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The Natural or Blackjack hand is where the game gets its name. When there is only one player playing at the blackjack table. It provides valuable information for any player attempting to follow basic strategy or count cards because it clues you into the house's prospects. You mention hitting 13v2, which is not correct. What are the abbreviations I see at online blackjack casinos?

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No download or registration needed. Are you ready to play real money games? Find out which casinos have the best options here. Our FAQ guide answers the most frequently asked questions regarding blackjack and playing online. Most casinos have an app or a mobile version of the game allowing you to play on your Android or iOS phone or tablet.

Check out our mobile blackjack section to find casinos compatible with your device. We cover more than different blackjack terms and what they mean. This section covers card counting and how to count cards.

Learn why it is legal, the most popular systems created, how to use it and view real hand examples. We get a lot of questions about how to get started with online blackjack. Things like legal issues, safety, what casinos to play at and more. Real money casinos have been around for almost 20 years. And when there is a casino, there is a blackjack game.

Can I play online blackjack for real money? Any reputable online casino will be licensed and regulated to ensure that the games are fair and that the casino must act in a fair and honorable manner to its clients. Check the bottom of the page to see where a casino is regulated, and also check to see whether it is eCOGRA approved, as this means that the games on the site have been independently tested to ensure fairness.

All the sites recommended on these pages are credible and trustworthy casinos, so you can rest assured that we only ever direct our readers to the most reliable of online betting sites.

The bigger online casinos will usually have a selection of different blackjack games on offer, so real fans of the game will be on the lookout for casinos offering options such as Surrender, Perfect Blackjack, Pontoon, Switch, and Multi-hand games. The original form of blackjack offers plenty of excitement on its own, but variations on the game allow players to profit from different side bet options, as well as offering alternative gameplay features such as the ones mentioned on this page.

Blackjack is a game with one of the lowest house edges of all online casino games, which is why it remains a favorite with canny gamblers. By using the correct strategy players can reduce the casino edge to almost zero.

It is important to be wary of some of the side bets on offer though, as these may not provide the same value as the original game. It is quite possible to find blackjack games with a house edge of just 0. You should never even consider sitting down at a virtual blackjack table until you are absolutely certain about how the game works. A good knowledge of the mechanics of the game is an absolute must.

Playing for fun initially will help you in the long run. Most of the card values in blackjack are self-explanatory, but there are a few cards which can trip up newbies when it comes to their value. Aces are the cards which have a unique value in blackjack, as they can be worth either 1 or 11 depending on which is liable to benefit you in a given situation.

A starting hand of A5 will have a value of 6 or If the next card drawn is a 9 then the Ace becomes a 1 for a total value of If you draw a 3 instead, then the Ace will be used as an 11 to make a strong hand of We told you that you'll have to make a decision with every hand you're dealt. Figuring it all out can be a bit tough, but there's good news. We actually have a Blackjack strategy cheat sheet that tells you exactly what to do if you're unsure.

Before you print this out, you should know that most land-based casinos won't welcome this cheat sheet to the table. It's not against the rules to know this information, but casinos don't like players bringing this kind of helpful information to the table. However, that is not a problem when you are playing at online Blackjack casinos. No one will know that you're using a Blackjack strategy guide, so go right ahead. You've probably heard that counting cards in Blackjack is illegal.

Well, you've heard wrong. It's actually not against the law to count cards in Blackjack, as long as the only thing you use to count is your brain. If you use a computer or any type of electronic device, that's called cheating - and that could get you tossed out of a casino, thankfully, you don't have to worry about that when you play online blackjack for real money.

Never heard of counting cards? In a nutshell, you're using fast math to figure out whether you should bet more on a hand or keep your bets low. There are tons of different card counting methods and we have them all detailed on our Card Counting page.

Every card in the Blackjack card has a value. We're not talking about the face value, like the 6 on a 6 of diamonds. We're talking about three numbers that you'll use to count cards. That's pretty much all there is to this basic card counting Blackjack strategy.

A higher count means you're more likely to hit a Blackjack or be dealt a face card. A lower count means you're likely to get unfavorable cards. Use this information to win big at the tables. In order to help you out along the way, we have developed a great game to help you count cards like a pro.

Below, you can practice keeping count and learn as you go along. Blackjack is one of the most popular casino games in the world, enjoyed by huge numbers of people every day, both in land-based and online casinos.

The history of blackjack is a long and complex one though, as well as one steeped in myth and folklore. Therefore, it is tough to pin down the exact moment when blackjack - or any of its potential predecessors - was conceived. What is known is this though: There are others though who think that the game dates back even further, possibly even back to the time of the ancient Egyptians.

There are other theories as to the origins of blackjack though. One of the most widely supported is that it originated in France in the 18th century, with a game known as Vingt-Un. This game saw betting rounds between each card being dealt, as well as the dealer being the only person allowed to double down, but the basic object of the game was still essentially the same as the blackjack played in casinos today.

