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Bide your time at the beginning. It is true the casino busts more often if the dealer hits a soft However the dealer also gets fewer seventeens, which is not a very good hand. If you are counting cards then it is like decreasing the penetration by one card. Caribbean Stud Poker: I asked a dealer and he said raising for the dealer is optional. The following table shows all the ways this hand can turn up. This theory is called card clumping and would make for good fertilizer if it could be bagged. For rooms, you will have more bargaining power if you ask for one during a slow time when they have vacancies anyway. The rules state the dealer stands on The dealer has no free will and once she got 18 the 18 is firm. The second half of the round take big chances to get in first place. At high levels of play this may also be subject to skill level, the better you are the less you will get. Yes, my basic strategy charts are designed to be the best play based on the first two cards. Beware of single deck games that only pay even money or 6 to 5 on a blackjack, you are much better off at a shoe game that does pay 3 to 2. Thus the odds would be same as in live blackjack with the same rules. Briefly, here are some pieces of advice: Positional advantage is very important. This "flaw" theory is a load of crap, which is not surprising considering the cesspools where talk of it is usually found. The optimal strategy is the same as that of double exposure in most cases. That percentage can vary by game, the higher the house edge the higher the percentage. But this is a very slight effect and nothing you should be trusting in. As my blackjack appendix 9 shows the expected value for standing is So, based on the first two cards, the odds favor hitting by 0. If you had asked about roulette or craps I would say the past makes no difference at all. A 17 is a lousy hand, and whether the player or the dealer hitting a soft 17 offers two chances to improve upon it. It is a law in Nevada that video representations of card games must be truly random. So I asked Don Schlesinger, author of Blackjack Attack , if there were any known play where the best play on the initial hand is different from the best play to maximize the expected value of the overall game of blackjack. The basic formula for comps is that the casino will give you back a percentage of your theoretical loss. In general you should tell the dealer which bets are his, except blackjack where its common practice that any bet outside the betting circle is for the dealer. You can then back out the average bet required. Blackjack tournaments are not my strong subject. For example King Neptune's casino posts their June report on their web site. Let It Ride Poker: Can I place more than one bet for the dealer what happens if I decide to take back one of my bets and there was a tip? In other words you should expect the same kind of outcome as in a live game with the same rules. Thanks for the compliment. My question relates to what has come to be known in certain blackjack circles as The Flaw. The right two cells of the bottom row show that overall the expected value of hitting is So, the table shows the odds favor standing by 0. Lest some perfectionist correct me I will say that between shuffles blackjack hands do have a slightly negative correlation. It is a Nevada state law that an electronic game with representations of cards or dice must be based on fair odds. Most other jurisdictions more or less accept Nevada regulations. However, you bring up a valid point. Your own results will depend on the game rules, your skill in games of decision making , and luck. He replied that a soft 18 against a dealer ace, in a double-deck game, where the dealer stands on soft 17, was such a play. If competing against one other player you want to bet with him when ahead, and contrary to him when behind. In a one or two deck game some casinos will reshuffle in that situation. One percent says it all. Or is it theoretically BS? I haven't studied it but I think this would result in the tip having an advantage. Here are my results. I counted only hands where soft 18 against a dealer ace happened at any time during play. I side with the casino. If both of you bust it isn't a tie, but YOU lose. Wong says that if you are behind to bet opposite of the leader, small when he bets big, and big when he bets small. Thanks for the kind words. The usual way to bet for the dealer in blackjack is to put the tip on the edge of the betting circle. When you are last to act is the best time to take chances with big bets. You should be warned that the vast majority of video blackjack games pay even money on a blackjack, which is a terrible rule whether on a video or live game. Pay attention to the maximum bet allowed. Blackjack: Yes to all three. Actually, if the dealer has been winning it is slightly likely that it is because lots of small cards have come out, which would mean the deck is rich in large cards, in which case the odds would actually bend in your favor the next hand. In most games the odds are quantifiable so payout reports are not useful.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} According to my theoretical house edge table , the casinos assume a house edge of 0. If the maximum bet is small compared to the player stacks you should get aggressive early. The book gets into much more detail. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The dealer has the advantage because the player has to go first. Craps: Yes, you can make any bet for the dealer. Online blackjack, slot machines, and video blackjack all use random number generators. Numerous mathematicians have developed the basic strategy from scratch and have all come up with the same thing. Bets that are pulled back go to the player, not the dealer. Sometimes on a cold table everyone else will burn themselves out while you coast to first place at your table. Thus, for practical purposes of playing all hands, the best play is to stand, contrary to what my basic strategy chart says. I find it highly unlikely that every one of them, including me, programs in the exact same flaw. Speaking of supporting my site, it helps to click through my Amazon links when buying books there. I think in these situations you have just been having bad luck and switching tables will not help. However if you think the dealer will expose his hole card again I would recommend not making it obvious that you know and not make plays that normally look ridiculous like hitting a 19 against a Any video representation of a card game in the state of Nevada must be dealt from a fairly shuffled deck. To confirm these results I ran two simulations under the rules in question, one simulation hitting and one standing on this play. If you make a line bet for the dealers and back it up with the odds it is implied the odds are a tip too. One could write an entire book on blackjack tournament strategy. As a general rule, you can make any bet for the dealer in any game. The In other words an actual house edge of 3. It would also say that about blackjack if a continuous shuffler were used. So the game should be fair with odds the same as in a hand dealt game having the same rules. So unless you might actually play there is no pressure any longer to click through the banners. However, there are many more ways to see soft 18 than one ace and one seven. This is the usual approach to developing the basic strategy. The most common ones are the yo and the hard ways. If you are in the lead then you should bet with the second highest player. According to my calculations this would give the player about an 8. No legitimate blackjack writer puts any stock in it at all. So in your example the value of this play would be 0. So basic strategy tables will also work for video blackjack. Let it Ride: I'm told that the player should put out three tips initially but must pull them back in the same manner that they pull back their own bets. One benefit to this approach is the expected values of each play can be calculated exactly and compared to other sources. I appreciate the thought of visiting the advertisers. Payout percentages such as this are historical. So, the simulation shows the odds favor standing by 0. They also might have some sympathy and give you more than you are entitled if you had a really bad run of luck.