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Playing blackjack 6:5 rounds

 Blackjack is that special game of counting to 21 and attempting to beat all odds and house edges so that you can walk away from the casino table with grand winnings totalling up to thousands perhaps even more. Blackjack although has so much more to the game with all its twists and turns there are strategies galore that can make the gaming experience fun, exciting and have you on the edge of your seat. And in order to make it all the more interesting there is yet something more blackjack beginners should know about: it is the single deck in the 6:5 blackjack.

But in case you didn’t know the thrill of the game come when you add multiple decks of cards in order to increase the house edge in the game of blackjack. While people may tell you the best odds are playing with simply and only one deck, it is not entirely true. This is probably a key reason why most casinos have opened up a number of single-deck games lately. But in playing single deck cards there is not much you can do with them and are probably the worst odds at having any chance at winning multiple blackjack rounds.

It is important to know that there is more than one difference between multiple deck cards as opposed to single deck cards in blackjack. What casinos won’t tell you is that there is also a slight change of rules when playing various forms of the game. If you haven’t noticed be on the look out for this since in Natural Blackjack the payout has been reduced from 3:2 to 6:5 and that’s why it is called a 6:5 blackjack. When this happens it affects you overall chances of winning.

In the game of Blackjack, the house edge comes from the fact that the player will bust first, and lose the bet even if the house busts as well. In order to take care of this problem various perks are offered so that the player has the option and ability to either split or double down. This then reduces the payout for a natural blackjack and allows for the casino dealers to have a much larger advantage.

As a point of fact the truth of the matter is that a player will more than likely lose between 1 percent and 1.5 percent more in a single deck game than any other game of blackjack.

In promoting this high flying game in blackjack, casinos are taking advantage of the fact that a large number of players have heard that single-deck games offer them a slight advantage. The only problem is that very few will actually realize what they are giving up by accepting smaller payouts for Natural Blackjack.

So if you have a friend or a relative who is planning to play Blackjack at a casino, make sure you tell them to stay away from the 6:5 tables. It will be the best advice they’ve ever received about gambling.

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