Blackjack Tips Information & Video Source:
I was not able to merge all of the varying clips together. Hence a Part 1 and a Part 2.
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 the Stearn for Blackjack Betting System vs Flat Betting. Both systems bet on the same hand unless there is a disruption in the flow of the cards in instances where Stearn strategy deviates from Basic Strategy.
Each player starts with 50 chips.
Flat bet player bets 1 chip per hand.
Stearn player starts with a bet of 1 chip. For each loss the next bet increases according to the Stearn progression as follows: 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 4, 4, 8, 8. In the event of a win, Stearn will parlay the original wager and winnings on that original wager. If that parleyed wager is won, the cycle is complete. If that parlayed wager is lost, the progression resumes to the next position from where the won occurred. Blackjacks and multiple wins in splits and double-downs are treated as a single win.
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.