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Obviously, you need the right crowd conditions for this. Do the BPs vary their bets or do they flat betβ€”which works better? I strongly urge you to try a practice play at a low limit casino where your BP s and spotters can work out their signal problems and get a feel for the play before you ever try this with big money. Arnold Snyder: Yes, but remember that the way things work on paper is not always how they work in reality. I have been gambling for quite some time, most recently blackjack. You can add big players to take advantage of these simultaneous betting situations that arise, but you will also have one or both BPs standing around quite often when there are not two good tables available.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} So, instead of looking for people I didn't know, I found a bunch of players and trained them to count I thought it would be better for everyone to learn together, thought it would increase trust, etc. Arnold Snyder: The count at which you call in a big player depends on your bankroll, the number of spotters you have in the casino, the card counting system you're using, and the house edge off the top. Arnold Snyder: There are many different types of blackjack team approaches. Casino Surveillance and Blackjack Teams Question: How much heat does a big player usually get, especially if he or she is foreign and has a good act? Penetration will be a huge factor in the actual number of hands your BPs can play per hour. Most real-life advantage play results in a lower return than players calculate on paper. Al Francesco was the inventor of the big player type of blackjack team, and ran such teams successfully for many years. And the spotters themselves are not taking up seats, making it even more likely that a seat for the BP will be available. Also, check out the articles in the table of contents at the left of this article for blackjack team play. Again, look at some frequency distributions and work out the best plan for your blackjack team. This means you will need a considerable team bankroll. Question: When you said "your BP should be able to bet dollars a hand" ,did you mean top bet or minimum or average? The flux for the team will essentially be the flux for the BP. You need deeper penetration. There will be times when more than one spotter will have this advantage on their tables simultaneously. Arnold Snyder: The heat your BP gets will depend on your playing plan again, don't make him a Buzzard , his win, whether your signals are picked off, the casino, crowd conditions, etc. The deeper the better. This way the BP can choose a stronger opportunity when two spotters are calling him in at the same time. I've played in casinos solo and done fine, but I wanted to form a team. Arnold Snyder: I'm deliberately not being specific. With the type of team you're talking about, a team that has one big player and six spotters, by contrast, there is no reduction in fluctuations. As a general guideline, for every spotter you have at work, you'd like your BP to be able to place bets at least eight times the size of the spotters' bets or more. This is why you want to find a strategy that should deliver a huge return, and avoid any strategy that has you thinking, "Well, this should be about enough to make it worth our time and effort Most pros, including many of the big blackjack team operators, will tell you that they actually get only about half the return in real world casinos that they expect on paper. Unless we specify the exact penetration, rules,, etc. Which works better? But it doesn't work this way. With six spotters, you should be able to keep your BP in action most of the time. Question: If a BP has six spotters, is it still possible to be profitable? If the frequency distribution shows that a 1. That's not much, compared to what your BP might expect to earn. It allows the spotters to move if a table is no good. How would adding a BP change this number, if at all? The message is that you want to shoot for a very big spread by having your BP's bets increase as the number of spotters increases. If they can just stand behind tables and watch the games, this would be the most profitable betting strategy. Arnold Snyder: If you must call in your big player at a smaller advantage, he should spread his bets up as the advantage rises. Arnold Snyder: In order to make it profitable to employ six spotters, your BP's bets have to be big enough, and placed at a high enough edge, that the earnings on them will pay for the house edge on all the spotters' bets, plus cover your team expenses, and still return a good profit to you. Big Player call-in plays are extremely chaotic when you first try this type of attack. Can you get a room for someone and it won't be a problem as in, the casino won't try to see who's staying in your room? If your bank doesn't support this kind of action, then you should get your spotters onto lower minimum tables. If so, that's a plus. Even a good BP may misread a signal now and then, or miss out on responding to a spotter with a higher count and edge because he's involved at a