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Postby Lampah » Thu Jul 10, 2008 10:16 am

I totally agree with that. Its worse when you are playing blackjack with friends. There will hardly be a time when everyone is happy to stop together. You may be happy with what you made but your friends may be down and want to continue. Since it takes superhuman will power to sit there and not play, you think to yourself "ok I'll accompany them for a couple hands and play small stakes". Bad move. Invariably you'll get sucked back in.

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Postby mrcjod » Thu Sep 18, 2008 1:48 pm

if the dealer has a card between 3 and 6 dont take any cards, They are more likely to draw a picture card as there are more of them in the deck being used. If they draw an ace its any1's game!, if they draw a 2 or a 3 the dealer will probably pull 5 cards and still hit 21, 7's or above its also a gamble,

hope this helps.

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Postby steffolivia » Sat Apr 25, 2009 6:54 am

Blackjack strategy cards

The only optimal strategy that can help increase the winning odds in the Blackjack cards game is that of moves made by the player, based on the dealer’s up card. The Blackjack strategy cards provide you with easy and foolproof methods to master this strategy.

The Blackjack strategy cards is an easy way to figure out that whether the player must hit, stand, split or double down based on the dealer’s one up card. These strategy cards describe the various situations and the right moves that should be made by the players in these situations in order to increase their odds of winning in the game.

Blackjack strategy cards look like rectangular cards with numerous divisions of rows and columns on it. The different card values of the dealer’s up card is plotted right at the top of a strategy card. The diverse card values held by the player is exhibited on the extreme left side of the card. The rest of the Blackjack strategy card holds the key to the moves. Each move is depicted with the first letter of the word. For instance, ‘H’ stands for Hit, ‘S’ stands for Stand, ‘P’ for split, ‘D’ for Double Down if allowed otherwise the player can Hit and ‘Ds’ stands for Double Down if allowed otherwise the player can Stand.

To begin applying the strategy in your game using these Blackjack strategy cards, see the dealer’s up card first and then your hand total. Comparing both the card values (value of dealer’s up card and the total value of your hand) see what the card suggests in the corresponding square and do accordingly. To illustrate, if you are dealt with a King and a 5 when the dealer’s up card is 7, you must ‘Hit.’ As your hand total is 15 against the dealer’s 7, you need to draw more cards in order to get close to ‘21.’

If one follows this constructive strategy, the house edge in this wonderful card game of Blackjack, gets reduced to less than 0.5 percent. However, if you wish to make the most out of this optimal Blackjack strategy, you should first make sure you practice your game on the free casino game of Blackjack using these strategy cards.

These cutting-edge strategy cards can be either bought from the book stores or can be straightway downloaded on the Internet. You can find these easy-to-use strategy cards for the single deck, double deck and the multiple deck card games of Blackjack.

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Postby daniel012 » Fri Mar 05, 2010 11:13 pm

I agree with all the points but will surely like to add few of my suggestions

1)Be clear on how much money you want to spend on the game.
2)First try your hand on free online blackjack casinos. This will help you to get more knowledge of rules.
3)Being a amateur don't opt for insurance bet.

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Postby jesse121 » Thu Nov 17, 2011 7:20 am

hiii...everyone...As i am a new player to Blackjack and i am also new to the tricks...i have played casino many times online but now i really want to be a Blackjack player..just can you help me with more information.

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Postby burrfoot » Thu Nov 17, 2011 8:58 am

Hi Jesse,

Its not my game, but if you read over the tips previously posted on this thread I think you will be off to a good start :win:

Good luck with your play... :hope:

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Postby HaroldBishop » Wed Apr 25, 2012 1:47 am

"5. Never insure if dealer's card is an A. Terrible odds. Plus there's a possibility of losing that bet plus your orginal stake(s). I suppose this comes under no 3. basic strategy but I find its worth a mention seperately. "

Didn't realise this. I've been buying insurance for years!

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