Random Thoughts – I freakin’ LOVE Match the Dealer in Blackjack

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For the majority of my gambling career, I had always been against the side bets in Blackjack.  Lucky Ladies, 21+3, Super 4 (trash), Perfect Pairs, etc. all seemed like a waste of money to me.  Seemingly never hitting, I would always assume save my dough for the hand to hand combat of the BJ hands.  But just like any drug, I got a little taste of a winner here and there and now I am like Dirk Diggler and Reed Rothchild trying to find a fix.

Whether you are playing with a 6 deck or 8 deck shoe, the occasional non-suited match (3 or 4Xs – aka “The Bump”) keeps you coming back for the potential suited match (11 or 14Xs – aka “The Line”).  This leads to the full blown jonesing for the double suited match (22 coke1or 28Xs – aka “The Eightball”).   This was the coup de grace to the table I was playing last night.  After having a few extra pops, I had a few more shekles than normal on the good ole Match the Dealer bet and BAM!!! Double suited Jacks of mutha f’n hearts.  Cha ching.  Always a good time when you get paid in another color.

Now excuse me, the guy who has never even had a drug stronger than Loperamide (look it up) needs to wipe his internet browsing history before anyone sees all the searches for cocaine related material and tries to schedule an intervention.

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