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Blackjack is a gambling game of skill. Combine this factor with the fact that the game has low house edge, and you get one of the best casino games to play. By learning rules and strategies of the Blackjack gambling game, by mastering your skills you can improve your chances to win.
Standard multibox Blackjack gambling game is played with four standard decks of 52 cards. The goal of the game is to beat the dealer. First of all, learn to count cards. You need to keep up with the ratio of high cards to low cards in the deck. You have better odds to hit a blackjack when the deck is rich in tens, so you should increase your bets accordingly.
The fewer decks you play with, the better. This way the house edge is lowered.
If the rule "surrender" is applied, it is in Blackjack players' favor. This rule has 2 variations- "early" and "late" surrender, "early" is the best one.
Do not take insurance in the Blackjack gambling game, it has high house edge.
Available "dealer stands on soft 17" rule is favorable to players.
The Blackjack game rule that allows you double down after splitting makes your chances better.
You should always stand on "hard 17" or higher.
Split 7's against a dealer's card of equal or lower value; split 2's or 3's against a 4, 5, or 6; split aces and 8's, no matter what the dealer's up card is.
During the game try to stay calm, keep your mind clear. If necessary, take a break, have some rest so you will return to the table refreshed.
Always place a reasonable limit on the money that you are going to gamble with. Do not evere gamble with borrowed money. That is a golden rule for all gambling games including Blackjack.
Try your luck, hope for the best and have fun!
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