Ok, this was a reply to a post on another topic, but it's really OT there so here's a new thread about this.
Just thinking about staking strategies in blackjack.
With bj flat betting is there some rule of thumb *all things being equal* (ie your regular grind-it-out bonus WR) to use about how much to stake - ie 1% of your bank per hand etc?
Any guidelines on how much bankroll to take to the table for a bonus that's only released after a number of times deposit wagerthrough?
ie if it's deposit £100, WR 25x (ie £2500), do you find it easier to just goto table with the £100 you deposit, or deposit more straight away to avoid having to deposit more later?
Also is there any advantage running with multiple hands as opposed to just one at a time? Seems to even itself out running with say 5 or more hands, the occasions you get dealer blackjack seem to even themselves out with the times the dealer will get a pants 5 and just bust out with you holding 12-16 on most hands.
I guess most of the answers to these questions will be personal preference and maybe others don't think about it too much, but I try and make it methodical and tedious in the hopes it won't get too much of a pleasure playing heh (though flat betting minimum stake also has that effect too ).