The BlackJack Profit Sequence

Unlocking Blackjack Success: The No.1 Profitable Blackjack System for Non-Counters

The “Blackjack Profit Sequence” betting system is the most reliable and profitable blackjack system that Non-Counter Pros are using right now to make thousands in the casinos.

The idea of this method is that after the first loss the series is not finished automatically. However, you may have to increase bets after a losing hand, and therefore, the losing series can be recovered and finish as a winning sequence.

The limit of one betting series will be 6 bets (except if a longer winning series develops). That is because 7 or more consecutive winning sessions rarely happens. In the table below I show all the imaginable possibilities that can happen with six consecutive hands.

At the top of the table are the corresponding betting sequences: £10 – £10 – £10 – £15 – £20 – £30 (the first bet is £10 … the sixth is £30).

The 64 rows show the all conceivable 64 win – loss possibilities. The “+” sign stands for a winning hand and the “-“ represent the losing hands.

Six consecutive hands is not possible in any other combination than is shown. If the hand is a push, Its considered as if nothing happened. If a hand is won with double, its counted as two consecutive wins.

Of course you can’t know in advance what kind of sequence the winning and losing hands will follow. One thing is for sure, in the case of six consecutive hands, one of the sixty-four possibilities will occur.

To illustrate the above I will write a random order of winning and losing hands as they could occur at the table. For the sake of simplicity, you will assume the same number of hands won or lost:

W, W, L, W, L, L, W, L ,W, L, W, W, L, L, W, W, L, L etc. Grouping into series with 6 members will look like this: W, W, L, W, L, L – W, L, W, L, W, W – L, L, W, W, L, L etc. In the case of this kind of series, the first 6 in the series corresponds with the 12th row, the second 6 in the series with the 21st row, the third 6 in the series with the 52nd row, and so on.

Considering when you sit down to the table a given series goes on, and you just jumped into it anywhere, you can divide the series. Keeping the above example, let’s say you sit down after a second hand and the series forms itself like this: W, W – L, W, L, L, W, L – W, L, W, W, L, L – W, W, L, L etc…

In this case, the first 6 in the series corresponds with row 46, the next with row 20 and so on. With this example I just want illustrate that theoretically, the series can be cut anywhere.

The series can start anytime (anywhere), and after that, win or lose, you move up one bet until the series is over.

How Does It Work?

I demonstrate the whole point of this method in the table below. Almost every sequence has a point where the series shows a profit as long as you haven’t lost four hands or four out of five hands in a row. These spots are marked by a vertical line. These vertical lines indicate that the series is over. After a series is over, you return to the first £10 bets for the next series

The first 32 lines show when a series starts with a win, and lines 33-64 show when a series starts with a loss. The first 16 lines don’t require much explanation. The series starts with two wins, and as long as the wins continue, the series keep on going. After the first loss, the series is over and you start another one.

After the seventh or more wins occur, the bet remains £30. Since sooner or later, a loss occurs, I don’t want to lose my biggest bet. This is why I don’t raise the bet after the 6th win. If you’re the type who likes to risk more, you could increase the bet after the 7th as well.

In lines 17-24 the series starts like this: win, loss, win. You won 2 of 3 hands and you made a profit. The series is over and you start a new one. You don’t jeopardize taking the forth increased (£15) bet – surely if that loses, then the series doesn’t show any profit at all. The question rightly comes up: “Ending a series after a win?” Yes. As I said, I won’t risk turning a winning situation into a losing one. If you win the next hand, you are only one hand behind if a winning series really does happen.

In the case of rows 25-32 occurring, after two losses we give ourselves another chance. This is the first case when you really increase our bet with a half unit after a lost hand. In the case of a win, you won 2 of 4 hands and you finished with a profit! In the case of a loss (rows 29-32), you can give it another chance. More about this later.

To sum up: You win 29 of 32 possibilities

  • 1-8 possibilities: You try to “catch” the long winning streak. They all show a profit.
  • 9-24 possibilities: Nothing but a flat bet, you won 2 of 3 hands and pocketed the profit.
  • 25-28 possibilities: you won 2 of 4 hands and pocket the profit.
  • 29-32 possibilities: You lose.

