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The Rules on Blackjack Strategies

The casinos always maintain a statistical house advantage in blackjack against the player. The dealer is a designated person employed by the casino to represent the house and facilitate the dealing of cards to blackjack players.

The consistent basic blackjack rules consist of employing a game strategy and skillful play along with wise decision in every hand played. Wise decisions applicable when playing blackjack involve knowing the best timing when to make a hit, stand, double down or split in relation to the dealer's up card value.

The best advantage of playing blackjack is it enables its players to make an educated decision with the clue based from the dealer's card value. Decisions made from a mere guess will not merit a blackjack player good odd on their games.

There have been several kinds of strategies that were created by blackjack experts designed to give players a better edge from the casino's dealer. With the numerous strategies available to adopt when playing blackjack, nothing can beat the simple blackjack rules of strategies involved that are in relation to the card values of the dealer.

For most blackjack newbie, using these simple blackjack rules are simple and very basic. It can help facilitate their initial learning from which they can then progress mastering the use of blackjack strategy cards which are useful as well.

Using the basic concept of these blackjack rules help a player initiate good strategies that can help them play against the dealer with a fair chance to win through playing for every hand dealt with the best possible play decision.

Rule number 1. When playing against a dealer's up card with the value from 7 to ace, the best strategy is to play by the dealer's rules. Take note that dealer's strategies involving a card of 16 will make them draw while a card value of 17 will make the dealer stand. The player should also do the same with the exception when they have a hand of a soft 17 in which they need to hit or double regardless of whatever action the dealer takes.

Rule number 2. When the dealer has an up card of low value between 2 to 6 and players have a hand of over 12, the player should stand. Statistically, both the player and the dealer have equal chances of busting in this situation therefore the player should waive from taking another card and let the dealer take a new card that can increase their chance of busting.

Rule number 3. Splitting is best done by the player when the dealer has up card values of 4, 5 and 6.

Rule number 4. Players should double down when playing a hand of 9, 10 or 11 and the dealer's hand shows card values of 4, 5 and 6.

Rule number 5. Players should surrender a hand when playing for card values of 15 or 16 against the dealer's card of 9, 10 or ace.

These basic rules on blackjack strategies designed to make good decision on a player's hand play in relation to the dealer's card values are good initial learning point for playing blackjack with better odd against the dealer.


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