bla14In blackjack, the house edge is based on the fact that the player has to make decisions about his hand before the dealer can make his own. This is coupled with the fact that there is a 3 to 2 payout of a natural blackjack and the ability to make a doubling of paired cards in the player’s starting hand.
Dealer Percentage “Burst” – Over 21
Note that the dealer’s break percentage (exceeding 21) is too high if the face up card is one; 4, 5, or 6, but low enough if the exposed card is a 7 or a higher card, there is a very high probability that he will not ask for another card. In this situation there is therefore a strong incentive for players to draw one more card when their first two cards total less than 17.
In fact, strategy is an important factor as in this bench game your skill has a real effect on your odds of winning. Using computer programs to simulate games, what is now known as the basic strategy has been created, which determines the best decision a player can make in relation to his hand.
Using strategy, you can really reduce the house edge. If you reconcile the strategy with the memorization of the cards that have already been played, you can really not only reduce the casino’s advantage, but surpass it.
In any case, the table below shows in more detail the strategy. Based on the value of your two starting hands. It takes some time to memorize, but it’s worth studying if you intend to play serious blackjack.
This strategy card is optimized for the most popular and soon-to-be known casino games both in physical casinos and online casinos.
In physical casinos, the dealer begins by giving the game to players from his left. In both physical casinos and online casinos, the game begins with the player inserting their initial bet into the printed bases in the betting zone.
Then the player is dealt two cards face up and the dealer is dealt two cards (one face up and one face down).
To show some possible decisions you can make according to the game, let’s look at some hands and see what came up.
We start with:
In this case, the dealer has a value of 10 and the player has a sum of 19 – which is extremely close to the maximum value of 21. In this case, it makes sense to make the decision to “stay” or “stop”. your decision, so the end result in this example would be positive, as you can see below:
In the following example, you can see that the player’s hand equals 14, while the dealer has the value 9:bla7
In this case it does not even make sense to keep only the value 14, leaving the option to double (duplicate) or ask. According to the basic strategy rules, the best step is to ask for one more letter. With this decision the final result turned out to be positive, since a third card the player ended up totaling 21:
In the fourth example, we will show a situation where you can opt for the SAFE bet. In the figure below you can confirm that in the following figure the dealer shows an Ace. In this case you can bet on SAFE that the dealer will make a BLACKJACK (Ace plus a card with a value of 10).
A safe bet entails adding a new bet, worth half of your initial bet – but pays 2: 1. This bet is probably not favorable to the player unless you are a card counter – and then you know with some precision what the potential of the dealer really does BLACKJACK.
In any case, let’s make the bet on insurance. Unfortunately it turned out to be a losing bet – since the Dealer didn’t really blackjack.
When the player makes the BLACKJACK (Ace plus a 10-card) he immediately wins and the casino pays in a 3: 2 ratio. You can see an example of BLACKJACK in the picture below.
In the following example the player is shown a pair of 5 (value 10), while the dealer shows the value 6.
You have two good additional options: you can either split your hand into two separate hands or double your bet by doubling your initial bet and getting one more card.
In fact, your best option in this particular case will be to double your card, since the player already has the value 10.