A series is over and you start another one, if:

  • After two or more consecutive wins, you lose a hand (1-16 rows).
  • You win 2 of 3 hands (rows 17-24)
  • You win 2 of 4 hands (rows 25-28)
  • You reach the highest bet (rows 29-30)
  • You lose 4 of 5 hands (rows 31-32)

Now let’s see rows 33-64, when a series starts with a loss.

Rows 33-40: the series starts like this: loss, win, win. You won of 3 hands, and you made a profit. The series is over and you start a new one. You don’t jeopardize taking the forth increased (£15) bet – for surely if that loses, then the series doesn’t show any profit at all. It is exactly the same as what I sad about the rows 17-24.

Rows 41-48: After loss, win, loss, take the next bet with the increased £15. If you win this fourth bet (rows 41-44), you won 2 of 4 hands and made a profit. The series is over. If you lose (rows 45-48), you can give it another chance.

Rows 49-56: After loss, loss, win, take the next bet with the increased £15. If you win this forth bet (rows 49-52), you won 2 of 4 hands and made a profit. If you lose (rows 53-56), you can give it another chance.

Rows 57-64: After losing three in a row (still your initial bet), take the next bet with the increased £15. If you win this forth bet (rows 57-60), you take a fifth bet. Win or lose the series is over. If you win (rows 57-58), you won 2 of 5 hands and made a profit. If you lose (rows 59-60), you lose 4 of 5 hands. It doesn’t make sense to go higher. If you lose the forth bet (rows 61-64), you lost 4 hands in a row. It doesn’t make sense to go higher. Take a break.

To sum this all up: the conclusions are similar to what I showed at the summary of the first 32 rows. Except for two series (46 and 54), you won all of them except when you lost four in a row or 4 of 5 hands.

As you can see, I’ve made an example of the series when you win 3 of 6 hands. I will demonstrate this in the table below. There are 20 possibilities. I just repeat the corresponding rows of the previous table. As you can see, all of the series are showing a profit.

Summing Up The System

You delay to increase your bet in the third hand, assuring that if the third hand loses, you still make a profit equivalent to your initial bet. If the third hand wins, when you up the bet, and no matter when you lose, you make a profit.

It is a fact that the profit will be less in the case of a longer winning streak, but since longer winning streaks happen less frequently, my experience shows that the overall profit will not be less. However, it will appear all the time.

The rules that you have to comply with are as follow:

  • the first, second and third bets are £10
  • the forth bet is £15
  • the fifth bet is £20
  • the sixth and every next bet will be £30

The betting sequence will look like this: £10-£10-£10-£15-£20-£30. You are moving up whether you lose a hand or you win. In case of split, double or push, I use the following rule: I consider the push as nothing has happened, and I repeat my bet. If I win or lose a double, I consider it as two consecutive wins or losses, and according to that, I choose my next bet (skip one level of the betting progression).

In the case of a split, I consider every hand as a separate hand and bet accordingly. If three or more hands develop because of splitting and doubling and I win all of them, I still do not skip more than one hand. However, this is only the consequence of my cautious style. If you are more aggressive player, you can skip as many bets as hands won. But never risk more money than what you just made.

In the case of Blackjack, do not skip a level. Be happy with the extra 50% in winnings that you just made.

The series is over and you start a new one if:

  • After two or more consecutive wins, you lose a hand
  • You won 2 (non consecutive) of the first 3,4 or 5 hands
  • You lost 4 hands in a row
  • You lost 4 of 5 hands

The advantages of the method are:

  • If two consecutive wins happen anywhere, the series shows a profit.
  • The spread between the highest and the lowest bet is only 1 to 3. This guarantees that the method will never attract attention.
  • The Method eliminates the losses caused by short-run fluctuation (since the first three bets are flat bets, essentially) with the third (initial) bet to minimize the losses. At the same time, there is always a possibility to achieve a higher profit in the case of longer winning streak.