Betting Systems for Blackjack
One of the simpler blackjack betting systems in the game is the Paroli system. Although not widely used, those who do employ the Paroli system swear by its potential to earn big profits at the blackjack tables. And if you’re already used to using the popular Martingale system, you should have no trouble learning the Paroli. With the introduction out of the way, let’s get into how you use the Paroli when playing blackjack games.
How the Paroli Works
Simply put, the Paroli is a positive progression betting system where you double bets following each win. For example, if you bet $5 and won, your next wager would be $10; assuming you won this bet too, the following wager would be $20.
As you can see, the Paroli system is so easy that anybody can use it. However, most people also go further with this blackjack strategy by including a win limit too. The reason why is because, if you keep doubling your bets after wins, you will eventually lose a hand along with the previous profits.
Now there’s no set win limit you need to follow here, but a nice goal to shoot for involves winning three hands in a row. Once you do hit the desired amount of won hands, you drop back down to the original starting bet. To illustrate how this works, let’s say that you win $5, $10 and $20 wagers in sequence; assuming your win limit was three bets, you would drop back to the original $5 wager and start over again.
Can you win with the Paroli System?
Like all blackjack betting systems, the Paroli isn’t going to turn you into an instant winner – despite what its proponents say. However, you can win plenty of short-term profits with this system while having a little fun in the process.
More importantly than all of this though is the fact that you can use this system with more confidence than others. After all, the Paroli system only calls on players to double their bets following a win, instead of after a loss. So this means that you’re only risking winnings by sticking with this system. Contrast this to the Paroli’s opposite in the Martingale, where you are doubling bets after losses.
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