• Easy To Remember Chemin de fer Technique

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    One of the enjoyable techniques to bet on chemin de fer and be a constant winner is to play like the house competes.

    You may notice more people will complain at the tables if you do so, but why would you care? You will come away with a win, more regularly, over a period of time if you always compete like the croupier. Try it at home, on the internet, or live in the brick and mortar betting houses on a "leisurely day," but make sure you attempt it given that it functions.

    It is the easiest way to play with no counting, definitely no tens or 5’s or anything else to keep in mind. If you stop and consider it, this is why this "strategy" will be the only method you will ever need:

    How frequently does a croupier show a two and make a powerful hand? How many times does a croupier show a three, flip a 10, and end up making a good hand? How often have you split a pair of eights against a dealer’s face and ended up with two losing hands instead of one? How frequently have you split Aces against the house’s face and had two losing hands instead of one?

    It really is astounding how the dealer can draw a hand out with initial hands of twelve,13,fourteen,fifteen, and even 16. It takes place because it’s supposed to happen, because of the total of small value cards in the deck and a few other factors.

    Try this system and see if you play any better than you did in the past. Bear in mind, if you try this strategy or another one, do it consistently and with this one it means you compete like the house every time. Just hit till you get 17 and stand.

     November 9th, 2009  Caleb   No comments

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