Skip to content


Black Jack Is Like A Rollercoaster

Chemin de Fer is a casino game that reminds me a little of a coaster. It’s a game that starts off slow but progressively gets faster. As you ramp up your bank roll, you feel like you are getting to the top of the rollercoaster and then when you least anticipate it, the bottom drops out.

Pontoon is so much like a rollercoaster the commonalities are terrifying. As with the favorite fairground ride, your blackjack casino game will reach the top and things will be going well for a while before it bottoms out one more time. You’ve got to be a black jack player that can adjust well to the highs and lows of the game because the game of blackjack is full of them.

If you like the tiny rollercoaster, one that does not go too high or quickly, then wager small. If you find the only way you can enjoy the ride is with a bigger bet, then jump on for the ride of your life on the monster coaster. The high roller will enjoy the sights from the colossal rollercoaster due to the fact that he or she is not pondering the drop as they dash head first to the top of the casino game.

A win objective and a loss restriction works well in pontoon, but very few players hold fast to it. In black jack, if you "get on the rollercoaster" as it is going up, that is fantastic, but when the cards "go south" and the rollercoaster begins to twist and turn, you had better get out in a hurry.

If you don’t, you’ll not remember how much you relished the sights while your bankroll was "up". The only thing you’ll remember is a ton of uncertainties, an exciting adventure and your head in the sky. As you’re thinking on "what ifs" you will not recall how "high up" you were but you’ll recall that disastrous drop as clear as day.

Blackjack can be an extremely beatable casino game. It’s a casino game of highs, a game of lows and where it halt is entirely up to you and how well you can predict whether to get off the coaster or remain on the ride.

Posted in Blackjack.

0 Responses

Stay in touch with the conversation, subscribe to the RSS feed for comments on this post.

You must be logged in to post a comment.