Learn to Play Blackjack Program

Learn to play blackjack at gambling teachers
If you want to Learn to Play Blackjack with optimum strategies, there is only one gambling pro who comes to mind--Henry Tamburin.
Writing and teaching the game for many years, Henry brings both those skills to Gambling Teachers.
He is a 'natural' to guide you through this Learn to Play Blackjack program.

Other gambling pros contributing are Phillip Vogel, Frank Scoblete & Gayle Mitchell.

Blackjack is a value casino game. For casino players who play using basic strategy, tables with specific conditions and rules, they are offered an opportunity to compete on a level playing field with casinos online or off.

The term, basic blackjack strategy is used in several of the lessons at Learn to Play Blackjack. The term refers to the computer-derived play of every player hand versus every dealer upcard.
If you adhere to this basic strategy for hitting, standing, doubling down, and splitting pairs, you will be rewarded with very small house advantages for multiple-deck games in the range of 0.3 to 0.6% along with a miniscule house edge for single-deck games. Toss in the good rules or conditions for specific single-deck blackjack and that house edge is trimmed to 0.14%.
For specific strategies, explore Aces/Eights, soft hands and splitting lessons.
Blackjack Errors and how to avoid them is worth the read for novice and veteran players.

The basics of blackjack strategy are easy to learn. Let's start at the top hand--a two-card 21 where a show of your cards results is an easy 3-2 payoff.
Additionally, a blackjack hand count of 17 through 20 only requires a wait-and-see tactic where the ideal player outcome is either beating the dealer or that the dealer busts.

For Gambling Teachers visitors who want more, there are advanced blackjack lessons by pros about basics plus, game selection, surrender, side bets, control, playing two spots and card counting.
Also, you can learn strategies, rules and game variations at onlineblackjack.org
Blackjack Quick Tips, 2 challenging Quiz and terms/language of the game provide a full compliment of lessons to explore.
Casino players will be rewarded with the knowledge and ability to pocket more of your money when you play against the casinos.

Lessons for Learn to Play Blackjack Program are listed below.
1) EZ Strategy
2) BJack Basics
3) Play Blackjack?
4) Strategies & History
5) Basic BJ Strategy
6) Set of 3 Strategy Cards
7) BJ Game Selection
8) Single Deck is Better
9) BJack Surrender
10) Strategy: Basics Plus
11) Decisions Count
12) BJack Side Bets
13) Betting Two Spots
14) BJ Players: The Difference

15) BJ Mistakes & Corrections
16) BJ Math: SD Factor
17) Elimination BJack
18) Standing on 17-21
19) BJack Control
20) Aces & Eights Strategies
21) Split BJ Strategies & Tips
22) Blackjack Soft Hands
23) Profits w/Card Counting
24) Basic BJack Errors
25) Blackjack Shufflers--CSM
26) Fast Track BJ Tips
27) BJ Quiz 1
28) BJ Quiz 2
29) BJ Terms

Learn to Play Blackjack Introduction
The best Blackjack tables for players offer these specific conditions and rules: 'Dealer Must Draw to 16 and Stand on All 17s' statement, use a single deck, have no restrictions on doubling down, allow re-splitting, and have a surrender option available.

Learn to Play Blackjack: Basic terms for this casino game:
21 wins: An ace is counted as 1 or 11, face cards 10, all other cards counted as marked.
Hard Hand: A hand that does not include an ace. What you see with these two cards is your total count. Example is 9 + 8 = 17.learn blackjack at gambling teachers
Soft Hand:
A hand that includes an ace in first two cards dealt. It has two values, depending on whether you use the ace as 1 or 11.
So, a 5 and an ace could be 6 or 16.
Stiff Hand:
a potential bust hand, such as a 13 or 14.
This term especially applies for a hard 15 or 16, which are the two worst hands you can get unless the 16 is two 8's, then split.
Push: same count as the dealer-- a tie --no money is exchanged. You do not win or lose.
Burn Cards: number of cards casino discards at the beginning of a new shuffle.
Multiple Decks: four or more decks played in a game, always dealt face up.
Single or Double Decks:
played in a game, first two cards are dealt face down.
If you play online or off with poor strategy or instinct, you give the casino an advantage of 5%+. In order to Learn to Play Blackjack correctly, you must focus on the dealer.
The objective is not to get as close to 21 as possible, but to beat the dealer.
It's very possible to win with a 13 or 14 count when the dealer busts.

From Learn to Play Blackjack, you can move on to our Learn to Play Craps program
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Tips, Terms & Wins

The myth of the late Australian Kerry Packer, media tycoon just gets bigger and bigger about baccarat and blackjack, his preferred games.
Kerry is said to have tipped one cocktail waitress a house!
Savor this tall-tale about Packer:
A loud and obnoxious high roller is playing at the same table as Mr. Packer. Finally, Kerry asks the man to ease up. The man gets louder: “Do you know who I am?
I am worth 60 million dollars, pardner!”
Packer eyes him and says, "I’ll flip you for it!"

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