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The first base position offers the enlightened player an advantage that is very seldom exploited. Due to clumping, you are able to predict the first card ten with a high degree of accuracy. We are now offer the full Zero Proximity Manual and the New Blackjack Manual for $195. If you want to learn how to exploit this casino vulnerabilty sign up now. You can be reading the manual in 5 minutes. Why wait?

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  • The articles in the little casino published magazines? They are wrong.

  • Card counting does NOT work

  • Basic strategy is WRONG!

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Keith Smith

How does clumping fair when the casino is using auto card shufflers?

Good question!! In my experience shuffling machines do not eliminate clumping, nstead they help preserve it. Recognize that casinos understand that if all cards were purely random, Basic Strategy enhanced with card counting alone would beat Blackjack. If shuffle machines truly randomized cards, therefore, the casinos would not use them. Casinos are not stupid. Clumping produces a huge casino advantage.

This is far more important to the casino than the convenience of shuffle machines. You can see, follow, and take advantage of clumping even with the continuous type shuffle machines.

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Q&A: So is tracking clumping efficiently taken the place of counting. I always found counting took so long to get to any great advantage.

Answer:

And with traditional card counting you Never get to any "great" advantage. So fine, there are excess ten's in the remaining cards. They are only slightly player favorable and you still have no idea of where they are. Then, when you finally get to those tens, the dealer is just as likely to get them as you are. They are only favorable if the dealer has a low up card which is least likely in a high tens area of the shoe.

The fact is. that traditional card counters lose overall, in spite of the hype and the movies. Movies are fictional. I know many successful Blackjack players but none of them are traditional card counters. In spite of all their forums and all their hype, after 30 years, I have yet to find a single bottom line winning card counter. Have you? You will find far better ways to play right here. The game CAN be beat. But card counting is not the way. You are so busy card counting you miss the IMPORTANT stuff going on in the game.

If you think you can't lose in a high count, try this experiment. Take a single deck of cards and separate the lows from the highs. Put all the highs on the bottom and all the lows on the top. The perfect counter's shoe, right? Deal youself a head to head game. With a perfect count you should kill the game, right? WRONG! You'll be lucky to win a single hand. First, the dealer will NEVER break. She can't! She can't break in all lows and she can't break in all highs. In the lows, basic strategy has you standing stiff every hand. (12 -16). When you stand stiff you are betting one thing and one thing only - that the dealer will break. But she can't, can she. You lose every hand in the lows.

Now we get to the highs. Nodody hits so nobody breaks. Generally you will either push or lose. You might get lucky and get dealt a 20 against a dealer 19 but usually luck goes to the dealer. How many unlucky dealers do you know? You'll likely push or lose every hand in the shoe. And that was with the best count possible.

Now try the experiment again but this time with the highs and lows perfectly intertwined. Now you win nearly every hand with the worst possible count. So much for card counting.

What do we learn from this? A lot of really important stuff they avoid telling you in card counting books, like:

  • The higher the count the less the dealer will break. A plain and simple truth.
  • You need to HIT in low card sections. THAT is how the dealer beat you. Get in the game. HIT! Don't sacrifice the hand to the dealer.
  • The BEST games in BJ are the games with the LOWEST count, not the highest. Card counters avoid the best games like the plague.
  • They look for the WORST possible games - the games with the highest counts. WRONG!

Still want to be a card counter? Well, you aren't alone. There are many other lemmings charging the cliff

BUT, if you want to beat BJ, you are in the right place

When I play head to head, the dealer has virtually no chance.

But I know which games to play and how to play them. All taught right here and no place else

Card counters haven't a clue.

You can tell the winners and honest players by how many times they admit they lost 
not by how many times they say they won.

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Hi Ellis,

Way back in time, I was an NBJ purchaser. I also have a short manual, copyright 1992, "The NBJ First Base Strategy Supplemental Manual". Is this the same material that you are presently selling as FBB?

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Hi Ellis,

Way back in time, I was an NBJ purchaser. I also have a short manual, copyright 1992, "The NBJ First Base Strategy Supplemental Manual". Is this the same material that you are presently selling as FBB?

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Hi Ron, No, we have a newer version but since you already have the old version I'll see if I can get Keith to get you a copy. Then perhaps you could do a review here for the guys.

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Hello Ellis,

I am waiting for Keith to get in touch with me concerning sending a copy of FBB. I appreciate your offer. Have you notified Keith?

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Hi, I am concentrating myself right now on first base. When you guys talk about third base are you talking about the 7th seath at the last box, the one before the dealer. I am getting abit confused there. How should I play wiht 7 players sitting at the table inclusive the dealer from any position. I am not sure if NBJ first base works with 7 players. Any advise to get me going?! Thanks. I have nothing done else than observations. And my observations seemed to be right, now discovering this site a while ago. We do not raising our bet if we see a single ten do we? I did that but I think it is better to see at least the 3 card taking those in consideration before you make a decision. Playing the first 2 boxes will that help for first base? Or what to do when there is a place but not at first base? Are we playing only 1-4-6 from all the other positions except first base? Would be so nice to meet some one at one of the online casinos and we could play there life. That would speed up the learning process. I am willing to pay for that too.

thanks for answering my questions

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Hi Bull21,

I have found that first base can be played at either the first or second hand at the right table. The key word here is RIGHT Table! You need a certain amount of clumping to have this work. 7 players games are tough for first base more often than not. You need high clumping densities and usually when that happens the dealer is not breaking at all. See you are looking for the second ten after your first ten, the less cards delt out the easier it is to get your second ten! Three tens is definitely a good indicator and you should stick to that unless the game tells you otherwise. Third base is the last player dealt before the dealer, could be in the middle of the table if no one else is after that player.

Hope this helps

John

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We don't offer it anymore just zpb, nbj ir wcb

Right, the other manuals cover FBBJ. My son wrote that manual from the other manuals. He was a great writer but not a great BJ player so I don't really trust that manual.

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