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How to Play Blackjack: Reducing the House Edge

The house edge is a statistical advantage created especially for the financial benefit of the casino. The casino and the dealer are always going to have the edge in any gambling game. The casinos advantage is very high, if the player doesn’t adopt a basic strategy in a game of Blackjack.

If you’re thinking this sounds a little unfair, you’re probably right, but there’s no need to worry as the house advantage is reduced to a great extent when using the basic strategies.

Having a strategy provides the player with a bit more lee-way to play the game, with less control coming from the house.

If you play your cards right, using the mind of a mathematician, then you are also going to have a better opportunity of maximizing your chance of beating the house. Not only has this been proven by men like Edward O. Thorp and Emmanuel Kimmel (known as the “men who beat Las Vegas”), but thinking with a mathematical mind when playing Blackjack has been tried and tested through computer simulations, which has proven to be very successful in reducing the house edge to an absolute minimum.

Don’t be misled though, Blackjack is not essentially a game revolving around mathematics, nor does the player need to have a photographic memory in order to win. Just a bit of logic will do.

You’ll notice that there’ll be varying rules with regards to whether a dealer hits or stands on a soft 17. (This is usually printed on the felt on the Blackjack table: H17, means the dealer MUST hit on soft 17; S17 indicates the dealer will stand on a soft 17.)

If the dealer’s up card has a face value of 7 or higher, it’s advised to keep drawing cards until you have a hard hand of at least 17 and higher or a soft hand of 18 and higher (remember a soft hand contains an ace with a value of either 1 or 11).

The above is just an excerpt from our comprehensive guide on How to Play Blackjack , which will show the ropes to beginners and provide strategic advice to those who are more familiar with the game. The best part? This eBook is 100% free – no conditions attached.

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