On July 31st, 2008, gaming is allowed in Black Hawk, Central City and Cripple Creek, Colorado. The casino facilities in these town greatly depend on gaming dollars from customers and local residents to survive. But under the present gambling rules, a player may only bet a maximum of $5 per wager on the blackjack table. It is next to impossible to edge the casino over the long run. You may be wondering what is the reason.
The slight casino edge every time a gambler makes a wager, even if the blackjack player is using the best technique in the game, will have an effect on the player in the end. The best opportunity for the player to win some money from the game, while scaling down the downside, is to wager progressively with the casino money as you are beginning to edge out the dealer. If you are lucky enough to successfully win several times in a row.
The number of chips on the gaming table can suddenly increased. There are different techniques for successfully managing way 1 wagers, but playing the same amount every card hand over a period of time and time spent in earning profit will be hardly worth it. For most seasoned gamblers, the $5 minimum wager is hardly enough. Winning $5 brings no excitement.
An initiative will appear on the November 2008 ballot in Colorado to improve the limit on the blackjack game to $100. This would greatly improved the advantage of the player advantage on the situation. The initiative also call for adding the game of craps and roulette to casinos. It would improved the gaming experience of players in Colorado.
Wednesday, August 20 , 2008