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What Is Card Counting?

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Card counters use a basic strategy to help them improve their odds. Cards worth ten in blackjack (like Tens, Jacks, Queens, and Kings) and Aces (which can be worth 1 or 11) count as -1. Sixes down to twos count as +1. Sevens through to nines count as 0. Tens and aces are good cards for the player because they can be used to give a score of 20 or 21 that is obviously desirable. A deck with a high count has used a lot of low cards (sixes through to twos), which means there is a lot of tens, aces and sevens, eights and nines left in the deck. These cards will give the player a good hand - because in combination they will lead to a high score. But a deck with a large minus count (that has lots of low cards left) will give a poor hand.

Theoretically, card counters have a small advantage over the dealer - between .5 and 1.5 percent. All card-counting strategies out there work by keeping track of the statistical relationship between big cards and small cards. When the cards remaining in the deck favor the player, you bet more money. When the cards look good for the dealer you bet less.

But it gets more complicated when you add the human element. Some people can't keep up with the count - you have to be quick and on your toes, the count almost needs to be spontaneous. You shouldn't have to think about it. If you have to stop and think, you're going to get caught.

Then there is the dealer, casino security, the big bosses, who can take measures to stop card counters. These measure range from simple things in the way they deal to kicking the player out of the casino. Most dealers will increase the number of decks they are dealing from. In fact, a casino that offers single deck blackjack is hard to find these days. You'll often find casinos using two, six and eight decks to deal for blackjack. Some dealers will shuffle half way through the deck, or bury more cards in the deal. Remember, these guys deal for a living and have seen far more games of blackjack then most would-be card counters. They can pick a counter from a mile away.

Most card counters have a false sense of security about their skills. They think they have the goods to fool the dealer and walk away with a massive amount of cash. The problem is that every counter thinks they're the best in the game - unbeatable, unbreakable and infallible. But it's rarely the case. In fact, there is only a very small group of people who can beat the house at it's own game. They would make up less than 5 percent of everyone who tries to count cards, making them an extreme minority. For the rest who give counting a try, ego is very much their downfall.

What happens when you get caught?
The penalties for getting caught cheating in a casino vary from state to state and country to country. Some of the penalties include being charged with conspiracy to cheat, a felony, and cheating at play. In some states you'll be barred from the casino. It's worth doing some research to find out what the worse case scenario would be, before you head to the casino and start testing your skills.



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