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free4all

Banned User
I bet all my bankroll on 1 BJ hand, Dealer had a 10 and I had 16. I hit and got a 4, I stand and dealer draw a 8, leaving me the winner.

now 16 againt a 10 is like the most crappiest situation you can get in blackjack,
so I wondered, mathematicly, what is the worst situation in BJ where you have the lowest odds to win, if we assume dealer doenst have BJ
 

esquirexx

Banned User
I prefer to play double exposure blackjack,so I see dealer both cards,so it is easer to decide what to do.


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gfkostas

Ex-Bonus Whore
esquirexx said:
I prefer to play double exposure blackjack,so I see dealer both cards,so it is easer to decide what to do.

Double exposure has a higher house edge than BJ.Doesn't make sense playing a worse game.
 
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