13 déc. 2019
The basic strategy-blackjack Compared to roulette, Blackjack is a much smarter game. In order to win one luck will not be enough. The winners are those who, calculating the risks, take into account the probability of losing a different number of points both for themselves and the dealer. If you want to predict the forecast of the dealer's final combination on the first open card, the probability of losing combinations will help you: Please note that at the initial 10 (B, D, K) the dealer has a 7.7% chance of getting blackjack, and at the initial ACE the dealer has a 30.8% chance of blackjack . After studying and analyzing this table, you may invent your own system of play, Well, to those who want to use the ready-made, the following two tables are addressed. In fact, in it you will find advice on any combination. This strategy, calculated on the probabilities of cards, includes two options for the initial layouts: with an ACE-a soft option, without an ACE-a hard option . After determining Your option, and the first dealer card, you can determine the strategy from the tables. "+"- marked options when you need to take a card. "Spl" - means splitting the cards, if possible. "D" - double the bet. hard option: Always stop the set at seventeen or more points Make a double on eleven against any cards at the dealer except the ACE Make a double on ten against any dealer's cards except ten and ACE Make a double on nine if the dealer has cards from three to six inclusive Take a card on any number of points less than twelve (in the above cases, make a double) Make surrender on your fifteen against the dealer's ten Make surrender on your sixteen against nine and above at the dealer Take a card on your twelve against deuces and threes from the dealer In other cases, stop the set of cards soft option: Always stop dialing at nineteen or twenty Stop the set on your eighteen against the seven or eight at the dealer On the other cards take more against the seven and above the dealer Double on any number of points against the dealer's five and six Make a double on a soft fifteen-eighteen against a four Make a double on seventeen and eighteen against a triple Make a double on eighteen against two In other cases, take the card Pairs on the hands of the player Always do split eights and aces Never separate dozens Make a double of two fives against nine or less from the dealer Do not split nines against sevens, tens, or aces at the dealer Take a card on any pairs from twos to sevens inclusive, if the dealer has an eight or more (except for fives on eight and nine at the dealer, when you need to make a double) Take a card on two sixes or fours if the dealer has a seven Take a card on two fours if the dealer has a four or less In other cases do split Hard combinations are the easiest to remember, because they often happen in practice. You can train with the help of special simulators, which can be downloaded from the Internet. In addition, most virtual casinos provide the opportunity to play for free on conditional chips. You can make the notes you need for the game and use them as a cheat sheet until you memorize all the options of the game. It is also worth noting that in some cases, professionals are advised to make deviations from the basic rules of the basic strategy, but such nuances are better to consider only after you have firmly mastered all the basics.