Many of us hope to make a good living with online casino games, but the bad news is majority of online gamblers are losing money at the tables. Whether you are playing blackjack, poker, slots, craps or one of the other popular casino games, if you are applying your brain to the game you are using your brain to make a living with online gambling, I can guarantee you nothing but failure.
Negate the fact, even in free online trials and playing for fun credits, there comes a period in the life of an online casino player where the tables seem to be against them and the house always wins, during this period it is highly recommended to upgrade your skills and learn poker, blackjack, slots, etc. to start with.
Free casino money is the way to go if you are a first timer looking to test your skills against pros, during this period you will Not make any real money, remember that, but you will learn how to play at free online casinos and have fun at the same time. So what do I do, I am an accountant by training and I have tried out a few systems in the past few years and I lost, well I did not lose as much as I could, but I was sure I could win if I would put the system to work for me.
Myself, being new to a lot of casino games as you might know, I tried a few systems that were available online and the one that really helped me was Matt Mitchell’s “The Blackjack System” and he offers the video needed to explain how you can easily make money taking advantage of the number of decks used in blackjack games.
This got me interested even further and I researched more on my own and I found a system called “The Hi Lo Card Counting Strategy” by Russell Crow of Nevada. I started paying serious attention to this after reading a couple of his articles on his site and I must say that I am a convert. Russell talks to you about card counting strategies and explain how to apply them live at Casinos.
The way it works is you keep track on all the cards dealt by the dealer or the players at the table (keep one eye on the player and one eye on the cards), you will then rate each card on a scale of 1-10. For every card dealt you add a 10 to your “Poker88” total. For instance, if the cards are mostly low cards, you will add 10 to the scale total. If the cards are mostly high cards you will add 10 to the scale total.
The reason this system works is fairly simple. A low card is a card that is usually not good for the player because a dealer can bust (i.e. not spot blackjack) with a high cards. By adding a point value of 10 to the card, the casinos expect for the dealer to bust about 35% of the time. So if the casino is paying out 70% of the time, the odds are about 2:1 against you.
As you can see each card counting system available has its own advantages, but the only system I used that I recommend is the “unmatched numbers” method, as it is the only one that seems to work for me. You can see my results at the link below.