Users Dunwerken Posted May 19, 2011 Users Report Share Posted May 19, 2011 Can't remember where I saw it on here, but someone mentioned that they play $25 on 'Player' and $50 on the dragon side bet, also on 'Player'.The flaw I see in this strategy is two-fold.First; you will still need to win substantially more 'Player' bets, than 'Bank', to make up for the double bet on the side.Second; if you check your cards (assuming you keep track of the actual game result), you will likely discover what I did. When I LOSE a hand, I very often lose by more than 4 points.What that means is, if instead of betting WITH your hand on the dragon, add 1 unit to your regular table bet and also bet 1 unit on the OPPOSITE dragon.Now, when you win the table bet, your side bet is free. When you lose the table bet, your opposing dragon bet will often cover the loser and occasionally pick up a sizable win.Using this method, I added 7 units per shoe, although I don't play it much because we don't have these tables in my home casino.Note: this side bet must be consistently a FLAT-BET ONLY! Quote No one lives long enough to get rich slowly Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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