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Wrong and bad blackjack tips
There are an incredible number of blackjack tips on the internet. And most of them have only one goal: your money.
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A blatant example from one of the largest German-language blackjack websites:
On this website, which has a lot of good Google rankings if you search for "blackjack tips", you will find, among other things, this abysmally stupid tip: "You can't have a count cards (online or offline)."
This is very blatant and deprives this website of any competence and raison d'être!
To claim that "you can't count cards" is simply a lie.
- "You can" very well count cards anytime and anywhere. The only question is whether it makes sense.
- There are definitely many casinos where you can succeed with card counting.
- Even in online casinos, you can succeed with the help of card counting and various other tactics, as Radek Vegas' blackjack coaching regularly proves.
So what this blackjack site is writing here is absolutely misinformation. These casino lobbyists don't want you to get "stupid" ideas. You are supposed to stay ignorant and not even try to learn anything. win.
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Simple Blackjack Tips Table for Beginners
In the Blackjack Tips Table you will find an overview of all simple tips.
Further down these tips are explained in detail. There are also other pro tips that are probably too complicated for beginners.
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BLACKJACK TIPS TABLE [PDF]
1. play with play money
The blackjack tip that you should play with play money first can be found on many different blackjack websites. We asked Czech gambling journalist Radek Vegas for his opinion. He is skeptical about the tip and would only rate it 4/10 points. Here is his detailed answer.
"Blackjack is first and foremost a game about money. If you play with play money, you run the risk of not trying hard enough. You have nothing to lose. If you take Black Jack seriously, you don't 'play'. He waits for good situations to bet. You can compare this with a stockbroker who invests in good situations.
So the tip that you should play with play money is not a real tip in my eyes. It is clear that you should not risk money as an absolute beginner. But by playing only with play money, you will never get beyond the beginner status. That's why everyone has to ask themselves:
Do I want to play or do I want to win? And if you want to win, then learn it right."
In addition, you see this tip again and again in connection with online casino advertising. The purpose of this rather pointless blackjack tip is to lure people into the casino for free. In play money mode, they then win a surprising amount of money. The casino makes you believe that you are particularly good. So of course you want to win real money! You deposit money and are surprised that the lucky streak is over.
We therefore recommend a mixture of play money and real money. There are also so-called no deposit bonus offers from time to time. You can test a casino with real money. Most casinos, however, give too little money as that would be enough for live blackjack.
2. set limit for game duration and losses
With this tip, you can argue from two perspectives.
A limit on losses definitely makes sense from a psychological standpoint.
If the losses become too great and you are no longer having fun, you should NOT PLAY ANYMORE anyway.
Basically, every amateur has a serious disadvantage in gambling.
This disadvantage can NEVER be compensated. Setting systems are absolutely ineffective.
Just because someone won something once doesn't mean it's a working Strategy there.
Or should we ask a lottery winner about his "strategy"?
There's no such thing in gambling!
One tactic works in the short term - WITH HAPPINESS!
But sooner or later, THE BANK ALWAYS wins.
Therefore, from a mathematical point of view, it doesn't matter if you set yourself a time limit.
This is because stochastics always looks at the total number of bets over a lifetime.
In your lifetime blackjack session, you always have the same disadvantage of 1-5%.
This disadvantage doesn't end when you take a break, but ensures that all bets in the aggregate sooner or later revolve around this loss.
If you bet a total of 1000 euros, your loss will be 10-50 euros. This is where the variance comes in, which can make you lose less if you're lucky, or even more than that 50 euros if you're unlucky.
If you bet a total of 100,000 euros at the blackjack table in your lifetime, you will have lost 1,000 to 5,000 euros. Sometimes more, sometimes less.
The more you bet, the more closely your score will match the percentage loss of 1-5%.
You have two ways to change that:
One, you quit after a big win.
2. you learn how to play blackjack properly with card counting and everything.
However, the concentration decreases with time, so that mistakes can creep in with longer playing time.
So take a break when you notice your concentration slipping.
However, a pure time limit is still not a very useful tip.
