Blackjack is a game that most definitely reminds me a rollercoaster. It is a game that kicks off slowly, but gradually gains speed. As you build up your bank roll, you feel like you are slowly getting to the top of the coaster and then when you aren’t expecting it, the bottom collapses.
black jack is so remarkably like a roller coaster the similarities are ghastly. As with the popular amusement experience, your black jack game will peak and things will seemingly be going great for a time before it bottoms out again. You have to be a black jack player that can readjust to the ups and downs of the game especially given that the game of blackjack is packed full of them.
If you like the tiny coaster, one that cannot go too high or fast, then bet small. If you find the only way that you can enjoy the coaster ride is with a larger wager, then hop on board for the ride of your life on the monster coaster. The high-stakes gambler will love the view from the monster rollercoaster because they are not mentally processing the drop as they rush headlong to the top of the game.
A win goal and a loss limit works well in black jack, but very few bettors adhere to it. In black jack, if you "get on the rollercoaster" as it’s going up, that’s all lovely, but when the cards "go south" and the coaster begins to flip and turn, you had better bail out in a hurry.
If you don’t, you may not naturally remember how much you enjoyed the good life while your cash was "up". The only thing you will remember is a lot of uncertainties, a crazy fun ride … your head in the clouds. As you are recounting "what ifs", you won’t remember how "high up" you went but you will recollect that catastrophic drop as clear as day.