Okay, I know that there is supposedly no strategy to beat casino blackjack short of card counting. So I am certain this strategy has a flaw, but I can't think of what that flaw may be, so tell me the error in this. Say that I want to win $100,000 at the casino blackjack table, after only starting with $100. So bet it all each time. If you win 10 in a row, you can walk away with $102,400. Here's my reasoning, You have a 49% chance of winning a hand, where the house edge is 51% Ergo, you have a mere 4.9% chance of winning ten hands in a row. Rounded up. you should win 10 hands in a row once every 20 tries. So I go into a casino tonight with $100, and bet it all each win. 95% chance I leave the building down $100 bucks. But then I return tomarrow. And the next day, and the next day, until I win 10 in a row, then I cash out. I'll then have, on average, spent about $2000 to get at that $102.400 win. Sure I might have "lost" a lot more when I bet it all after a 2-3 hand winning streak and then lose, but my bank statement will still show that I'm only down a $100 ATM withdrawal for the day. Is there an error in my math?