SWdPf21v5Ak Learn how to play blackjack with this in-depth analysis. The full video covers the basics, what to do and what not to do, how to start the game, staying, hitting, double down, splitting, surrender, table etiquette, how to use the blackjack strategy card, the dealer’s turn and beyond, what happens when the player gets […]




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  • Diego Saavedra 3 years ago

    Fuck you Asshole!!!!!!! Your Mother its a bitch!!!! And you are a Shit!!!! Your mother suck my dick!!

  • Joie Amper 3 years ago

    really helpful vedeo thanks alot im turning 21 next year and going to vegas

  • streaky08 3 years ago

    "The only people who double-down on 12 or higher are wasted or cheating" – that's hilarious; and totally untrue. I'd be surprised to learn a casino considers that foul due to the odds of getting that wrong forming part of the house edge.

  • I'm a Kitten and I pissed on you 3 years ago

    It's not cheating it's card counting. And i don't gamble, I use statistics to get a good result.

  • Ink Pen 3 years ago

    So, what happens if I find a chip on the floor? Can I cash it in?

  • General Anxiety 3 years ago

    The addition or subtraction of a player at ANY point in the game does not have a statistical impact in any way to any other player's outcome. Myth Busted.

  • denji94 3 years ago

    2:18 That hand jolt though

  • daniel costello 3 years ago

    Thanks. I work part time as a dealer for a casino party company and had to bone up on Black jack. This was great.

  • royermont92 3 years ago

    Youre going wayyyy to fast

  • Jim ACEP 3 years ago

    Great video. I should have watched this video before playing Blackjack in Las Vegas the first time. First time I went to Las Vegas and played Blackjack, I was warned by both the dealer and the pitboss when I didn't know that I wasn't allowed to touch the cards and I didn't know the signal to split so I tried to separate my 2 cards. The dealer warned me and then the pit boss asked the dealer what happened and she told him that I touched the card.

    Whenever I decide to play Blackjack now, I only play Blackjack on the "dealerless" (video) machines in Las Vegas even though the pay rate for a Blackjack isn't as good as on a dealer table. The reason I do this is that I find that the dealers are trying to or they are forced to deal the cards as fast as possible so they grab your bet before you've even had a chance to total the dealer's hand… and asking them to slow down makes them or the pitboss think that you are counting cards when you are just trying to total the dealer's card before he/she takes your bet.

  • George Torres 3 years ago

    So I cant double down on 12 if I'm sober? Lol

  • Marc Saint Clair 3 years ago

    Thank you for this! My friends and started playing cards last night and I vaguely remembered the rules of blackjack, but I needed a crash course 'cause I couldn't remember how dealing worked. I went through four different videos before finding this one, which answered all of my questions!

  • Kreutz 3 years ago

    How long may I take for each decision with the cards? I'm going to play Blackjack tonight and I'm nervous.

  • off7hewall 3 years ago

    Very helpful. I chuckled at the remark of doubling down on a hard 12.

  • Zzzzzz... 3 years ago

    What is the most you have ever found someone drop under the table?

  • Agent Squish 3 years ago

    thank u

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  • Kevin Bacon 3 years ago

    So the double down on 12 or higher? Say I'm "counting cards" that are already on display, Is that okay? for instance I see the last 3 cards are face and expect a low/mid to come and double down on it; is this cheating??

  • Agent Orange 3 years ago

    Good tutorial however you're speaking way too quickly!