Does it make any difference if I play alone or with other players? I enjoy playing alone because sometimes I vary from one hand to two hands during a shoe. I usually add the second hand when I want to shake up the cards because I've lost a few hands in a row. This has annoyed some of the other players at the table which in turn decreases my enjoyment of the game. Here is the game I've been playing: 6 deck shoe, approx.70% Penetration, Dealer Stands on soft 17, Double on any 2 cards, Double after split, infinite splits, Surrender, No mid-shoe entry. I usually play at Foxwoods (and sometimes Mohegan Sun). I usually sit at 1st base. I use Basic Strategy and I do not count cards.
The reason I asked the question above is because it is very difficult to play Blackjack alone in Connecticut on anything less than a $100 table - and even the $100 tables get players joining on the next shoe. Upstairs in the Star Gazer Lounge, I can get my own table almost anytime but the minimum bet is $200. As you can see this requires quite a bankroll. By the way, what is a safe or recommended bankroll for the game I play? Is the bankroll the same whether I play alone or with others? Are there other statistics on playing alone vs. playing with others? Is there any difference in advantage when you are the only player? Is there a maximum number of hands to be wary of when playing at the multiple player tables? Sorry for all the questions but I would appreciate any serious feedback. Thanks.