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FREE BLACKJACK STRATEGY CARDS & BLACKJACK ODDS by casino software

Congratulations, you have taken the first step to learning How to Use Perfect Strategy and Beat the House More Often. The house edge will be lowered dramatically and you will win more hands more often. Simply choose the software of your choice and pick the strategy card from the list below.

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We have divided the strategy cards into different sections. We have over 10 strategy cards to choose from. Each are divided by software type including Microgaming, Playtech, Boss, Real Time Gaming, Wagerlogic, Proprietary, and Cryptologic. Please note that strategy cards are different for each software based on number of decks and certain blackjack rules for each casino such as surrenders allowed, doubling down allowed on any hand or just 9, 10, or 11, split once, aces split with one card each, and other rules. Have the best player advantage possible, use perfect strategy, play smart, and win more often! Keep Reading!

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How to use the strategy cards

To use the basic blackjack strategy look up your hand along the left vertical edge and the dealer's up card along the top. In both cases an A stands for ace. From top to bottom are the hard totals, soft totals, and splittable hands. The splittable hands have been divided into two groups depending on whether or not doubling after splitting is allowed. In multiple deck games doubling after a split is usually allowed and that rule can go either way in single deck. In the body of the chart are color coded cells that indicate the best play:

H=hit, S=stand, D=double, P=split, H/P=split if allowed to double after a split, otherwise hit, H/R=surrender if allowed, otherwise hit.

Some other situations have been left out to keep the chart as small as possible they are:

  • Always hit a hard 7 or less in single deck.
  • Always hit a hard 8 or less in multiple deck.
  • Always stand on a hard 17 or more.
  • Always stand on a soft 20 or more in single deck.
  • Always stand on a soft 19 or more in multiple deck.
  • If you have a soft total that normally calls for doubling, but the rules do not permit you to do so, then hit on soft 17 or less and stand on soft 18 or more