Strategies & Tips

Baccarat

How to Play Baccarat
Tips for Baccarat Players
History of Baccarat

Blackjack

How to Play Blackjack
Blackjack Rules
Tips for Blackjack Players
History of Blackjack 

Craps

How to Play Craps
Craps Bets
Craps Terminology

Roulette

How to Play Roulette
Roulette Variations
Roulette Strategy

Slot Machines

Slots History
Tips for Slots Players

Video Poker

How to Play Video Poker
Video Poker Variations
Video Poker Terminology
Payback for Video Poker Variations

Related

Video Poker Strategy
Internet Roulette
Play Slots

 Tips for Blackjack Players

Most casinos have a limit bet size for players entering mid-shoe. This is because card counters will watch a shoe in progress and only sit down to play when the count is in their favor.

Seating doesn’t matter (except for card counters).

Other players’ results do not affect your hand.

The object of Blackjack is to beat the dealer. Many neophytes make the mistake of thinking that the game is to get as close to 21 as possible.

Don’t play by the dealer’s rules — you bust you lose.

Don’t always assume the next card is a ten — only 31% of the cards have a value of ten.

The true house advantage in Blackjack is the fact that a player always loses when he busts, even if the dealer busts.

All tables have a card stating minimum and maximum bets for the table. During busy times, minimum bets will be higher. During slow times minimum bets may be lower or even changed during the game to encourage more players to sit down.

Blackjack is one of the few casino games where rules vary from casino to casino, or even from table to table in the same casino. Know the rules and proper strategy before you play.

 

 

High Roller

About Casino Games
> baccarat
> blackjack
> craps
> keno
> poker
> roulette
> slots
Strategies & Tips
Top Online Casinos
Payouts

High Roller > Tips for Blackjack Players

Sitemap