32 thoughts on “BLACKJACK πŸ‘‰ Risky Stack-Betting with Dual Hands!!!

  1. Interesting stuff about the multiple hand playing here in Vegas…we have encountered a few scenarios when trying to do so when we are out playing on the casino floor and not filming…we had one casino flat out tell us "no," one only let us if we had a player's card and one (Silverton casino) said we could play two hands BUT had to bet double the minimum…have any of you encountered such rules? We would love to know. Thanks for watching!

  2. That 300$ hand where you split hurt If you took the chance to stand the hands you busted the dealer woulda busted. That’s the thing I have about blackjack. Lots of time is about trusting your gut.

  3. I watch this video before I took a trip to the nearest casino it was just something about this video gave me good luck and I left out with a nice bit of money you guys videos calm me down so when I go in there I could see and stay focused keep the videos coming and God bless πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™πŸ½

  4. At Encore in Boston, MGM in Springfield, and the Indian casinos in CT they will let you play 2 hands at any point. I've never been to LV so this is strange to hear it's even a thing that some places won't let you play two hands.

    I was at Encore a little earlier. I played 150 hands. Did not win 4 in a row the entire time. I won 3 hands in a row a handful of times. But it was a serious grind. I made it a point to stack bet every time. There were a few good opportunities to double and split after stacked. Somehow I ended up leaving up $500 even though I had just 3 blackjack. The dealer in 150 hands had 12 blackjack which is just insanity.

  5. I appreciate the Action also my friend!! I’m in Reno every other weekend, and they allow me to play 1 hand or 5 hands as long as each hand doubles the minimum… I play single deck ($25 minimum) pitch game $50-$125 per hand ..I play at The Eldorado

  6. Insurance is only a smart play when the count is higher than 3! If you aren’t an advantage player, don’t take insurance, you give up 3% more per hour if you insure every ace!

  7. Congratulations on 10k plus subscribers. I play Blackjack at Harrah’s Cherokee Nice win πŸ€‘πŸŒ·β€οΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έand Murphy, NC. I play two to three hands and you have to double or triple the minimum bet.πŸ€‘πŸŒ·β€οΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

  8. I have played at indian casinos in Oklahoma and you can play 3 spots on 6 deck shoes. On 1 or 2 decks, you have to start out with 2 and if go back to one spot, you have to finish the deck with 1 spot. I never consider taking even money a gamble. I will take it all day long. A win is a win. However. insurance is a sucker bet. I do like your channel

  9. I play at Winstar in Oklahoma. We have that same Silverton rule of having to bet double the minimum. I've never really given it a ton of thought. When it's what you know you don't think of it as out of the ordinary.

  10. The only luck I’ve had at casinos there was back in 2005. We used to go to New York Casino and ride the roller coaster then head out to the Tropicana for some gambling. I remember going to the Mirage Casino and there was a killer steakhouse with a 4×4 giant cheese burger and the humongous steak sandwich. Nonetheless none of the them allowed 2 hands back then. Only the small hole in the wall $1 blackjack tables across the street from the Paris Casino. I made $2k on my 2nd day there from $20 I borrowed from my friend because I lost $700 on my first day and was broke. Lol good times.

  11. I was at Boulder station last week and got backed off by Michael for card counting. They wouldn't let me spread to 2 hands either so I stacked up to 300 on one hand. I had a conversation with him about your video where he said he calls surveillance on anyone that hits soft 18v9/10/A even though it's a basic stratehy move. Very friendly guy. Station casinos have the best DD games in Vegas. Love your videos. Your basic strategy has gotten much better since you started posting. I haven't seen a mistake from you in a while!! Good luck and good variance to ya !

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