Because she really scr**ed you.
I could'nt pass that one up. The same thing happened to me not long ago, and I'm fairly new at counting. Took every ounce of will I had not to break down screaming and crying. LOL
I would truly love to sit down at every table with two decks left and a TC of +2. Would you or any other PeeUUU deciples care to play the house and let me put my max bet on every hand in this situation to prove your points? I would be more than happy to oblige.
>I would truly love to sit down at every table with two decks left and a TC of +2.<
So would I, *IF* that were possible.
But, of course, it isn't possible.
In your purely theoretical, hypothetical and impossible scenario, you would win *most* of the time.
But long and bitter experience should tell you that this particular scenario (as was originally and specifically laid out) would likely be one of those *other* times -- one of the times when you would (continue to) *lose*.
and impossible scenario?
He said that he left the game with two decks left to play and a true count of +2.YOU said that playing into two decks at +2 you would win most of the time. What mysterious powers do you or anyone else have that tells you that THESE TWO DECKS are the ones to avoid? And if you will win the majority of these situations, why on God's green earth would you walk away from one, when it presents itself to you.
I am not even close to being a seasoned veteran at card counting, but in a situation such as this, short of barring, death in the family, an act of congress or going completely broke, I will stay untill the end of the deck or my last penny is gone and walk away knowing that I absolutely did the right thing because my "limited psychic abilities" did not pick up on the fact that these were the two decks to avoid.