Blackjack dealer stand on 16
When to Hit and When to Stand in Blackjack. You will still need to risk busting and you should hit 9 or less, hit , and stand at 17+. Dealer's Card is a 4, 5. Blackjack Rules. Hit or Stand gameplay is based on Atlantic City and Las Vegas multiple deck casinos rules. Blackjack rules vary from casino to casino, which makes learning blackjack strategy more complicated. Jan 27, · Playing Better Blackjack - top 10 misplayed hands So never stand on 16 against a dealer’s 7. Playing Better Blackjack - top 10 misplayed hands.
The Worst Hand in Blackjack
Taxes, fees not included for deals content. August 12th, at 5: Yes, if you aren't counting at all, you would need to assume the count is zero. It is mostly played in private circles and barracks. You do this when the card in hand has a high probability of winning or simply because there is a high probability of a bust if you will ask for another card. A card counter uses this count to make betting and playing decisions according to a table which they have learned.
"Dealer must draw to 16"
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.
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No other hand makes blackjack players feel queasy than the dreaded Players hate to hit the hand because they are afraid to bust. So many chicken out and stand no matter what the dealer shows. Then there is the 16 made up with an Ace counted as 11 i.
Some examples of a hard 16 would be or or Ace. The correct basic playing strategy for hard 16 is to stand when the dealer shows a small card 2 through 6 and hit when the dealer shows a high card 7, 8, 9, 10, or Ace. Following this playing strategy will not guarantee that you will win every time but that you are more likely to lose less in the long run..
So the bottom line with a hard 16 is this. Even by following the basic strategy you will lose more hands than you win but in the long run you will loss less than following a seat-of-the-pants strategy. Losing less on hands where you are the underdog is just as important as winning more when you are the favorite. What if your 16 consists of three or more cards like ?
Normally the basic strategy ignores the composition of the hand. However, if you have a hard 16 hand consisting of three or more cards, then you should stand when the dealer has a 10 showing. The reason is that you have consumed a few of the small cards that you need if you were to draw.
This tips the odds in favor of standing. Some casinos allow players to surrender. This means you give up the opportunity to play out your hand and automatically lose half your bet. So they rarely surrender. Take the hand of hard 16 against a If we hit our chance of winning is If you happen to be dealt a soft 16 like Ace-5 , you should never surrender and you should never stand.
In my opinion, the aggregate should be high enough so that a max win at the max bet will be paid in full. Such aggregates should be there to protect the casino only in the event of multiple big winners in the same hand. Aug 29, Threads: July 15th, at 1: Both games used to have this limit prominently posted on the gaming layout. They had a recent layout change. The DTG forgot to include that information on the new layouts. Neither game lists a payout maximum anymore, though the limits are in the internal controls.
Getting a payout well over that amount is easily possible. I would surely be pissed if this happened to me. Could an appeal to State Gaming get you anywhere? I asked my DTG, and his answer was, no joke, "just don't deal one of those and we'll be fine!
Feb 5, Threads: July 15th, at 4: It would certainly make for bad press even if you didnt have to pay!!! Vote for Nobody ! July 15th, at 6: Feb 26, Threads: July 16th, at I know this for a fact.
The state laws in WA say that if you are to have an aggregate payout on a particular table game, it must be posted on the table. Just having it in your internal controls is not adequate and they are not only setting themselves up for a fine from the gaming commission, they are wide open for a lawsuit that they will lose.
It doesn't have to be printed on the actual layout felt. It can be on a sign posted on the table somewhere, but it must be there. Your DTG is mis-informed or does not know his job.