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Complicated Situations in Blackjack at Online Casino

In this article, we’ll tell you show to play some difficult hands in blackjack.

Equal money

Are you sure that a bird in the hand is better that two in the bush? If you always agree to 1:1 payout when you have a blackjack and the dealer has Ace up, this will increase the house edge by 4% in the long run.

Sixteen against Seven

Many beginning players take on 16 when the dealer has ten, but stop when the dealer has seven. In fact, this is a more serious mistake. Whether the dealer has 7 or 10, probability of surplus on sixteen is the same, while your chance to win are higher when the dealer has 7. Let’s consider this situation from a mathematical point of view. Take on 16 against 10 reduces chances of losing from 77% to 76%. If you take on 16 against 7, your chances to lose reduce from 74% to 70%. So if you have 16 and the dealer has 7, you must take.

Complicated Situations in Blackjack at Online Casino

Two Eights against Ten

Due to the risk of doubling their losses, many novice players are afraid to split Eights between two boxes against the dealer’s Ten. This must be done, though. By splitting eights, you increase your chances of winning.

Eleven against Ten

Every novice player knows that the basic blackjack strategy tells to double on Eleven. However, players find it hard, if the dealer has Ten up. The dealer’s chances to get twenty are less than your chances to gather 20 or 21. By always taking in a similar situation, you will win in 56% of cases in the long run. If you double, the chances of winning will fall down to 54% (but with double bet).

Twelve against Two

Your Twelve against the dealer’s Two up is a rather unpleasant situation that invariably confuses novice players. If you take, you may get a surplus. If you stand, the dealer may beat you by collecting 17 or more. Our tip is to always take on Twelve against Two. Firstly, you are more likely not to get a surplus than to get one. Secondly, the dealer with Two up is not as vulnerable as it may seem.

“Soft” Eighteen against Nine

If you think it’s time to stand, you’re wrong. If you always stand on Ace and Eight against the dealer’s Nine, you will win in about 40% of cases. If you take until you have “soft” nineteen or “hard” seventeen, you increase your chances up to 45%.


We hope that now you understand why you should act in a certain way in certain situations. If fact, all decisions are based on mathematical calculations. If some decision increases your chances to win, you must take it, even if this step seems unbeneficial to you.