoughts on “Daily Real Deal: Blackjack 6-decks 1-3-2-6 vs Flat Bet Summary

  1. I have friends that play the 1-3-2- (5 or 6) on baccarat, blackjack and craps. Definitely a streak system for a streak bettor. They do very well – basically what you show here. I agree with you about it can feel uncomfortable – I have tried playing it but I get very stingy once I have 6 UNITS profit in just 3 bets. For me it is really difficult to push all of those profits out on one hand at double or nothin.

  2. Hello 8 of spades, question what system do you use when you’re in a real casino? Great video by the way thanks.

  3. If you want to try these, ( I will also look around your channel to see if you did test before, sorry for that)

    1-3-2-4, youll end with more profit if 4th loss, less if 4th win

    D'alembert: start with 1, loss means add 1, win means go down 1, until you are in profit.

    Progressive: 2-1-2-3-4-5 etc, any loss start over

  4. What game are you playing where you’re dealing one card to the left and one card to the right the entire time? It doesn’t appear to be blackjack… Can you please elaborate on what you’re doing with the cards?

  5. I have used this before. I like it a lot. There is no such thing as a system IMO. This is a good way to manage your monies, play for quite awhile on a small budget and it's way more fun playing with house money! LOL!!! I like 1324 as well like that Kinky girl said. It's a nice way to extend your playing time if you do both! walk in with $300 to $500, stay no more than three hours, that's my rule!

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