3 Blackjack Myths Players Should Be Aware of

It is a well-known fact that blackjack has some of the best odds for casino players. That being said, it is essential to note that while the odds are better than in other games, that does not mean you have an edge over the game – and that is not 50/50.

Distinguishing true and false facts can help you play blackjack online casinos more skillfully and win more or at least lose less. In this post, let us dwell on the myths that prevent you from getting the most out of blackjack.

Myth #1: Counting Cards Is Not Allowed

If you have watched movies, you assume that card counting is illegal. However, this is not the case, but that does not mean that you have to demonstrate your skills if you have understood how to do it.

No one can regulate what’s going on in your head. However, there are some signs that someone is using a card counting technique. Most casinos use former card counters to assist them to determine someone who uses this practice.

You cannot be arrested for counting cards, but the management of an establishment can definitely refuse you. If you learn how to count cards, just make sure the casino workers don’t catch you as you test your skills. While there are no technical rules against it, no casino will agree to watch you make money using controversial methods.

Myth #2: You Can Expect to Win

It may be a comforting thought that with a 2% house edge, playing 100 hands, you win 48% of the time. With that in mind, it’s understandable that if you’ve lost five hands in a row, you’re more likely to win the next one. This probability will even increase at some point.

The real truth is that under any circumstance, the previous hands do not affect the next few hands. Even if you feel like it should go up at some point to get a 48% chance of winning, that percentage is based on just one trial.

Think of it this way. If you flip a coin and it comes up tails four times in a row, is there a chance of coming up with tails the next time you flip it? The answer is no, and if you don’t believe it, you may have serious problems with gambling. Regardless of the game, always bear in mind that previous results do not affect future ones, no matter how logical this may seem to you.

Myth #3: The Goal Is to Get As Close As Possible to 21

Getting close to 21 is undeniably a successful way to make a lot of winning combinations. But the goal of players is to beat the dealer, not get to 21. So, you need to think carefully to avoid overly risky hands in an attempt to get the highest number possible.

Conclusion

Despite the myths outlined above, blackjack is a game that gives players good odds and an opportunity to win. Just follow basic rules and strategies, keep an eye on your bankroll, and don’t fall for any of these misconceptions that may be floating around the table.

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