Exceptions to single-deck S17 basic strategy 3b: Fine points of when to surrender 7: Probabilities of dealer blackjack after peek 2b: Probabilities in the first four cards In both cases an A stands for ace. Don't show this again.
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Total dependent expected return table for an infinite deck 2a: Probabilities of dealer blackjack after peek 2b: Probabilities of dealer blackjack before peek 3a: Exceptions to single-deck S17 basic strategy 3b: Exceptions to double-deck S17 basic strategy 3c: Exceptions to single-deck H17 basic strategy 4: Blackjack standard deviation details 5: Infinite deck expected return by player hand and dealer upcard 6: Fine points of when to surrender 7: Effect of card removal 8: Analysis of blackjack side bets 9: If you can find a copy of Arnold Synder's beat the eight deck game it is suppose to be a good read on it.
Most people will tell you an 8d with good rules is better than a 6d with poor rules or penetration. I play the game with a spread and have good results. Thanks for the bust! Ferretnparrot , Aug 20, Any blackjack game can be beaten with infinite patience, infinite spread, infinite bankroll, and a willingness to accept low win rates - even CSM's. Now, once you start taking criteria away - finite bankrolls, table maximums, no immortality, and a desire to win at least minimum wage - then there are some games that are unbeatable given those restrictions.
I think 8D shoe games with NMSE and average penetration are questionable, and I have no specific advice, but I just wanted to point out that "beatable" is not a Boolean variable.
I'm willing to count cards for a few bucks an hour because it's fun and I play pretty low stakes because of small bankroll, but the games I play would be considered "unbeatable" by pros who really need better games. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Share This Page Tweet. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?