2 edition of Black Jack house found in the catalog.
Black Jack house
L. Allen Harker
|Statement||by L. Allen Harker.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.H2255 Bl, PR6015.A624 Bl|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||29023251|
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This is the casino's solitary advantage in blackjack and if everything were equal, the house edge in blackjack would be about 8 percent. The distinction is important, because a winning blackjack pays the player at 3 to 2.
A bet of $10 wins $15 if the player draws a blackjack. A player blackjack beats any dealer total other than blackjack, including a dealer's three or more card If both a player and the dealer have blackjack, the hand is a tie or push.
The house edge in blackjack is around % if you use basic strategy. Of course, that % can go up or down based on your skill level. Most players are bad enough at blackjack basic strategy to give up another % or so to the house, making the house edge for the casino 2%.
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