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In the one trip I did thus far for the week, I did a quick stop at Borgata playing an hour at the low stakes table and got quickly bored with that and went to the boardwalk casinos where I pumped up the betting and did okay but I am a far cry from the consistently great weekly average that I have had for the last few months with only one trip in. At Borgata I didn't see a good count worth betting all that high on in the several shoes I played. The cards were 'well mixed', they have autoshufflers at their low stakes tables), so I stuck to pathetically small bets for the most part never seeing any good time to start whacking out 500 max bets or anything. The $15,000 I brought to play on never left my pocket! It got somewhat better than the whopping $55 I made at Borgata at the other stops but not much so it's been a tough week! You can play and watch a heck of a long time before you see a great count that is worth pushing it out on sometimes and other days it's golden right at the very first shoe! Nature of the beast, I guess.
Does anyone else have any 'ritualistic' preparedness that they do prior to going the way I do with flipping over cards doing drills and such? For me it's a matter of feeling that I am totally in tune with accomplishing the task at hand and being properly prepared to 'go into battle'. I review notations of previous play and money management, make comparisons to data on bjmath.com and a few books, I flip through cards doing drills, play a few shoes on both my table at home and on the computer and just spend a few hours with this whole process before I shower and go.
Am I nuts and just sweat it too much or does anyone else do stuff the way I do prior to a playing session? I play about 4-6 days a week normally, aside from this last week and STILL go through this whole mental preparedness thing for a few hours prior to each trip down the street to the casinos.