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Card counting guarantees that you will win. This myth is false. First of all, you must play perfectly according to the basic strategy to maximize your odds. Even with.


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#4 Always Take Insurance.


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Blackjack Myths Exposed - Chapter 8. Which of the following statements about blackjack is true? Other player's strategy mistakes will cause you to lose.


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These lies cover everything from basic strategy to card counting. 1 – Blackjack Has the Lowest House Edge. Blackjack has developed a.


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#2 Bad Players At The Table Can Decrease Your Advantage.


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#6 Never Hit A 12 Against A Dealer's 2 Upcard Or You Will Draw A 10 and Bust.


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#6 Never Hit A 12 Against A Dealer's 2 Upcard Or You Will Draw A 10 and Bust.


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Blackjack Myths Exposed - Chapter 8. Which of the following statements about blackjack is true? Other player's strategy mistakes will cause you to lose.


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Interested Player : You sit down and get a good game going, and then some idiot sits down at third base and starts messing up the cards. But what if I have an 11 showing? It must be his fault, right? But of course, if Johnny sits down and you start losing, you know who will get the blame. Well, you make one valid point amidst a lot of misunderstanding. This is probably the most common thing that drives uninformed players crazy. No, you might win, you might lose, and you might push. I am always amused that most of the players who cling to this idea actually have no idea what the correct basic strategy is, but they are quite sure that the new guy at the table is playing badly and costing everyone. If everyone played well, the game would make such small profits that the floor space would be converted to something else. A person losing bucks in that one mistake hand does affect their game. It all evens out in the long run. The next card and the one you actually choose have been in that same position in the shoe since the shuffle. If this does not make sense to you, I suggest taking a course in probability and statistics so that you might gain a better understanding of how games of random chance work. You stand on your hard 12, and now the play is up to Johnny. But I will give you my two cents worth of opinion.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Interested Player : You know what really drives me crazy about blackjack? Try this thought experiment. It goes both ways, if you are pre-disposed conditioned? He is the worst player ever. It works exactly the same way no matter how many cards are in the deck, and how complicated the math would be to verify it. Well, the other half the time, Johnny will bust by drawing a six instead, leaving one six and two tens in the shoe. Because in a neutral deck there are more cards that would bust a 16 then cards that would make a So, it is more likely that the next card, regardless of where you grab it from the deck, is a bust card. Johnny sure worked you over, right? Should you take that option? He would take all the tens in front of you. This is not some evil coincidence. I have seen it again and again ….. Because of this, third base has a higher likelihood of taking a card that would have busted the dealer. There are actually a whole group of possible complaints about Johnny Clueless. Instead of the dealer giving him the next card from the deck, the dealer offers you the option to select any remaining card in the deck to give to Johnny instead. The net result is also ZERO effect. Sometimes his awful plays will cost the whole table, but other times his wacky plays will save the table. Well, no. Ryan I love to hear from Ken about your question. There is no magic about a particular number of spots in play causing a winning streak, or ending one. Obviously I am wasting my time responding to you. How did he ever make any money?! You are correct that a counter who spreads to multiple hands in good counts will hurt the other players at the table. You cannot have it both ways of bad play helps you loose then good play will help you win and that is just not true. But seriously, this is total bull. What this all boils down to is if you want to live by hindsight, would offs and could ofs, your going to have a very miserable life. Bad players are actually amusing to watch so long as they behave well. You know the one. So when you make your list of all the possibilities, you can remove all the two bust card next and two non bust card next possibilities. If there are 7 cards that cause the dealer to bust, and only 6 cards where the dealer will not bust 5 definitely no bust, and the ace could lead to a bust or not, depending on the next card dealt then the odds are his hitting on 16 against 15 is going to hurt you slightly more than it will help you. Now we know that Johnny is going to bust with either a six or a ten. The effect of the two outcomes completely offset each other, and the net result is zero change in the percentage chance that the dealer busts. Funny thing is most blackjack dealers are firm believers in the whole taking the bust card mentality. As penance for all those times, let me make a concerted effort to explain why this is a myth. You ask if you are missing something here. In fact, I love to see bad players. I do have a question though, what if your example was on the first hand dealt from a 4 deck shoe? For a list of all contributors to Blackjackinfo. Even after multiple decades of working in the industry they swear by it and cite their extensive experience as proof. Thanks for putting it in writing finally, I can just point people to this article from now on and save my breath. If you have won the last ten hands in a row, you would be accurate in saying that the table has been hot, but that tells you absolutely nothing about the next ten hands to come. So all the bs that is said to only affect one hand is wrong. Creator of Blackjackinfo. What you all are missing is that if the bad play caused you to that specific hand if you where to follow the cards on subsequent hands , any hand you win on you have to say you won because of what Johnny did. For your amusement, go to a high stake table once and be amazed how many keep splitting tens etc. Johnny Clueless says to hit. Johnny is at third base. It just cost him bucks of bankroll. Same math. Discover more about Ken's background and how he got started here. And when the player takes a non-bust card, the odds of the dealer getting a bust card go up. His blackjack resume includes winning numerous tournament winnings, making several TV appearances and authoring multiple books on blackjack tournament strategy. Yes, if you he takes away a card that would hurt the dealer, the table suffers. But when he instead takes away a card that helps the dealer, the positive effect exactly offsets the negative possibility. I removed your latest post because it was a lengthy restatement of your original erroneous ideas. Bad play can make you loose that hand sure , but on the next hand you win you have to say it was a result of the bad play. Believe whatever you like. The worst players are the ones who throw the cards down, curse or overact when they lose, and drunks. Now, if you already knew this to be true, you probably know what happens next in the conversation. If the player takes that card then the odds of the dealer getting a bust card go down. They are the reason that blackjack is still a viable game for skilled players. The better way to explain it is this. What do you do about that? But, I digress…. The early spots are no more likely to get the excess tens than the later spots. But what has he just done to you? Yes, keep thinking. Cause and effect is a tricky thing, especially in games where randomness is a factor. You will also frequently hit and not bust, but still lose to a better dealer hand. So relax! He will either take a hit or stand. This is true, simply because he is using up more of the available hands before the shuffle and those hands are advantageous because of the count. The option is for him not to take a card at all. Not at all. In the long run, it all just evens out. As you said, bad players are the only reason the casinos can offer the game, though I wonder how many bad players are at the ultra high stakes tables and how the house supports that. I was playing and did something against the rules. I recommend that you take your questions to the forums if you want a better chance of getting a response. It all evens out in the end. Was wondering if you could be of assistance :? Indeed, in your example with 7 cards that will make the dealer bust and 6 cards that will make the dealer not bust, he is more likely to hurt your chances. More importantly, before we see the card, it is correct to say that there is absolutely no effect on your result. God I wish I had a Dime for every time I tried explaining this to some superstitious player.