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Welcome to Absolute Blackjack, a comprehensive website on the game of blackjack. We have information on the game, history of blackjack, its origins, blackjack strategies, blackjack rules, blackjack systems in fact anything you can think of about the game. The game of blackjack is a beatable card game because it is a game of dependent events, and therefore, changing probabilities. Also known as '21', blackjack has long been a favorite with punters around the world. Blackjack is a relatively simple game that offers nail-biting excitement at every round.

Blackjack Strategies

We have compiled a list of winning blackjack strategies for you to view, these blackjack strategies are not guaranteed to achieve the winning strategy.

1. if the dealer's up card is a seven (7) or higher, you should play to seventeen! that means if you were dealt a 10 and a 2, you have 12. you must hit this hand until you reach 17. let's say your next card is a 4. you now have 16. you must hit this hand until you reach 17.
2. if the dealer's up card is a six (6) or lower but higher than a three (3) you must play to twelve and stop.
3. If the dealer has a six (6) showing and you were dealt a 10 and a 2, you have 12. You MUST stand on this hand.
4. if the dealer's up card is a two (2) or a three (3) you must play until 13.
5. if you were dealt a 10 and a 2, you have 12. you must hit this hand! let's say the next card is an ace. you now have 13. you must stand on this hand.

Blackjack Systems

1. If the dealer's up card is a seven (7) or higher, YOU SHOULD PLAY TO SEVENTEEN! That means if you were dealt a 10 and a 2, you have 12. You MUST hit this hand until you reach 17. Let's say your next card is a 4. You now have 16. You MUST hit this hand until you reach 17.
2. If the dealer's up card is a six (6) or lower but higher than a three (3) YOU MUST PLAY TO TWELVE AND STOP.
3. If the dealer has a six (6) showing and you were dealt a 10 and a 2, you have 12. You MUST stand on this hand.
4. If the dealer's up card is a two (2) or a three (3) YOU MUST PLAY UNTIL 13.
5. If you were dealt a 10 and a 2, you have 12. You MUST hit this hand! Let's say the next card is an Ace. You now have 13. You MUST stand on this hand.

My way you can lose with a blackjack hand is if the dealer has one, too.

Blackjack Rules

The object of Blackjack is to get your cards to add up to a total as close to 21 as possible without going over (or 'busting') or to have higher numbers than the dealer. Rules can vary from casino to casino, but these are the basic guidelines to follow:

1. Between one and seven players can take part in any hand of Blackjack. The players put an initial wager forward and two cards are dealt to each player (one at a time) with the dealer dealing him/herself last with one card face down.
2. In Blackjack you assess your cards total value and decide whether you need to take another card to boost your total or take a punt on the tally you already have and hope others will 'bust'.
3. When you draw an ace, you can decide whether it counts as 1 or 11.
4. When all the players stand, the dealer plays his own hand. The face down card is flipped over - the dealer must 'hit' until the total is 17 or above. Then the dealer has to stand. If the dealer busts, all players that are still in the game win. Between the players and the dealer, whoever is closer to 21 without going over wins. (The same chips are used for your next turn.)
5. Winnings are calculated on the amount of the bet for a winning hand. But if you have Blackjack - two cards totalling 21 - you win one-and-a-half times your wager. The only way you can lose with a blackjack hand is if the dealer has one, too.

Blackjack Cheating

For shoe games, there is a device called a "holdout shoe" that essentially second deals for the dealer. Discreet mirrors and prisms may be contained in the holdout shoe which only allow the dealer to see what card is next. Shorting a regular shoe of ten cards will obviously have a detrimental effect on the BlackJack player.

Marking cards while you play is another popular method. "The Daub" technique is done by clandestinely applying a substance that leaves an almost invisible smudge on the card. High value cards like tens are usually the targets. (One scam involved the use of a special paint that was only visible to specially made contact lenses.) The "hold out" method requires the palming of a card and substituting a better one. This is usually done when there is big money bet on the hand. One of the risks to these methods is when the deck is changed since the pit boss always scrutinizes the decks after they are taken out of play.

Other methods entail playing two hands and switching cards from one hand to the other, counterfeiting cards and/or casino chips, and adding chips after a winning hand. Some dealers may be careless when looking at their hole card for a BlackJack. A person behind the dealer on the other side of the pit may be able to discern the card. The value is then signalled to a player at the table. Wireless signalling devices have been used for various purposes but some casinos have new electronic detection systems that monitor certain frequencies for activity.

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