Blackjack is one of the most popular casino card games played by gambling enthusiasts all around the world. This game has been played in the United States since the 1800's.
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When the game originated in French casinos in the early 1700s it was known as "vingt-et-un" ("20 and 1"). By association, the game became known as Blackjackbecause if a player held a Jack of Spades and an Ace of Spades as the 1st two cards, the player was paid out extra. So with a Jack being a vital card and Spades being black, the name Blackjack was coined.
The rules of blackjack are very simple to learn. The object of the game is to beat the dealer’s hand without going over a count of 21. The dealer gives each player 2 cards, facing up, and takes 2 for himself, leaving only one card facing up. Based on the player's cards and the dealer's face up card, a player must decide to hit, stand, double down, split pairs, take insurance or surrender.
It is actually very easy for anyone to win and profit big-time at blackjack. It is a very winnable gambling game because with the right strategy and skill you can actually lower the house edge, which is the advantage a casino has over its players.
This book will reveal to you all the rules of blackjack plus insider tips and beginner strategies and advance strategies for experts to give you a winning edge! You will learn:
· When to split
· When to double down
· When to surrender
· When to take insurance
· Which cards matter?
· Adjusting your bets
· Adjusting your play
· A simple card counting system
· A more complex betting adjustment scheme
The rush of winning a game of blackjack is like no other! Have great fun but, remember, don’t risk your bankroll!