How to be good at Blackjack?
Skip this step if you know how to play blackjack. Learn the basics of blackjack. You start with two cards face-up(the dealer has one face-up and face-down).You try to get close to 21 without going over it(called bust). On your turn you either choose to get another card(hit) or keep the same amount of cards(stand). After everyone is done, the dealer flips up his own card and he keeps hitting until he gets to 17 or up.
There tricks like split(If you have the same cards(like 6 and 6) you can split it and treat it as two different hands)and double-down(when you start with an 11, you can double your bet but you can only hit once)3
Learn the Hi and Low value to cards: 2-6 is worth 1, 7-9 is worth 0, and 10, face cards and A is worth -1.4
Practice, start memorizing the values.5
When you memorize them. Start laying down cards and value the pile(for example one 7, three 5's, two A's, and two 10's are worth -1)6
A good counter(the term for a person who puts value on cards) can count a deck of 52 within 25 seconds.7
The higher the value, the better chance you get of getting 10-A. And lower the value the more of a chance you get 2-68
There is another method that is much better: In the 1970s Ken Uston was the first to write about a tactic of card counting he called the Big Player Team. The book was based on his experiences working as a "big player" (BP) on Al Francesco's teams. In big-player blackjack teams a number of card counters, called "spotters", are dispatched to tables around a casino, where their responsibility is to keep track of the count and signal to the big player when the count indicates a player advantage. The big player then joins the game at that table, placing maximum bets at a player advantage. When the spotter indicates that the count has dropped, he again signals the BP to leave the table. By jumping from table to table as called in by spotters, the BP avoids all play at a disadvantage. In addition, since the BP's play appears random and irrational, he avoids detection by the casinos. The spotters, who are doing the actual counting, are not themselves changing their bet size or strategy, so they are relatively inconspicuous.
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