References to this game can be found in the book Round Games with Cards, which was written by Baxter Wray in , and in this book he describes the game as a popular one. Even Wray fails to pin down the exact origins of the game though, once again suggesting that Vingt-Un had predecessors.

He says in the book "Its name would seem to imply that it is of French origin; but in reference to this, as well as in regard to the date of its introduction into the country, we have no definite details.

Regardless of where the original form of blackjack originated though, it can then be shown that the game gradually spread around both France and Spain. It would then migrate to the casinos of the United States, where it was referred to as twenty-one - a name still commonly used to refer to the game today.

Blackjack is one of the classic casino favorites that you're bound to find at every site, but sometimes you'll discover a new aspect that you're not certain about.

For that reason, we've collated this list of frequently asked questions so that you can focus on enjoying your game and leave any queries you have behind. The first place to look is on the pages of our website. We thoroughly research each online blackjack casino to be sure it has the best graphics, highest payouts, great bonuses and is safe and secure for your protection. Don't rest your fate upon the outcome of a simple Google search.

Also look for a site that offers both real cash and free play - free blackjack games allow you to 'test drive' the casino before taking the plunge with a real bankroll. A computer or mobile internet device and an internet connection are all you need to begin.

You will have to download the casino's software, or for Mac and iPhone users, play at online blackjack casinos that offer web-based, no download software platforms.

You get each online casino's blackjack software at that casino. They are not interchangeable so if you want to play at a different real money blackjack casino, you have to download the new casino's software too.

You can also play at no download online casinos but you still have to complete a player registration form first. Don't worry though, the registration process if free and it only takes a couple of minutes. Ken, I just jumped on the trainer after a few months absence. Started reading the comments and noticed that you will be launching a revised version. Any idea of the approximate launch date? Looking forward to the new version. Thanks again for a great strategy trainer!

I will resume development in August, so I now expect a launch in the fall at the earliest. Assuming the same rules, BS, and betting pattern?

If prior history is repeated, I will be inundated with emails asking why I made the game so much harder to beat, along with an equal number asking why I made it so much easier to beat!

That would be called luck. What algorithm is used for card shuffling? I think the trainer play along me. When is using late surrender with the dealer ace trainer first offers surrendering instead of insurance.

And again I continue to win. May be there is a reason to imitate dealers shuffling, instead of mathematical random shuffling. You may be right about the surrender issue, although it is possible that the surrender may only work if the dealer does NOT have blackjack.

Is there an iOS app version of this trainer for my iPad? Please email your response. The new mobile-friendly version is coming along slowly.

I now think early Summer is the target. Emailed also as requested. Suggestion for future versions of your Strategy Trainer; ties push, rather than dealer wins all ties….? The current Strategy Trainer works just fine in this regard. Ties are a push. You are being confused by the way the bankroll is adjusted up when the bet is returned to your bankroll, and then down by the bet being made again.

If you happen to look at the wrong moment, you only see the second half of that transaction. It works as it should. Yes, you can play as many spots as you like at the table in Casino Verite. And you can choose to have other spots played by automated players if you like. There is no download for the trainer here. If your device is not compatible with Flash, the current version hosted here on this page will not work.

How come when you split Aces and then get another Ace the program will not let you split beyond two hands that is a flaw that needs to be corrected asap. Yes, there is a problem with split Aces in the current version.

A completely new trainer is in development and coming along nicely. Ive been playing on your trainer web getting ready to go to the casino. I noticed that amount won many times is not added to the total.

I thoutht maybe I was making a mistake but after careful watching of several hundred hands I confirmed that to be the case. Kind of makes me wonder if the rest of the software has a problem.

Check it out and let me know what gives. No, there is no problem with the paying of winning hands in the free game. The confusion comes from the way that your balance increases after the hand, and then immediately decreases again as the next bet is automatically made. Many people only notice the second part and think their balance is going down after a winning hand.

Single deck, S17, DAS, 15 vs According to your B. What it the correct play? Does the discrepancy have to do with hand composition?

The correct strategy is hit. I checked the source for the trainer, and it does appear this is a bug. In 2 or more decks S17 LS, you should surrender 15vT. In 1 deck S17 LS, you should hit. The trainer is inaccurate, only in the one deck version. Thanks for pointing this out. Another option which might be nice for the next version: Those questions are going to depend on your edge and how willing you are to play with an advantage for these long periods.

See my other reply for advice on software or books to answer those questions. Your advantage is going to heavily depend on your bet spread, and the bet ramp.

CVData software , to accurately sim any game and counting system, or the book Blackjack Attack for a ton of pre-figured stats on many games. Something I noticed is that the dealer will still hit even if their first two cards have a greater total than mine and its under No sane dealer in real life would hit when they already have a total greater than yours, right?

The dealer must follow the strict rules on hitting, and cannot choose to stand on a stiff total just because he would beat you. For more, see Blackjack Rules. Thanks for the BJ game. The black letters on the green are a little hard for me to see. Hi, can i use the basic srategy playing rng bj like the one playtech offer in many different online casino, will it have the same effect as playing live casino?

