Progressive Betting at Blackjack: Does it Work?

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There are all sorts of “systems” to beat blackjack, and one of the most popular is progressive betting, or martingale betting. But does it actually work? In this video, professional card counters Colin and David break down what progressive betting is, and why it isn’t worth your time or money.

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Progressive Betting at Blackjack: Does it Work?

10 thoughts on “Progressive Betting at Blackjack: Does it Work?

  1. To quote (yoshi I think said it on GWAE) “progressive betting works until it doesn’t” Lol

  2. Why can't you just move to tables with higher limits and once you win move back to the 5$ table. Bring $50k and make 5 dollars at a time for rest of your life….$50k would be a cheap retirement fund and u would make a killing.

  3. I want to know. Progressive betting system and flat betting system in roulette

  4. much love to you colin! Thank you for answering to my queries so promptly, and I really admire you guys what you do! props!!

  5. Zero sum game doesn't mean a game where the chances are even, it means a game where one parties gain is the other's loss which is the case in Blackjack against the Casino/Dealer. Any money you gain is out the Casino's pocket and vice versa so it is a Zero Sum Game.

    Easy way to tell is ask "is there any way we can work together to make the total output of both parties higher than otherwise" if the answer is no then it's a zero sum game.

  6. Here's an idea. Forget about any table that sits in a casino pit, and go to a table called NL poker. You have control of what you do 8/10 times, without having to put money up prior to either getting bad cards, or good ones. Then, you can figure out if you feel like checking, betting, calling, or folding. That's the best in the world.

  7. Bet more when you're up, bet less when you're down. Doesn't take a system to figure that out.

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