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So the only way for me to win was to doubledown my 16, which had everybody groaning, but what are you going to do? Miracle of miracles, I.


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Anyway, my story is less funny and more of an eye-roller. Stupid "strategy" but he was getting great cards and winning money so it was kind of hard to tell him.


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You do realize that a person's play before you has absolutely nothing to do with your hand. The kid just sits there calmly and says "I know". Turns out she figured she would play some just to kill a little more time, and ended up hitting the jackpot and was waiting for a hand pay. Did have one drunk guy acting the buffoon in the middle, but it was all good. I finally settled on a table that I was doing OK at, and was hoping to get back to even before heading to bed. Best Seller. Wasn't trying to start a debate on the effects of other people's bad play. As I was sitting down and waiting for the next shoe, I was watching the guy in 1st base lose hand after hand. See all. Kid refuses to split them and just takes a hit despite the dealer asking him a couple times. Related to that I have a sort of funny recent story - not hilarious but amusing. Related: What are the most popular tours in Las Vegas? Nope, I disagree that it will just as likely help as hurt. Report inappropriate content. Dealer doesn't bust and guy at the end loses. The effect of multiple people consistently playing "badly" is similar to continually reshuffling the deck. The girl left to go to the bathroom, but left her money on the table. Anyway, my story is less funny and more of an eye-roller. Girl still isn't back, but her money is still there. Once the cards have been shuffled, their order is set. But it was when the dealer let drunk guy HIT on a multi-card soft without pointing out he had 21 that I and one or two others had enough and got up and left! Just one of those things, I guess! She had quite a bit. Well, I don't know how it happened, but it was like she flipped some sort of switch; from that point on we lost 5 hands for every one that we won, and in less than 15 minutes we were all cleaned out, they closed the table and the dealer went home. I know Basic Strategy isn't a guarantee, but it's all in the probability, folks! She would do stuff like hit a 15 against a dealer 4. But this isn't a debate of basic strategy Well, I was a table where a guy stayed on 10, despite the urgings of the rest of the table as well as the dealer. Up, down, up down, basically just playing for fun, and it's in the wee hours of the morning. I was still not back to even yet, so I decided to wait. Special Offer. It was the middle of the night at the Luxor , and I was table hopping all night with not much luck. I think it all evens out in the long run, so nothing to get to upset about. After a couple of shoes, the girl still hasn't come back yet, and the dealer is not quite sure what to do. It doesn't matter. Didn't take long to figure out he just had a couple of quirks. I was playing at a non- Vegas casino at a table with a guy who was losing and was really taking it badly. Unless you can predict cards it makes no difference how people play. NFL guy sits out the next hand but doesn't leave just glares at the nerdy kid. Destination Expert for Las Vegas. Table at the Trop was having a good time. Well, the dealer finished switching out the cards, and asked me if I wanted to wait for the girl to come back, and I said no, because I just wanted to get back to even and get some sleep. I don't care if they give me new dice. Just proves that sometimes the smart players NFL guy played good strategy lose and the bad players win. They're looking to close down this portion of the room, and the pit boss comes over to tell us that in 15 minutes they're closing the table, and tells the dealer that she can go home as soon as the table is closed. Found out later the guy was a retired NFL player - dealer recognized him as a frequent player Well, a really nerdy looking kid sits down and a couple hands in he has 13 to a dealer 6 and says "hit me" - dealer says "you sure" and the guy insists on taking the hit saying "I don't like 13's". I was at first base, and there was a girl at third base, with a few others coming and going at the other spots. Technically your second sentence is true but not the first. New dealer had no personality, seemed to hate his job, and quickly put a damper on the table. That why people think it doesn't make any difference. Any funny blackjack stories? Re: Any funny blackjack stories? Alas, time for the dealers to switch. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. I went back and told the pit boss what happened, and then headed for bed. Ask a question.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Browse forums All Browse by destination. Anyway I doubled my money and left the table a little later. A couple more shoes later, I am finally back to even, so I cash out. All forums. That is why they call it gambling. I do sometimes get frustrated when people do really odd things just because of the bad karma. Right after that the table got really hot and the nerdy kid just kept getting great cards. I could go on for hours about how other people's bad play has sometimes hurt me, sometimes helped me, and sometimes hasn't made a difference. Sometimes it will go either way, but basic strategy is in the probability. She explains to the pitboss, and he puts a plastic box over her money. Watch this Topic. At about 4am, they decided to switch out the cards, which was going to take about 15 minutes. And if someone else's play is that bad, you can just get up and leave. Thanks to her sitting that hand out, both myself and the guy next to me in the 5th position were dealt blackjacks!!! She refused to play the next hand because she was so upset at this other woman's play. Too many fun tables to waste time there! It still does. I almost felt sorry for him, but it was funny to watch. After the hand the dealer tells the kid "you know, I only ask those questions when I am trying to help you". Same with same dice at a craps table. Although I have noticed that the lower the table minimum, the greater the chance someone else is going to play "bad". I don't even think she knew anything about basic strategy. Just a dumb superstition I guess. His bonehead play is just as likely to help you as hurt you. What other people do does impact your hand - but just as likely to help as hurt. Every hand, he would hit the table, and go into convulsions and complain about how terrible this was. He would hit any 13 no matter what the dealer had - and he never double or split no matter what the cards were. Walking through the casino came across the same nerdy kid playing a "Star Trek" penny slot which fit perfectly because he looked like someone who would vacation at Star Trek conventions. Anyway, as the night wore on, another woman finally took the second position next to her, and she played even worse! Next hand the nerdy kid gets two A's and the dealer again has a 6. When she had a 3 card 12 against a dealer 4 and she hit, the woman in position 3 threw a major hissy fit! The way the cards come out of the deck is not a random series of events. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I don't remember which casino it was in, but I remember sitting down to a table, and the only open spot was 3rd base. If there wasn't any luck involved Phil Helmuth would win every poker tournament right? As I am heading to the elevators, there she is, sitting at a slot machine. I do get frustrated when someone's boneheaded play messes up the rest of the table for that hand. I also don't think that other people's "strategies" make any difference to my results over the long term, although I do enjoy watching the new folks agonize over whether or not to hit their 15 against a dealer 6, and I also get a kick out of watching the other players get all upset when someone doesn't play the way they think they ought to. I'm still gonna throw it the same way. Level Contributor. Las Vegas forums. I am sure the kid thought he was a genious and the rest of us were fools. Slammed down his next bet on the table everytime he lost. Stupid "strategy" but he was getting great cards and winning money so it was kind of hard to tell him he was wrong at that point.