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Online Blackjack Tips

Understanding how the game blackjack works is excellent but there are some tips that can really help you get better at the game. Our team of professional blackjack players has compiled a list of blackjack tips that can help you become the agile blackjack player you always wanted to become! Play blackjack online completely free of charge while learning to play. Each online casino offers players the option to play in 'practice mode'. Use this feature to practice without risking losing your valuable money! Play online blackjack with the blackjack strategy chart you see in front of you. Always rely on the strategy chart and make the moves that you are recommended to do. Decide in advance how much you want to spend on your blackjack session. Stick to your budget and don't be tempted to spend too much.

Play at tables where the minimum bet is no more than 5% of the value of your budget. 'Hit' a hand with a value of less than 17 when the dealer shows 8, 9, 10, King, Jack or Lady, and 'stand' on a hand with a value of more than 11 when the dealer's upside card shows 4, 5 or 6 because the dealer must 'draw' and, purely statistically, he will be 'bust' in more than 40% of cases. Never take insurance because insurance against the dealer hitting blackjack is considered a "sucker's bet". Insurance should only be taken by professional card counters. This is because card counters have a better chance of guessing which card is drawn next.

'Doubling Down' is one of the most powerful moves you can make. In general, it is recommended to double down with one hand with a value of 10 against the dealer's hand with a value of 9 or less. You should also 'double' with a hand with a value of 11. In some variants of blackjack, 'double' 9s are not allowed, and many prohibit players from 'double down' on soft hands, but when allowed, you should it against the dealer's hand where he has 4, 5 or 6. If you are dealt two cards of the same value, you can split them into two new blackjack hands by matching your original bet for the new split hand. Do not share 10s or 5s. Always divide 7s and 8s when the dealer shows a hand of equal value or less. Divide 2nds and 3rds against the dealer's 4, 5 or 6 and always split aces.