Dumping On A Final Table

Discussion in 'Blackjack Events (Online Casinos)' started by Monkeysystem, Mar 8, 2008.

  1. Monkeysystem

    Monkeysystem Top Member Staff Member

    I was in a ClubUBT final table tonight in which I was the first eliminated. But I kept an eye on things to see if the dealer would keep dumping. Three players were over 200K by hand 6 so I was curious to see what would happen. Before this final table was over two players ran their BR's over a million. The winner got all the way up to 1.8 million, and that was just the last I saw. It could've gone higher because I was busy playing another game and didn't see the final outcome. This is the first time I've ever seen someone increase their BR by 17 max bets.

    Oh, by the way, in the game I was playing while this was going on two players were up to 125K by hand 7, which is as far as it got because I was the last one eliminated.

    What's the highest total that's ever been dumped on a player on ClubUBT? If you divide by 4 the 1.8 million is equivalent to 450K on a 25K table.
    Last edited: Mar 8, 2008
  2. toolman1

    toolman1 Active Member

    Not ClubUBT, but at a B&M casino with only 15 hands per round and a starting bankroll of $1,000, another player and I amassed over $30,000 each. But there was no limit for a max bet. I managed to win the table by about $2,000 and it was a lot of fun. The spectators said they never seen bankrolls that high for a tournament in that casino. You get a hot seat and the sky's the limit. :D
  3. Barney Stone

    Barney Stone New Member

    Im sure I did see an early round go to 400K+ as I watched the lobby page. You dont know how many times Ive been knocked out of early rounds , usually the first, where at hand 7 there are a few players from 50K to 100K. But the "program" seems to eat at them later with totals not getting to 400s lol. I call those dumping games "Slots of Fun"

    A live 10 hand game I played had an incredible total of 60,000 from 2100 starting listed on the totals page. I had a hard time believing it so asked the TD and she said yes it was true.
  4. RKuczek

    RKuczek Member

    chip dumping

    every once in a while, you see fantastic bankrolls in the online games; mainly because the less experienced players don't know when to quit ploppying out max bets, and just keep it up till they crash - but - once in a great while - no one crashes - problem is the first elim hand at hand eight - doesn't allow enough hands for the drunk-all-in-guys to fall back

    It is rarer in live games - but - once at Paradise Casinos, Yuma - starting BR $200, no max - going into hand 7 I had $2400, and was in 4th place - multiplied my BR by 12 in 6 hands - to end up in fourth - with the chip leader having over 3000 - then going into hand 12, I had 1800, and was the chip leader, with BR2 having less than 1200. going into the final hand (hand 15) - I had over $600 - with the only other player left having $25 - that is more usual

    Best run up I have had - in live BJ - was at a casino in Winnemucca many years ago when I was much younger - was hitchhiking through - decided to get some lunch, and play a few hands of BJ before eating - set down with $20 - three hours later I was still playing and had $2,000 in front of me - had multiplied my starting BR by 100 - then about 20 minutes later was down to $700, and that was where I quit -

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