Blackjack dealer must stand on all 17s
Fortunately in all of the Gulf Coast casinos, the rules specify that the dealer's must stand on soft In the Tunica based casinos, currently all the casinos hit soft 17 except the Isle of Capri and the Grand (the Grand has a mix of hit and stand soft 17). In most casinos, blackjack dealers must stand on soft 17s -- combinations like ace-six or four-ace-two. In some establishments dealers must hit these totals. Blackjack pays 3 to 2, dealer must stand on all 17s and higher (including soft hands). After 30 hands in Season 1, the player with the most chips wins. After 25 hands in Season , the player with the most chips wins.
What is the affect on house edge of the "stand on all 17s" rule?
In blackjack if you are dealt 5 cards under 21 do you automatically win the hand? As an example, Atlantic City S17 tables have house edges from. The basic premise of the game is that you want to have a hand value that is closer to 21 than that of the dealer, without going over Some casinos will allow you to resplit if you draw another Ace, and some will not. Hand-held games are slightly different. Except in single deck. The happiness of credulity is a cheap and dangerous quality.
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I have noticed that a few casinos offer BJ tables where the dealer "stands on all 17's. I have been told that it decreases the house's edge, but by how much? In Vegas I have seen the following variations: Stand on soft 17 means the same as stand on all 17's since everyone stands on hard The alternate unfavorable rule is hit on soft And it is usually stated that the casino "must" hit soft 17 so as to sound like a penalty action - which it is, but the penalty is to you. The term should be "gets" to hit on soft I'm a newbie at BJ.
However I've been practicing rigorously BS and counting. Soon I will give it a try at a real casino. My bankroll is 5, Can H17 be consistently beaten? Your input would be appreciated.
What is the affect on house edge of the "stand on all 17s" rule? Jun 28, Threads: September 1st, at 2: Nov 11, Threads: By standing on all Soft 17's S17 - it decreases the house edge by. As an example, Atlantic City S17 tables have house edges from. Occassionally At the Borgata, and locals casinos in Vegas you can find lower limit S17 games. Thank you for the reply. I am actually trying to figure out the difference between "stand on soft 17" and "stand on ALL 17s.
Apr 29, Threads: September 1st, at 3: Thanks for the help. I find it weird and confusing that casinos use several different descriptions on their tables to describe the same rule stand on soft September 1st, at 4: Oct 9, Threads: October 11th, at 7: Aug 8, Threads: October 11th, at 9: The fact that a believer is happier than a skeptic is no more to the point than the fact that a drunken man is happier than a sober one. The happiness of credulity is a cheap and dangerous quality.
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Discussion in ' General ' started by KenSmith , Mar 29, Log in or Sign up. Blackjack and Card Counting Forums. An email I got today made me realize that this phrase emblazoned on every blackjack table is a little ambiguous. Assuming it's a S17 house, the table generally says "Dealer must draw to 16 and stand on Of course, with the rest of the phrase tacked on the end, it's not much of a problem.
However, as my email from earlier today indicates, it can be confusing for someone new to the game. I wonder how a dealer would respond if after he drew a 5 on his 16, you called the floor over and started in on him: KenSmith , Mar 29, I can't wait to find a table labeled like that! Taken literally though, "Draw to 16" would mean to me that he had to hit sixteen draw to a sixteen. Everything else he'd have to stand on! If the table were labeled that way and he tried to hit a Soft 17, I'd probalby go a little balistic: Mikeaber , Mar 29, I am new to the game and trying to understand the outcomes from basic strategy as I play.
One table rule I can't seem to quite figure the outcome, is the soft seventeen rule. I believe that the dealer standing on a soft seventeen is better for the b. I have a few ideas about how the hand would play out. If the dealer stands on a soft seventeen, I have been playing against the dealer's up card of an 6 or ace and if I have a 17 we push.
If I had an 18 or better I would win the hand. Sounds good to me. If I have a seventeen and the dealer has to hit his soft seventeen and he draws a 10 he has a hard seventeen. I am standing on a hard 17 or better we push or better yet I win the hand. Similar outcome, good for me.
If he has a soft 17 and draws something other than a ten, doesn't he also have a good chance of busting trying to make a hard 17 out of his soft seventeen?
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