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satchboogie
I just got 100% and I have been in the casinos gambling. I'm trying to figure out what strategy to use at the Blackjack tables. Does anyone know how many decks of cards the game uses for the Blackjack tables? 4 decks is usually what most casinos use, but the game could use 1 - 8. Strategy differs depending on how many decks are in play. Does anyone know?
Weasel
As far as I know the standard is Eight Decks in the shoe.
Death To The Prom King Of The Century
All I know is how is play blackjack on the pokies in real life I rule at it
Ex-PS Fanboy
it could depend on the gambling skill level you have?
Ex-PS Fanboy
theres at least 2 decks cuz i was playing and me and the dealer both got the 10 of diamonds
johnsy14
If you play long enough you will notice that the same hands repeat every so often. eg you have a pair of 6's against a 5. You then just memorise how you can win the hand or make more money by doubling etc. Some hands obviously can't be won but that's blackjack - you should make a fortune on it.

I think generally you keep buying cards till you're 17 or more, just like in real life. Except maybe when they have 5 or 6 or where as above you remember getting exactly the same hand before and then do what you have to to win.
neko_ceko
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QUOTE(neko_ceko @ Mar 16 2008, 08:44 AM) [snapback]1399531[/snapback]
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You dont bump topics you willl get warned about it.....

only post useful things......

ON topic - as mentoined above yes the hands repeat after a while
FuddMan
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QUOTE(neko_ceko @ Mar 16 2008, 08:44 AM) [snapback]1399531[/snapback]
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You dont bump topics you willl get warned about it.....

only post useful things......

ON topic - as mentoined above yes the hands repeat after a while

Why don't you follow your own advice then? Repeating what someone has already said before you is just as, if not more pointless than bumping the thread.
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