Blackjack is a game that evokes images of a roller coaster. It’s a game that starts off slowly, but gradually gains speed. As you slowly build up your bankroll, you feel like you are slowly getting to the top of the coaster and then when you don’t expect it, the bottom falls.

black jack is so remarkably like a rollercoaster the similarities are awe-inspiring. As is the case with the popular fairground ride, your blackjack game will peak and things will seem as though they are going well for a time before it bottoms out again. You have to be a bettor that is able to adjust well to the ups and downs of the game simply because the game of black jack is full of them.

If you like the small coaster, a coaster that cannot go too high or fast, then bet small. If you find the only way you can enjoy the ride is with a fatter wager, then hop on board for the mad ride of your life on the monster coaster. The high rolling gambler will love the view from the monster crazy ride because he/she is not mentally processing the drop as they rush head first 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 is going up, that is awesome, but when the cards "go south" and the coaster starts to flip and turn, you had better get out in a hurry.

If you don’t, you might not necessarily recollect how much you enjoyed the good life while your cash was "up". The only thing you will remember is a lot of uncertainties, a nice ride … your head in the stratosphere. As you are remembering "what ifs", you won’t remember how "high up" you went but you will recall that disappointing fall as clear as day.