3. 21 is the target
This tip is so simple that it is actually a cheek to call such a thing a "tip".
21 is nice, of course. After all, there is a 3:2 payout ratio when you have a two card blackjack.
But it's not the goal!
Only in all cases you get a blackjack.
Du brauchst dafür ein Ace.
There are 4 aces in a deck of 52 cards total.
That's exactly 7.69% probability for an ace.
To do this, you still need a ten-value card. So a 10, a Jack, a Queen or a King.
That's 4 out of 13 possible cards, or a total of 16 out of 52 cards, which equates to a probability of 30.77%.
We then have to multiply the two probabilities of ace (7.69%) and ten-card (30.77%) and have the probability of blackjack: 2.3%.
So you're averaging a blackjack in every 44 hands.
If you're thinking: "But I have blackjacks more often! Then you're either lying to yourself or you're strikingly lucky, which will even itself out sooner or later. No one stands a chance against math. That's why the bank ALWAYS wins.
So the goal is not to have 21 points, but to have more points than the dealer.
Or even less than 22, because at 22 you lose.
And always, it is not wise to stand still for fear of being overbought.
You often fight and lose.
But it's better than not fighting at all.
That's why I would put it this way:
The goal is to make the right decisions in the long run and to bet more in good situations and best not to play at all in bad situations.
4. always share aces [⭐️]
When it comes to splitting in blackjack, there are a lot of wrong picks.
A farmer's rule says you should always split aces and eights.
That's for sure!
If you get two aces, you increase your long-term return.
In order to calculate the total yield, one must examine and calculate each individual situation and each possibility.
Then you come up with a value that is higher than if you didn't split the aces.
The same goes for a pair of eights, by the way.
Here you have the worst hand with 16 and can Odds greatly increase if you split the weak 16 between two more promising 8s.
5. NEVER SHARE A PAIR OF TEN
This tip also persists.
However, it is WRONG!
In general, beginners do well not to split tens, jacks, queens and kings.
With 20 you have the second best card combination after a blackjack.
It's unlikely you'll get a hand this good again on two split hands.
This is also very easy to calculate:
The probability of getting another 10-value card is 30%.
Additionally, one more ace would improve us. So another 7%.
By drawing low cards, you can get a few more percentage points out of it via the detour of more cards.
So we have in around 40% er cases an equal or better hand after sharing.
But we also have to bring a second bet and we deteriorate in 60% of the cases.
For us to improve in both hands, however, the probability is only 16% (40% x 40% = 16%)
In 16% of the cases, sharing gives us a hand that is at least as good.
So you deteriorate when you divide a valuable 20 into two 10s.
However, there are situations where you increase your overall yield by splitting the pairs of tens.
And you can tell these situations by counting cards.
When a lot of low cards are played, the probability of high cards coming in the future increases.
To be exact:
The True Count must be at least +4 in order to split pairs of tens.
Granted, this is very rarely the case, but it does happen.
But then you should also share only against the weakest dealer card: the 6.
If the dealer has a 5, you need a True Count of at least +5 to justify a split.
Otherwise you pay on top.
So anyone who splits tens is usually a complete amateur. Or a complete professional.
6. use vary according to success
Varying the bet is the ONLY way to win anything in blackjack in the long run.
However, this ONLY makes SENSE if you also know when to up the ante.
And that's where the tip about being profit or loss oriented is wrong.
Because a win is usually already too late to justify a higher bet.
The profit is (mostly) the result of an increased count. That is, many low cards compared to high cards.
If you bet after a win, the good situation is already one round behind.
But it is also possible to win in a bad situation. Then you would run into the open knife after a lucky chance win with an increased stake.
Basically, though, it's not a bad beginner's tactic, increase the bet only after a winning round.
At the same time, however, one should also look at, HOW TO WIN!
- Were there a lot of low cards at the table?
- Has anyone gotten multiple cards (4.5 or more) without overbuying?
If you have won a round and there were a lot of low cards in the game, there is nothing to stop you from raising the bet.
