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BLACK JACK EZ COUNT

BLACK JACK EZ COUNT


Alexander Hope



Published by Alexander Hope at Smashwords

Copyright 2011 Alexander Hope






The casinos will always be able to pay their rents as long as Blackjack players believe you draw on a fifteen total hand and stand on a sixteen total hand when playing Basic Blackjack and not casing or counting the Blackjack deck. A quick read of Blackjack EZ Count will show you there are four more cards that will hurt a fifteen trying to become a twenty-one than there are cards that will help a fifteen trying to become a twenty-one. So if you want to think outside-the-box and not stumble after the crowd when playing Basic Blackjack you should draw on a fourteen total hand and stand on fifteen total hand because four more cards will help a fourteen trying to become a twenty-one than will hurt a fourteen trying to become a twenty-one.

Casing a Blackjack deck is your first step to becoming a Blackjack card counter by observing the cards being played and giving yourself a little better chance of taking money off the table and bringing it home. Casing a Blackjack deck is really quite simple: you observe the number of Tens, Jacks, Queens, and Kings being dealt from the Blackjack deck and weigh that against the other cards being dealt from the Blackjack deck and then decide if you should break the draw on fourteen or stand on fifteen rule because you know there are fewer small cards being dealt then there are Tens, Jacks, Queens and Kings being dealt so you know that means the deck is fairly heavy with small cards as opposed to Tens, Jacks, Queens and Kings so there is less chance of you drawing a card that will hurt a breaking hand. Or you see there are more Tens, Jacks, Queens and Kings hiding in the deck so you know that you are more likely to draw a card that will hurt your breaking hand. By drawing on fourteen and standing on fifteen when you have a breaking hand and using card casing you will have a little better chance of bringing home the cash. Your next step is to learn to count cards by giving a value to each card that you see dealt on your Blackjack table.

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