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Blackjack Tips #1: When To Hit
Use the following rules to determine when to Hit, according to your hand and the dealer’s face up card.
-If the dealer’s face up card is 7, 8, 9, 10 or Ace, and your hand totals 8 or 12 through 16, Hit.
-If the dealer’s face up card is Ace, and your hand totals 11, do not Double, Hit.
-If the dealer’s face up card is 10, and your hand totals 10, do not Double, Hit.
-If the dealer’s face up card is 7, 8 or 9, and your hand totals 9, do not Double, Hit.
Blackjack Tips #2: When To Stand
Use the following rules to determine when to Stand, according to your hand and the dealer’s face up card.
-When your hand totals 17 or above, no matter what, Stand. (Some strategies will tell you to hit 17 if the dealer has an Ace.)
-If the dealer’s face up card is 6 or below, and your hand totals 13 or above, Stand.
-If you have a splitable pair of 10s or Face Cards, do not Split them, Stand.
Blackjack Tips #3: When To Split
Use the following rules to determine when to Split your hand, according to value of your pair and the dealer’s face up card.
-Only Split 2s and 3s if the dealer’s card is 4-7
-Never Split 5s; either Double Down, or Hit if the dealer is showing a 10 or Ace.
-Split 6s and 7s if the dealers card is 6 or below.
-Always split 8s, no matter what.
-Always Split Aces if allowed.
Blackjack Tips #4: When To Double
Doubling is a strategy often used when the player’s hand equal 9, 10 or 11, giving the player a good chance of hitting 19-20 with a 10 or Face card. Use the following rules to determine when to Double your hand, according to your total and the dealer’s face up card.
-Always double a total of 10 unless the dealer has 10 or Ace.
-Always double an 11 unless the dealer has an Ace.
-9 should only be doubled when the dealer has 3, 4, 5 or 6 showing.
Blackjack Tips #5: When in Doubt, Use a Strategy Chart
Blackjack Strategy Charts are designed to tell a player exactly how to act in every possible situation. Some players do not like blackjack Strategy Charts because they remove the element of decision making, but consider this… Casinos get the upper hand because the dealer cannot make decisions. The dealer must follow strict rules based on probabilities when playing their hand. If the player uses the same strategy, he is effectively decreasing the house edge to a minimum.
Blackjack Tips #6: Game Selection, Know The Rules
There are many more variations of Blackjack than the classic version we all know and love. Each has a slight difference in the rules, and some even have optional side bets and progressive jackpots. When choosing to play a new variation of blackjack, such as Perfect Pairs, Super 21 or Progressive Blackjack, be sure to know all of the rules and payouts involved.
Blackjack Tips #7: Card Counting
Blackjack Card Counting is an age-old strategy used by many professional blackjack players. It is not that hard to learn, and can be very effective in minimizing losses and maximizing profits. It is recommended to get a good deal of practice in card counting before applying the strategy at a live casino so that the extensive security staff does not discover you are doing it. Card counting is not illegal by any means, but it may get you promptly, if not permanently, removed from the casino if caught. Note that card counting is not a viable online casino blackjack strategy. Online casino software re-shuffles the deck with each new hand.
Blackjack Tips #8: Play Online, It’s Cheaper
Aside from the omission of card counting, playing online blackjack has many benefits. For one, you can put all of the money you intended to spend towards your bankroll. You won’t have to gas up the car, purchase airline tickets or book a hotel (if no local casino). When you win, you won’t have the obligatory “tipping the dealer” to reduce your profits. All in all, it just makes sense to stay home, eat your own food, drink your own drinks and spend a lot less money by playing blackjack online.
Blackjack Tips #9: Play Online for Bonuses
Playing online isn’t just about convenience. You can actually double or triple your bankroll when you sign up at an online casino. They all offer welcome bonuses, most matching your first deposit 100% to 200% or more, up to a certain amount. Instead of starting with $100 bankroll, made up of your own hard earned cash, why not play online and claim a welcome bonus that could give you’re a lot more bankroll for your buck by way of free casino chips?
Blackjack Tips #10: Bet Sizes That Match Your Bankroll
Lastly, we’ll go ahead state the obvious. Don’t play a blackjack table where the limits do not correspond with your bankroll. If you have $200, don’t sit at a blackjack table with a minimum $100 bet. No matter how many blackjack tips and strategies you apply, you’ll want to have plenty of opportunities to play hands, with splitting and doubling available, in order to make a sizeable profit. Make sure you will be able to place a minimum of 40 bets with your bankroll before choosing a table.