Blackjack chart question

Komodo

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Are there any forum here I can ask BJ questions?

Im currently playing a crypto bonus, progressive BJ and I use this chart:

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Is this the rigth one to use?

Seems to differ a little from the standard chart here:
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happygobrokey

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aka knows what's up. each software will have slightly different rules. he's providing the best strat for each casino he carries. using a universal card is only going to hurt you for a couple tenths of a percent at most, and the ones provided for a certain bonus on his site are likely to be correct for the game that that software deals. who says you gotta follow them anyway? one or the other or both will be good enough to ensure you do as good as you can, and if in doubt, compare both and do the "safer" play in your opinion. also try wizardofodds if you need a second opinion. :thumbsup:
 

chuchu59

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Question for Aka. What do you think of the BJ at the Prima Poker sites? I know it should be the same as a flash casino but when I play with funds I have in my poker account, I encounter endless losing sessions at BJ either at Vegas Strip or Atlantic. In the past 2 months, I have lost at the following Poker rooms ie Gutshot, Dream Poker, 32 RED, Betdirect, Purple Lounge, Battlefield, Ladbrokes. All are reputable poker sites but the BJ leaves a lot to be desired.
 

aka23

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I believe the two linked charts are equivalent. They both use the following rules -- 4 to 8 decks, dealer stands on soft 17, double on any 2 cards, dealer peeks for blackjack, double after split. The blackjack.htm chart may look different because of the "H/R" symbols, indicating to surrender if possible, otherwise hit. The Cryptologic chart marks these spots as "H" since surrender is not possible under Cryptologic rules. Other charts for specific games may differ, depending on the particular rule set. For example, the chart for single-deck Crypto BJ contains several differences the Crypto standard/progressive chart.

Regarding Prima Poker, I haven't played BJ at a lot of Prima Poker sites. I have played twice at Dream Poker. The first time I did significantly worse than expectations. The 2nd time I did significantly better than expectations. Data from referred players shows a normal net gain/loss at Dream Poker. You can check if your results fell within the range of normal variance using the return and variance calc on my site.
 

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