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Players who want to learn blackjack strategy I say that although his letters are important, the letters discovered by the dealer more so. Blackjack can be played with one or more decks. The first option is more advantageous for the player as it allows easier tracking of the letters.


Each deck contains thirteen (13) different types of cards, starting with a two and finishing with an ace There are eight (8) letters whose value is shown on the chart, one (1) card that is 1 or 11 and four (4) cards with a value of 10.

The latter are the card with the number 10, Jack, Queen and King. This makes the probability of having a card with a value of 10 is 1 in 3. For example, if the dealer shows an Ace chances of getting a blackjack, for example, an Ace and a card with a value of 10, are 1 in 3 even without getting a letter.

The same happens if the dealer's up card is a 6. Still there is that 1 in 3 chance that the upward is 10, which would give a total of 16. The player will have to take you, in accordance with the rules of blackjack, and then it is more likely to obtain a value of 21. So, by viewing the dealer's upward is obtained much strategic information.

Okay, what would you do if the dealer had a 6 and you have a 12? The first thing that comes to mind is that 12 is not close enough to 21 to win, need to have a 16. While this is true in general, does not apply the same way to the blackjack, as there are 1 in 3 chance that grab a card and get 10.

Which would give him a second time out of 22 and an immediate removal. In this case, the best strategy would be "planted" and the dealer, surely, would have to draw cards twice, if you get two cards with a value of 10, would be eliminated.

Let's say the dealer discovers a 7 and you have cards with a value of 16. There are 1 in 3 chance of having a 10 and could beat. So we must realize that, if you take letter has 5 chances out of 12 to get a card that scores 17 or more, and so tie or win the game. These cards are Ace, 2, 3, 4 and 5. In this example, the best strategy would be to take a letter. A blackjack strategy requires the player to take the minimum of cards if the dealer uncovers a 6 or a letter below, and pick more cards if the dealer shows a card with a 7 or higher.