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Tactics, Card Counting and Internet Chemin de Fer

February 10th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

General Strategies

There are a couple of strategy charts which will help you go from novice to veteran but the following recommendations will provide you a good idea on what you can do and what you can not to do: If your hand is the same as 17 or higher, but you’ve not exceeded 21 – Stand. If you have been given a hand with two Aces or two eights split! If you’ve been handed a hand with 2 10s or 2 faces do not split.

Card Counting

Counting cards is one of the most well-known black jack strategies; it’s the ability of gamblers to mentally tally; put the cards played to memory and to figure out how many high cards are left in the deck. This scheme has been banned by most casinos but isn’t really against the law as long as the individual isn’t employing a automated appliance to do so. Card counting isn’t possible when betting on black jack online as the deck is normally automatically shuffled after each hand.

Gambling on Twenty-one Online

There are several web twenty-one sites that offer various varieties of the game. Whether you wish to compete in classic, advanced or large limit chemin de fer or if you wish to compete in in a net chemin de fer tournament you will discover a web casino offering you precisely what you are wanting.

The only thing better than hearing the dealer shout twenty-one when looking at your cards and seeing an Ace and a Ten not only is the payout better the satisfaction is so much greater.

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