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Some Of The Best Online Blackjack Tips - Articles Surfing

When using online Blackjack tips, you need to remember that this is a game that always favours the dealer. For example, if both you and the dealer bust (exceed the 21) then you lose and the dealer still wins anyway. Even so, there are many people all over the world who are still able to beat the dealer and win money. With this subject, there are as many people who are willing to listen and learn, as there are people that are experts and willing to teach.

While playing with online blackjack tips in mind, if you are willing to stick it out and make your ride at the table last longer, then you definitely need to keep reading as you may find the following tips very useful.

To try out your online blackjack tips, you need to find a table that has a minimum bet of no more than 5% of your total stash. You don't want a table whose minimum bet is too high, otherwise you may not be in the game quite as long as you would have liked. You also need to consider the different rule variations. For example, the option of being able to double down on any two cards. The rule variations can really help you in the long run, even if you don't completely understand them.

With online blackjack tips, it is always best to start with the basics. For example, the dealer always has to hit on any hand that is 17 or lower. Around 40% of the time, the dealer will bust if they are already showing a 4, 5, or 6. It is in your best interest to stand on any hand that is above 11.

In online blackjack rules, you can also double your bet. This is your chief advantage over the dealer, so don't discard it. If you are dealt two cards of the same value, you are able to do what is called a split. This enables you to double your bet and play two hands. However, you can only split in the first two cards. Aces are always good cards to split but never split 10s or 5s.

If you are able to play in an actual casino, always remember to tip the dealer as they work for lousy wages, and really depend on your generosity. The appropriate way of tipping is by throwing in a dollar chip every twenty or so hands. If you are winning very serious stakes, then it would be better to either throw in more chips or do it more often, like every 10 hands. By placing the tip right in front of the circle, you are then turning it into a side bet for your own hand. Then, if you win, the dealers tip doubles. This also works in your own favour, and makes sure that the dealer has your best interests at heart.

Submitted by:

Dave Johnes

If you are winning very serious stakes, then it would be better to either throw in more chips or do it more often, like every 10 hands. By placing the tip right in front of the circle, you are then turning it into a side bet for your own hand.http://www.casinomaze.com



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