Quizzical1 Posted March 8, 2014 Report Share Posted March 8, 2014 Boy, I know I'm gonna get clobbered for asking this, but here goes.I get that proper table selection is a key factor to putting the odds of winning on your side, BUT.....The reality for me is, of the three casinos I frequent it is a RARE OCCASSION that I can find an empty seat at a game already in play. Invariably, if there appears to be a seat available there's a chip holding the chair for someone else 99% of the time.Day selection does not matter either. I know that playing M - Th mornings seem to be optimal, but these days / times they reduce the open table count to a bare minimun where all seats are taken anyway. Friday / Saturday / Sunday nights ( I know, the WORST times to play) there are more tables open and usually a few seats open, but the shoes are WAY tougher to play.So, my only strategy thusfar has been to start a new game and bet both P and B until the 4th hand or so and apply either S40 (if ZZ's show) or OTB4L (if 2's show) and adjust accordingly. Usually, others join in by the 4th big road column's 1st entry (playing the Prediction window) at which time I sit back and coast until I can recognize some sort of pattern direction.FWIW - i have been able to start at hand 5 on a few occasions, using simplified 4D, and can hit a +5 with some effort.QUESTION: Anyone have a better idea on how to play when you have no table selection options? Quote Regards,Glenn"Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine per cent perspiration...do your homework" Thomas A. Edison Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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