Card Counting A lot of people getting started in blackjack think to themselves “I wish I could count cards”, or “Card Counters must be geniuses!”. Well If you don’t already know better I’m going to let you in on a little secret about card counting and blackjack. A 5 year old can be taught how to count cards! It is what it is, simple counting. There are no complicated formulas. You don’t have to remember the cards that have been dealt. If you can add and subtract you can make a great living at the blackjack tables! It does however take a bit of practice to be able to do it at game speed. How Card Counting Works:Cards with a face value of 7,8, or 9 count as zero or not at all. Every card between 2 and 6 count as plus 1. all cards 10 through Ace count as minus one. So if the count is high this means that the remainder of the multiple decks are currently stacked with high face value cards. Anybody can see how this would give advantage to the card counter. How To Apply This Skill:You want to bet only the table minimum each hand until the count starts to lean in your favor. By in your favor I mean at least plus 5.
If you choose to be more conservative you may want to wait until the count is plus 10 or better before you start betting aggressively. I typically increase my bets 5 times to every 5 points that the count goes up. Once the count gets over plus 10 I bet as much as the casino allows for the table I choose to play until the count goes below plus 10 again. When the Togel Online count is over plus 10 I really like to take advantage of my double down opportunities and splitting profitable pairs as well. A Word Of Caution:,Even though there is no law against card counting it is certainly not considered acceptable by any casinos! They are greedy organizations.
They want the odds greatly in their favor at every game or else they won’t offer them. They can and will kick you out (sometimes permanently) if they suspect you of counting cards. So just be reasonable with your winnings. Lose a few hands here and there on purpose. As a rule I generally don’t take more than $3,000 in a single night off of any casino except in Vegas or Atlantic city since they expect the high stakes. I haven’t had any problems with security or suspicion yet. I also wear sunglasses most of the time so they can’t see me scanning the table to get a full count.