Keith Smith of BeatTheCasino.com

Interviewing Ron DiBenedetto on Precison Blackjack

September 24, 2019 Keith Smith Season 1 Episode 10
Keith Smith of BeatTheCasino.com
Interviewing Ron DiBenedetto on Precison Blackjack
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Interviewing Ron DiBennedeto on his Precision Blackjack Approach. See it at BeatTheCasino.com

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Speaker 1:

Okay. Keith here from beat the casino. Hey, I'm here with Ron DiBenedetto, the author of precision black Jack . He's put together a real nice program. He just went through over the last year , uh , from working in Atlantic city. Um, and uh, put together as new precision blackjack program, all updated with new videos , um , new , uh , manual and updated manual. Put together a nice package for those interested in blackjack . Uh , Ron, how you doing? I'm doing good Keith and now you hanging in there brother. Ah , so, you know, precision blackjack has been around since probably 1922, no, I'm sorry, 19 , uh , 1995, 1995. When that decision blackjack came out and uh, you know, it dealt with a lot of the , uh, car clumping things that they were seeing in the 90s. And you try , we tried to , uh, you , you tried to exploit that and summarize everything in the manual. And I think now with it being tweaked in blackjack, getting popular again, it certainly is relevant for you , uh, to , to bring the manual , uh , to the forefront again. I know you've made some changes. Um, what , what do you think, what was the biggest influence , uh, for you to bring this manual again? I know you work in Atlantic city.

Speaker 2:

Well,

Speaker 3:

it's been a passion for many years and , uh, you know, with this gambling boom going on, there's casinos being built every day , everywhere across the country in the world. Uh, I , I thought , you know, it's time to , uh, bring blackjack back and , you know, cause it was a lot of flavor there for a while , especially when the poker took over years ago, everybody seemed to gravitate toward poker. And , uh, I even saw you on my sales and the precision blackjack course, you know, they were going down as poker was going up, but now, you know, blackjack seems to be back in flavor. Uh , it's still a tough game, but it's a good game. And , uh , we're , we've taken a lot of the gamble out of it and , uh, I have this manual, you know , this course designed to make you a professional blackjack player.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, it's a , it's a good course. You know, as I said, it deals with , uh , you know, the, the card clumping or the non-random aspect . So if you're interested in that now it doesn't work in every game, but it does work in a lot of games and uh, uh, you know, I , I think it's very comprehensive how it's, I , I know how many, you condensed it a little bit. How many , uh, pages is the manual now it's a hundred and

Speaker 3:

112 and feeling like a bought 105 hundred, 1,000, 12, something like that. Condensed from the original 333 pages. Yeah , I mean, so I like, you know, rev really left nothing out. Uh, and we're just loaded with tools. And you know, you , you mentioned that the card clumping Keith and you know, to me card clumping, you know, it , it's, it's there, it's an in shoes, it's an entire shoes. It's in sections of shoes. You know, it's our job to just monitor this clumping and , and use it as a tool.

Speaker 1:

Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, most of the times we are still playing straight basic, wouldn't you agree?

Speaker 3:

For the most part, I would say 90% of the time we're playing a straight basic strategy type game. Now keep in mind a good game's , a good game and a bad game is a bad game. So, you know, remember we can leave a table and a dealer can't until they get there , their break and you know, the deal is plays mindless dealer strategy. And of course their biggest advantages they hit last. Yeah. So, you know, we, we gotta be up on top of what's going on, you know, really just with our hand versus the dealer's hand, you know, if she break in or is she never breaking? Are we beating the dealer on the board or she beaten us on the board, for instance. Are we getting 17 she gets 18 we get 19 they get 20 you know, we're getting standing hands that are people that are winning and they ought to just put a sign up key saying, you know what, I'm hot. You're not, I suggest you leave the table. But of course they won't do that, you know ? So it's our job to , uh, to play under our conditions .

Speaker 1:

Yeah. You know, and it's the same thing that we talk about. You know, when your black tech style is , I talk about it'd be to casino, you know, I mean, we can regurgitate the longterm odds in what way we all know, you know, what should you dead longterm odds playing every game, you know, but we're, we're playing, you know, w we're geared towards a player who wants to go in , uh , you know, plays maybe four or five times a year or a little bit more. You're not going in for the long haul. You're not gonna go in for them 1%, or at the most , uh , advantage over the long haul, counting cards and playing any game you want to. We're looking for assignable cause, and we're looking for one of those clumped games and when you can capitalize on it and , uh, you know, make a couple bucks for it, it's a real art and science in and of itself. And I don't want to say it's an art. Uh, you know, it is a science and you're looking for assignable. Cause you know, when the cars are non-random , uh , there's a certain better way to play them. There's, there's no doubt about that. You can argue to you're blue in the face and a lot of the card counters don't believe in car clumping, but you know, you can walk down and simply look at it. Um , and they say, show you that. I've asked, well , come on down to Atlantic city and we used to have seven player games, but they've cut them out quite a bit. Um, and you had mentioned about the advantage that , uh, the dealer has. Of course, you know, the big advantages is, is the , you know, when you tie the dealer with the brake , the dealer wins. You don't get your money back if you break . And then subsequently the dealer breaks the, the , uh, the dealer keeps the money. So ties , you basically lose blackjack. Um, especially on break or not , not especially actually on breaking hands, but the , you know, the, the manual was very comprehensive. You did some videos. I think that , and we're working

Speaker 3:

on more. Yep . Okay. Uh , and I think you demonstrate , uh , what a , uh , a non-random situation will be. I do okay in the video and explain how your thought process process is while you're , I call that round around analysis. And again, I , I keep using this phrase, we're , we're , we're simply looking at the paint on the table, if you will, and I mentioned this before, maybe I should just call this course, the paint on the table blackjack approach. You know, you can't dispute empirical, non disputable suitable evidence. This doesn't mean we're fortune tellers. This just means that we're going to use a tool, our disposal to diffuse these advantageous sections of the shoe that the deal where it takes advantage of it. And then the house thrives on, I should say we're, we're gonna take some of the gamble out of the gamble and we're going to get our hands one percentage up drastically by doing this. Okay.

Speaker 1:

Well listen, Ron , it was nice chatting with you and we're working on a club for you. I'd beat the casino.com, or you have your own club and precision blackjack club and a course you're going to offer the manual and the videos. And , uh , you know, a lot more. We want to go down this road. Of course, we welcome , uh , card counters and card clubbers and hopefully , uh, you know, you'll take a look at both sides of the equation and , uh, which would actually make the best player. There's no doubt about that. So, well, listen, this is Keith from beat the casino with , uh , Ron betta Deno and we'll see you online.