Easy To Recall Vingt-et-un Technique

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One of the simplest techniques to wager on blackjack and be a dependable winner is to play like the dealer competes.

You’ll notice more folks will balk at the tables if you do, but why would you care? You will come away with a win, more constantly, over a period of time if you always compete like the casino. Try it at home, on the net, or in real life in the brick and mortar betting houses on a "leisurely day," but be certain you attempt it especially given that it works.

It’s the easiest method to play with no counting, definitely no 10’s or fives or anything else to keep in mind. If you stop and consider it, this is why this "technique" will be the only technique you will ever need:

How frequently does a dealer show a 2 and make a strong hand? How regularly does the casino show a 3, turn over a 10, and make a strong hand? How frequently have you split an eight-eight versus a croupier’s face and got 2 losing hands instead of one? How frequently have you split Ace-Ace against the house’s face and had two losing hands rather than one?

It’s really astonishing how the croupier can draw a hand out with original hands of twelve,13,fourteen,15, and even 16. This occurs because it is supposed to happen, as a result of the number of low value cards in the deck and other factors.

Try this technique and see if you compete any better than you have in the past. Bear in mind, if you try this system or anyother, do it regularly and with this one it means you compete like the house each time. Just take cards until you get 17 and stand.

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