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Casino War System

Online Casino : Casino War System
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Casino War is a great game when it comes to speed and winning odds - player's winning odds almost match the odds of the casino. The trouble is, if you're playing Casino War with the regular 1:1 high-card bet you're likely to die of boredom. So how do we make things a little more interesting?

Here is an (almost) fail-safe winning system (don't forget that the casino always has the advantage). Our two worst enemies that we must conquer to win this war are Statistics and Psychology – so our strategy to winning in Casino War is based on neutralizing these two elements.

The Statistical Advantage

The problem we face is this – if we are betting on a fixed sum, the casino always has the advantage, so our goal is to improve profitability in relation to the number of rounds. Notice the difference: we can't change the casino's statistical advantage, but we can improve our profit odds in relation to the casino.

The system is simple - set aside a sum of money that will be sufficient for a large number of rounds according to the betting minimum of the table, as not to discover that you're running out of money ahead of schedule. In Casino War, just like in Roulette, what you lost in one round you can win in the next.

We start playing for $1 per round. Since the statistical advantage of the Casino is relatively low here, you will be the winner in every second or third round. Statistically, you will win 48% of the rounds. Now wait for the casino to win three consecutive rounds – here war begin raising the bet according to the table:

Solid Table
Number of Rounds Money Lost Bet Per Sum Money Returned Estimated Profit
3 $1
4 $3 $5 $10 $2
5 $8 $10 $20 $2
6 $18 $20 $40 $2
7 $38 $40 $80 $2
8 $78 $80 $160 $2
Wild Table
3 $1
4 $3 $5 $10 $2
5 $8 $15 $30 $4
6 $26 $35 $70 $9

As you can see, while operating according to the solid table, your profit remains on $2 per round. However, the wild table offers a way to increase your profit percentage.

Some players choose to go by this strategy but with higher risk – after they lost 3 times in a row they bet $25 in the 4th round, $25 in the 5th round, $50 on the 6th round, and leave at the 7th round. But this style is closer to a genuine gamble rather than a strategy, and if you can't win by the 7th round you loose $80, and that hurts.

So far everything looks good, but we need to take into account two important factors that fail most players:

Sometimes the casino can win over 8 rounds in a row.

1. 2. During a streak of loosing rounds you may go to war, and may loose again. And then the balance is against you.

The Psychological Element

Generally, if you follow this strategy you're almost certain to win most of the time between the fourth and fifth round. However, due to the factors we just mentioned, you must take into account the psychological element.

After winning five rounds in a row leave the table. Extra careful players will rather leave after the 6th win. Although it's only natural, do not get tempted to try your luck and move to another game. You can freshen up with a couple of 5 cent spins on a slot, and come back after a few minutes.

If you operate according to this strategy you are almost guaranteed profit since it's rare to lose more than 8 rounds in a row. Even if you leave a table in spite of losing, in a few rounds you could earn back your losses and enjoy an advantage again.

I remind you again – the casino always has the advantage. So keep in mind that this strategy increases your winning odds, but does not ensure certain win.

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