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21 Burn - Free Blackjack Games
April 21, 2015 – 01:42 pm
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21-blackjack-burn21 Burn is a unique blackjack game that you can play at some Betsoft Casinos such as Drake Casino (who are letting me use this flash game). If you would like to play 21 Burn for real money, you should click here and visit Drake Casino.

21 Burn Instructions

You can play up to three hands at the same time. In order to do so, click on a chip size and then click on Place Bet. You will then be dealt three cards: two of them up and the third one is down. This is where you can "Burn" the 2nd card dealt and receive the 3rd card in its place.

If you want to "Burn" the 2nd card, you will have to place a Burn Side Bet, which is 1/2 of the original bet. You will not have an opportunity to win this side bet back. You should only use the Burn card when you are in a bad situation. The hope is that the you can remove the 6 from 16 and hope for a 10 or remove the 10 from 16 and hope for a 5.

As far as I am concerned, I never Burn when I can hit safely (either soft total or under 11 points). Also, you should avoid the Burn bet if the dealer is showing a weak card like a 4, 5 or 6. The Burn option shouldn't be overused when playing for real money. It only gives you a chance to improve your odds. However, you need to be careful when the dealer has a 10 or Ace.

Interesting facts

Peter A. Griffin (1937–1998) was a mathematician, author and blackjack expert and is one of the original seven members of the Blackjack Hall of Fame. He authored The Theory of Blackjack, considered a classic analysis of the mathematics behind the game of casino 21.
Griffin was a native of New Jersey, one of three children, with a brother, poet...

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Is 21 and Blackjack the same game?

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