How about an option to turn off the card total display? I have a LONG way to go yet. It would be stellar if the trainer could be configured to only deal the most difficult combinations for the player.

The strategy engine on hitorsplit. I was wondering what should a player do if he lost the count of the cards dealt and does the count have to always be exact? The count does not have to be exact, but there are a few really dangerous mistakes you can make.

If for example, you flip the sign, turning a negative count into a positive count, that would make you bet bigger money into bad situations. Obviously an expensive mistake. If you truly lose all track of where the count is, just flat-bet the minimum until the shuffle. Thank you very much I was also wondering should a player enter the deck just as it has been shuffled and if not how should a player determine a count when there is only half of the deck to start with?

You can start any time during the shuffle. Just think of the cards already in the discard tray as being behind the cut card instead. But everything works just the same. I was also wondering how should a player go about betting when counting say the minimum bet is 2 and the maximum 10 with the bankroll of at what count would you advise to increase bets from the minimum?

Doubling down gives a chance to double the amount of your bet after seeing your first two cards. You mentioned a hand with a total of 10 in the first two cards. For a full explanation of doubling, see Blackjack Rules: Part 3 — Player Choices.

A new question regarding Lucky Lucky. I tried searching it up and apparently the Lucky Lucky LL bet is a profitable game when card counting is taken into consideration apparently 2 deck is best for it. If you are expecting a bunch of face cards to peel off, or blackjacks and the dealer has a 10, you can still win those bets fairly often. Hello Again, I recently finished my first month of card counting adventures. There have been times where I have bet 20 units and lost 80 units from splits and dd.

With your experience, what do you think a general estimated or spread would make hourly in betting units?

Hello thanks for previous answers, new question! I have a relatively small bankroll and comps and match plays really make a huge impact on my future game have not frequented many times yet , but wanted to clarify some thoughts.

Match plays offer a huge boost for low limit players. In fact the edge from coupons will often dwarf the rest of your advantage. Knowing that the probability of the next card being a 10 and more often busting than improving you, should you stand and pray the dealer has 6 or less and take that 10?

Or do you always hit since too many cards improve you and refer to basic strategy? Just always hit 12, 13, and 14 vs Ten. For 12vT and 13vT, the count basically never gets high enough to stand. With 14vT, the appropriate Hi-Lo index would be very high.

Stand at 0 or higher. My Advanced cards have very precise indexes for 6 different sets of rules. Just started playing and want to get really good at black jack can u install a cheat such as best times to stay or hit? So it becomes instinct after playing a few hundred hands. I assume you mean you would like a feature optional of course that shows you the correct play before you make the decision. The trainer already corrects you on mistakes, but I can see how some people may like an option to just see the best play beforehand.

Sort of like learning with flashcards. Sounds reasonable for the new version. I like it like it is. If you add the flashcard type version I hope you would make it an option like choosing how many decks, etc. If it were permanent I think I would think less before hitting, standing, or doubling down.

Can you make an option to get rid of the count? Adding them in my head helps me train. Overall this is my favorite trainer so far. No firm timeframe yet for the new version, but I know it is months away still. Hey Ken, its Brutus from the old forums. I never tried to play the game with the screen looking like it does.

I just thought it looked so much different. I called my son and had him bring up the game, while Im talking to him I hit the play button, it delt the cards. Stupid me , but I like the old screen better. I cant figure how to get rid of that stuff on the right and bring the game over.

I would first check to see if your system can run at a higher resolution. At some point, the sidebar will reposition to below the game. Let me know if either of these ideas works. Another thing to try is the Italian link to the game.

Can you describe what you see instead of what you expect? Do you have Flash player installed and running in your browser? You can test that, and see your Flash version number here: I really appreciate the Android app. I asked several months ago when an app for my Samsung tablet would be available.

You promised it was in the works. Thanks for following through. I misunderstood the app link — I thought it was you. I retract all my kudos and return to waiting mode. Got a couple of questions about strategy in such a situation;. Appreciate your help and any rationale you can provide for choices in these situations given the conditions of the table at which I shall be trying my luck. You can get a complete strategy chart for this exact game here: To answer your questions: The answers to 2 and 4 would change with peek, right?

And I do understand how vulnerable all players are with European style no peek. Answers 2 and 4 change with peek. It can be confusing!

The next version of the trainer will make more information available about the rule choices. I think there are some flaws in your basic strategy regarding early surrender.

The game recommended I surrender with 12 vs a dealer ace. It also recommended I surrender with a 7 vs an ace. To learn more, see my article Blackjack Surrender Explained. The game has been slow and jerky the last few days. I have a very fast internet connection so I know the problem must be at your end. Once the current version of the trainer is loaded and running, it runs locally on your machine.

Something has to be causing Flash to run slowly on your machine. Note that this will work completely differently in the eventual new version, which will be interacting with the server to provide additional features.

Splitting 4s vs a dealer 5 or 6 is better only when the rules allow double after split. If the actual numbers would help, here they are for a 6-deck S17 DAS game:

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