table where the count and edge are lower. Players' results on this type of team will smooth out each other's flux. Regarding aliases, see the Blackjack and the Law section of the Blackjack Forum library. The casinos may well try to see who's staying in a big player's room. How necessary are they and what about the legality of them? Are you able to get the benefits of reduced team fluctuation with only one BP? If you're not supposed to know each other at the tables, you shouldn't show up together in rooms, coffee shops, etc. In some crowd conditions, this works better than having your spotters seated and playing. Spotter hands should be played at the table minimum bet, so they don't really count much for anything in terms of team bankroll fluctuations when your big player is playing at a much higher level than the spotters are. Also, your spotters should have different signals to tell the BP how strong the advantage is when they call him inβ€”that is, their signals should indicate how much he should bet. I'm assuming not much of one since they are only betting on positive counts. Essentially, the smaller your bank, the higher the edge you want when you call in your big player, but of course, you've got to look at the cost of paying those spotters. I am determined to be one of the teams that makes it out there. In this example, with two spotters, the probability that they would each have a 1. But you also have to pay all these spotters, whether a percentage or an hourly rate, and you may have to pay investors, etc. And even if you do specify these things, then it depends on how well the crowd conditions will cooperate with your goal of getting your BP 75 hands per hour. The next spotter you add will have a chance of having a count with a 1. Always try to use a strategy that will return a lot more than the minimum you would be satisfied with. Also, if the BPs do vary the bet, what spread is needed? To get closer estimates of the number of hands your big player will be betting, and his overall win rate, the cost of spotters' hands, etc. Also, if they do vary the bet, what spread is needed? Anyway, I've read much of the material out there and am still left with many unanswered questions. What about aliases? Or a civilian may climb into the only open seat, just before your BP reaches it. First, at what counts do blackjack teams call in their big players? {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Question from a Player: I am looking for anyone who has experience with big player BP blackjack teams. Put the edge into your profit formula from Blackbelt in Blackjack times hands per hour for the BP times average bet for the BP, to get the team's hourly expectation? Question: When considering the number of hands being played for calculating team win rates and fluctuations , do you count all hands including your spotters' hands or just the hands the BP plays? Some of your spotters may make counting mistakes when fatiqued or distracted, or misjudge the deck penetration. If you look at a frequency distribution and you see that a 1. If the table fills up, they can move on. Can your BP jump in with two hands? If you have enough spotters to call in your big players at only a higher advantage, they can flat bet. With the right crowd conditions, your spotters may not have to play at all. Question: I'm wondering how the logistics of accommodations work for a blackjack team? If the first practice play doesn't go well, do another one, and another, if necessary. Question: Should the big players vary their bets or flat bet? I guess what i mean is, is one big player enough for six spotters? We are hoping to be working on a pretty healthy bank. It also allows them to concentrate on tables where the BP will likely be able to get a seat. As a result of your first half dozen trials, you will likely be changing signals that don't work, adding new signals that would be helpful to have, etc. Our team is a pretty small one, about half a dozen. I am very devoted and very much of a perfectionist. Question: I know this is a lot but I would appreciate as much input as possible from as many people as possible. You don't want to leave your BP in an empty casino constantly circling the pit, waiting to be called into a game. Look at a frequency distribution for the games you intend to play and figure it out. If you add a second BP, you'd ideally like to add more spotters. Question: From your books, I am assuming the only way to find the average expectation for a game is to enter the rules, penetration, betting scheme, etc. Also, I would again strongly advise you to look at my Beat the 6-Deck Game: How to Use Frequency Distributions to Determine Your Win Rate and Fluctuations and use PowerSim to generate frequency distributions for the actual games you'll be playing, so you can look at how penetration affects the frequency of player advantages, and figure out betting strategies that at least work on paper. With two BPs, you will increase the number of BP hands per hour, but you're not going to get hands per hour with only six spotters. I'm also looking for practical advice on paying for team lodging, meals, etc.