Users Kent Posted May 31, 2006 Users Report Share Posted May 31, 2006 Hi guys,The discussions around card counting and card clumping here at the forum are very interesting indeed. Do I get you guys right if I say that it is the presence in the deck (or shoe) of sequences of high cards as well as sequences of low cards that favors the casino? With only high cards the dealer cannot break, and with only low cards he cannot break either. Is that the central claim behind the card clumping theories? Interesting.However, what I wanted to ask you guys is this: When playing blackjack online, where do card counters and cards clumpers end up? Even if randomness is a complex task, to say the least, as this white paper shows, that is not to say that the cards in online casinos will tend to clump up, is it? As far as I can see, any attempt to predict cards in an online casino must be foredoomed to failure, even in the case that randomness is not perfect. Do you agree?And how do card counters look at the online game (if some have the courage to appear here)? Do you consider the game as being played with a single deck that is reshuffled after each hand? Or more than one deck? I have scanned through some of the online casino sites but they donâ€™t seem to address this issue in any great detail.Cheers,David Kent at Gambling-Win.com Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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