However, only gradually. For example, if you always bet the minimum bet of 5 euros, you can bet 7.5 euros or 10 euros.
7. NEVER TAKE OUT INSURANCE - OR DO YOU!?[⭐️]
Here, too, one must warn!
Beginners are told on just about every site that they should never take out insurance.
However, the statement is not fundamentally true!
Because once you can do card counting, you're going to make more profit taking out insurance in one situation or another.
Insurance is actually one of the main differences between amateur gamblers and professionals. Amateurs let the casino lobby tell them that you should never take out insurance. Professionals go by the true count when counting cards.
From a True Count of +3 you take out insurance!
This deviation from the Basic Strategy is the most lucrative so-called deviation of the Illustrious 18.
9. PLAY ONLY WITH PAYOUT OF 3:2 [⭐️⭐️⭐️].
This is by far the most important Black Jack tip! That's why it gets 3 stars here instead of just one!
It is absolutely essential that you only play at tables where you are paid out 3:2 for a blackjack.
This ratio means that the bonus you get for a natural 21 is 1.5 times the ice rate.
If you bet 10 euros, you get a total of 25 euros back (your 10-euro bet plus 15 euros winnings) with an ace and a ten-value card.
However, there are now many casinos that only offer a payout of 6:5 for a blackjack.
What sounds even better at first glance is actually worse.
Because if you take 10 Euro x 6 and divide by 5 you only get 12 Euro profit - instead of 15 Euro as in the 3:2 layout.
For every blackjack, you make a whole 20% less profit with a payout of 6:5!
In the USA, on March 2 (US spelling 3/2) even the Blackjack tag introduced to point out the degraded payout in blackjack.
In order to continue to have any chance at all at Blackjack, you should also boycott all Blackjack tables on which "Black Jack Pays 6:5"!
10. DON'T PLAY WITH MIXERS [⭐️]
For beginners, it doesn't matter. But if you can count cards, there is no point in playing if the casino uses shuffling machines.
In card counting, we calculate the probability of cards yet to come based on the cards played.
This is only possible if there is a continuous draw and the order of the cards is not changed.
Shuffling machines are used to shuffle the cards back in with the rest of the cards after each round.
This way, card counting is pointless.
Shuffling machines are now used in most casinos in Europe and also in Las Vegas. The casinos argue with a smooth game flow, where the shuffling does not interrupt the flow of the game.
mt even. This shuffling is already extremely annoying. Especially when the dealers take it too exactly, as for example in various casinos in the Czech Republic.
However, shuffling machines makes blackjack a game of chance that you can't beat.
Sure, you can win something on one night if you're lucky. But the more often you play, the more certain you are that your overall balance will be in the red. There's no way around it. Unless you stop playing completely once you're in the black. Everything else is a temporary lucky streak.
11. THE FEWER DECKS THE BETTER [⭐️].
The fewer decks of cards used, the lower the house edge of the casino.
So it is also better for the player's chances of winning if, for example, only two decks of cards are used.
In most casinos, blackjack is played with a 6-deck sled (shoegame) or shuffling machine.
So-called double-deck games have only two decks of cards, which makes it easier to keep track of the cards played.
Likewise, calculating the True Count is easier, as it is determined by dividing the Running Count by the number of remaining decks. So for two decks, you just divide by 2 or 1 - or halves 1.5 and 0.5. This is much easier than, say, a 6-deck game where you have to divide by 6, 5, 4 and 3 at the start to get an accurate True Count.
There is even still the one or other casino in the USA where single deck blackjack is offered. However, these variants also often have disadvantages, so it is not necessarily better to prefer this variant to a 6-deck slot.
In addition to the number of cards in the deck, it also depends on how many of the cards are played before the so-called cutting card comes to be shuffled again. This process is called "Deck Penetration". Here the casinos with fewer decks of cards often have very strict Rules and then deal only a few rounds.
12. SET YOUR BUDGET [⭐️]
This blackjack tip can be found on many websites and remains there only on the surface. The budget serves more as a pseudo-advice of the casino lobby to soothe their conscience.
