Blackjack card counting is an advanced technique for winning at blackjack. A player must first learn basic blackjack strategies before learning “counting”. By learning to count technique, you have the odds with you. The basic concept of blackjack counting is that a full deck of 10’s and aces will be in your favor. While the dealer’s deck is full of smaller cards, it is to the dealer’s advantage. In short, when the gum is in your favor, bet the maximum, when it is with the least effort of the dealer. This is because a rubber filled with 10 increases the chance of the dealer breaking. On the other hand, you can simply choose to get up. Conversely, a gum filled with smaller cards gives dealers a chance to bust less.

The dealer should therefore always hit until he has a soft 17. It is a bad idea to hit with a hand of 10 and 6 and know that the gum is full of 10. If the deck is full of aces, there is a ‘ high probability that you will get a blackjack. When the player has a blackjack, the payout odds are 3: 2. The dealer wins on the other side only if he also gets a blackjack. Therefore, a deck full of aces is always in the player’s favor. Blackjack counting is not achieved by remembering every card that came out of a 6-deck shoe with cards. If you are capable of it, I would be amazed: you should be in the world record book or maybe even in the crazy bin. The number of blackjack cards is performed by assigning the different numbers of cards with different point values. Always remember to choose a system that is easy to remember.

As mentioned above, you assign a point value for each card and you will need to add the value of the cards that have come out. This is called the current number. Based on the plus / minus strategy, here are the assigned values.

2, 3,4,5,6 = +1;

7, 8, 9 = 0;

10, J, Q, K, ace = -1

To illustrate this more clearly:

The first card dealt is an ace, so let’s start with -1. So 6 is the next card to deal, so we add 1. This returns the straight to zero. Then 3 and 4 will follow, so the race count is now 2. Once you have found the race count, you can try to calculate the correct number. Take the current number you have and divide it by the number of tires left in the shoe. The right counts indicate the appropriate bet size and from here you can base your strategy. Good luck!