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    Wonging out at -1 TC

    Have a question on wonging out at tc -1. Let's say the rc is -1 after 1 deck played in a 6 deck game. Tc will be -1 too, because we floor the tc. Will you guys Wong out immediately or will Wong out when rc is -5 after 1 deck played in a 6 deck game?

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    IMO, wonging out at TC -1 after 1 deck of a 6 deck game is too soon, unless you're counting an adjacent table and it's positive and you can join it immediately. See BJA3 for info on optimal departure point. I'll leave it to Don to post the page numbers

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21forme View Post
    IMO, wonging out at TC -1 after 1 deck of a 6 deck game is too soon, unless you're counting an adjacent table and it's positive and you can join it immediately. See BJA3 for info on optimal departure point. I'll leave it to Don to post the page numbers
    P. 360, for one. And, it actually says to leave.

    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSchles View Post
    it actually says to leave.
    That's with no delay between shoes. I play in the real world

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21forme View Post
    That's with no delay between shoes. I play in the real world
    P. 362 still says to leave, even with a delay.

    Don

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    Leave with an RC of -1 after just one deck? How often do we have another shoe nearby about to start so we could hop over. Leave is absurd in a real casino, just play it or take a phone break where you stand by your spot and text or call someone. See what the round at RC-1 will do.

    I have never left at TC-1 before 2+ decks are played and usually drop to one hand of minimum bet even at TC-2 and wait a round.

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    I'm new here. What book are you guys referring to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeBabar View Post
    Leave with an RC of -1 after just one deck? How often do we have another shoe nearby about to start so we could hop over. Leave is absurd in a real casino, just play it or take a phone break where you stand by your spot and text or call someone. See what the round at RC-1 will do.

    I have never left at TC-1 before 2+ decks are played and usually drop to one hand of minimum bet even at TC-2 and wait a round.
    Well, I guess that settles that!

    Some people play in casinos that have more than two tables.

    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by BEASTZ6 View Post
    I'm new here. What book are you guys referring to?
    https://www.lasvegasadvisor.com/shop...-the-pros-way/

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSchles View Post
    Well, I guess that settles that!

    Some people play in casinos that have more than two tables.

    Don
    I just returned from a typical trip. Unless I want to play with the hordes at low level, slow side bets etc. Etc, I play higher limit tables. Four of the venues, high limit min was 25 with exactly 1 table open, and played 90% plus heads up. One of the venues was min 50, with exactly 1 table open.

    I’ve said many times that my style is essentially play all. Don’t really have whole lot of choice. Accordingly, I learned hordes of negative indexes.

    Mind you, I left 1 venue, because my 3rd straight dealer, anD especially the last, we’re painfully slow.

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