Because the truth is, these websites make money by you signing up to an online casino and losing there.
The more you lose, the more they earn. That's why limiting your budget is actually the last thing casino affiliate sites want.
Nevertheless, there is also a spark of truth in this hypocrisy.
This is because it is very important for a blackjack professional to stay within his budget.
There are a lot of things to consider here, which is why we have a whole article on the subject of "money management" written.
Blackjack pro Radek Vegas sums up his opinion on the budget tip for us here:
"Your bankroll is the amount of money you use ONLY TO PLAY BLACKJACK!
You can lose that money without batting an eye and it won't change your life, your standard of living or your mood.
Only bet a fraction of your bankroll at a time. Ideally, you should only risk a maximum of 1/10 of your bankroll on any given night at the casino. The standard bet should also only be a maximum of 5% of your daily budget. This way you minimize the risk of a complete loss."
Especially the highlighted quote should be written behind the ears of every player!
We very often get news stories where gamblers get upset about losses. Or we regularly see real dramas in casinos, where gambling addicts risk everything - and OF COURSE LOSE! Such things cannot go well. And if it goes well once, then eventually you get to that point again. And at some point it doesn't go well anymore.
Therefore, planning the bets without emotions is very important for success in blackjack.
13. let the dealer overbuy [❌]
How do you do that? With magic?
Hex Hex! Dealer draw a six.
The aim of this tip: you shall make wrong decisions that will make you lose more.
By your loss, the website on which this tip is placed earns more money because the advertisement leads to an online casino that pays the website up to 50% of the players' lost money.
The truth: Letting the dealer overbid is not within the player's power. Zero, zero.
The dealer plays according to fixed rules. It is clearly and simply defined when the dealer draws.
The dealer always draws until he has at least 17.
In principle, this is also a good rule for the players. At least if you have a starting hand greater than 6.
So the dealer definitely does not make any mistakes. Nevertheless, it happens of course that the dealer sometimes overbought.
If he has to draw another card at 16, he is most likely to get more than 21 points.
However, one should not derive a "scaredy-cat strategy" from this. In this case, beginners remain standing with weak scores for fear of overbought themselves, in the hope that the dealer will overbought. But it's better to risk losing now and then than to stand still and hope that the dealer will overbought. The dealer doesn't do that often enough. That way you will only lose more.
The bust probability of the dealer depends on his own up-card. Most often the dealer will overbust if he has a 6 as an up card (about 43% of the cases). The rarest way for the dealer to overbust is with an ace (about 20%).
By the way, these probabilities are also the basis of the Basic Strategy. That is why you should ideally stand with 12 against a 6 of the dealer.
However, it would be stupid to stand with 12 when the dealer has a 7 or better. That's why you should rather learn the basic strategy than "let the dealer overbought".
The probability for some cards are higher than for others, but to say: now comes the seven of hearts is only possible with a magic trick. This way the player cannot influence anything and therefore cannot "overbid" the dealer.
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Black Jack Strategy Table PDF
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The decisions proposed here are based on mathematical probabilities.
With this you can make the best out of any situation!
Important: You can't always win!
Even the best football team (except maybe Liverpool 😉 loses sometimes.
So it is with blackjack.
But the blackjack strategy chart will help you make the right decisions.
You win more in good situations.
You lose less in bad situations.
GTA ONLINE BLACKJACK TIPS
GTA stands for "Grand Theft Auto" and is a well-known computer game series.
In GTA you can also Play online blackjack.
The tips for this are the same as here on this page.
Basically, it always depends on which Blackjack rules offers a casino.
This results in the optimal blackjack strategy.
This changes, for example, when 2, 6 or 8 decks of cards are used.
GTA Online Blackjack tips will follow shortly.
RDR2 Blackjack Tips
Here follow RDR2 blackjack tips.
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The best blackjack tip is very simple: you have to play blackjack!
Only those who practice a lot will sooner or later become better and win more money.
Casinos don't give away money.
Online casinos don't normally do that either!