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CherryPi

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A thought passed by my degen mind... 

It's About roulette and blackjack

The difference between these two games is pretty huge. Yet people treat them equally.. 

Example.. You want to go all in on roulette or blackjack, but can't choose.. You already are in disadvantage.

Blackjack,- just choose table, sit, bang  put all money.. This is wrong. You are betting on something with already known outcome. Cards are there and you will receive first and third one. Dealer second and 4th one. You can be screwed without even have a chance to do something. Example 19 vs 10 and 20 for dealer.. and many other combination. Or dealer has 10 you 12 13 14 15 16 .. You are in disadvantage right from start. 

On roulette if we exclude magnets, nobody knows what would be red or black. 10 red in a row means nothing. But 10 low cards on BJ means something. You see there right there difference. This is why roulette is best option for all in. Unless you have played 10 hands and then you go all in in blackjack. 

Also on roulette you control your odds by making it high or low risk.. 

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Other interesting thing if you are alone on BJ table you can switch between 1 box 2 boxes 3 boxes... And constantly changing them so dealer won't be getting always same good cards, but does not work like that really.. Illusion of you having control on how cards will be distributed? 

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Howay man, responsible gambling week or whatever it was only finished yesterday. 

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All I know is when I play blackjack, I end up with 12/13 every time and the dealer has 20 no matter what I do 😉

And roulette, everytime I join a table 17 or 20 comes out (except when I bet on it) 😛

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