Blackjack Rules

Barona Blackjack rules
Barona Blackjack rules
Blackjack Surrender – Surrendering in blackjack is a great move when used in the right situation. Unfortunately most blackjack players either ignore this option completely or surrender when they really shouldn’t. Knowing and using optimal surrender strategy helps reduce the house edge for casual blackjack…
Progressive betting Blackjack
Progressive betting Blackjack
Progressive betting in blackjack, or any other casino game, is one of the most sure ways to lose all of your money. The betting strategy is simple, and that’s what often attracts people to it. You just keep doubling your bet every time you lose until you finally win a hand. After all, even on a terrible…
Blackjack Apprenticeship
Blackjack Apprenticeship
The pros from Blackjack Apprenticeship have been counting cards for nearly 15 years. They have played on all levels from testing it out as a hobby, traveling around the globe as full-time professionals (and, of course, by “full-time” we mean 40 hours A MONTH), to running a multi-million dollar black…
Vegas rules Blackjack
Vegas rules Blackjack
Blackjack, also known as 21 is one of the most popular casino card games in Las Vegas. The rules of blackjack are quite simple, which is a major reason for the game s enduring popularity. In Las Vegas casinos, blackjack is played on a semi-circular table, with the roundportion of the table facing the…
Blackjack rules for Beginners
Blackjack rules for Beginners
Basic Blackjack Strategy The companion index cards summarize the basic strategy for playing blackjack. This strategy will give you your best chances of winning short of card counting. (Note: Unless your are very good at card counting you will likely get caught, and getting caught means getting banned…
Blackjack rules Atlantic City
Blackjack rules Atlantic City
I recently went to Vegas and found this Las Vegas Blackjack Survey link very useful: I was able to find one of the good tables at the Aria and did well. My question is does a survey like this exist for AC? Does anybody know if they have tables that pay 3:2, stand on soft 17, double after split, surrender…
Rules of Casino
Rules of Casino
Borgata cocktail servers Megan Mercado, left, and Sara Jamison fill orders for customers at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, N.J. On Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, an appeals panel upheld the Borgata casino s policy of regulating how much its cocktail waitresses can weigh. The court…
Betting in Blackjack rules
Betting in Blackjack rules
It is generally allowed to bet behind another player in blackjack. This is done by placing a bet behind that of the player with control of the hand. You see this often in crowded casinos, but it can happen anywhere. It is especially common on Macau. When this happens, and the player in control splits…
Blackjack rules for kids
Blackjack rules for kids
When Circus Circus first opened on the Las Vegas Strip in 1968, it had only a showroom, some restaurants and a casino—no hotel. Today it is full-fledged resort with 3, 770 guest rooms, an RV park, three swimming pools, an indoor amusement park, and full-service meeting and convention facilities. What…
Dealer rules in Blackjack
Dealer rules in Blackjack
Among the many questions I answer by email, blackjack surrender is a common topic. Because surrender is not offered at all casinos, and is rarely advertised or posted even when it is available, many beginning players don’t know much about it. In this article, I’ll explain exactly what Surrender is, what…
Blackjack Casino rules
Blackjack Casino rules
6 Deck Blackjack Table Limits: $50 minimum – $2, maximum Blackjack Rules: dealer hits on Soft 17 (H17), double any two cards, double down after splitting allowed (DAS), resplit aces allowed, no surrender 8 Deck Blackjack Table Limits: $10/$25 minimum – $2, maximum Blackjack Rules: dealer hits Soft…
Wizard odds Blackjack
Wizard odds Blackjack
To use the basic strategy, look up your hand along the left vertical edge and the dealer s up card along the top. In both cases an A stands for ace. From top to bottom are the hard totals, soft totals, and splittable hands. There are two charts depending on whether the dealer hits or stands on soft 17…