To achieve the best possible results in Blackjack , it is about controlling your game depending on your own cards, but also according to what the dealer has. Many players make decisions only on their own cards, but it is also important to base the decisions on the dealer’s cards. For example, if your two cards give you 16 and you are considering whether to take another card or be satisfied, you should take a look at the dealer cards. Should this card be 5, the decision is easy for you: you are satisfied. Although it would instead be 7, there is reason for you to take another card even if you risk getting fat. The best thing for you as a player is when the dealer draws an unfavorable card (card is called the first of the dealer’s cards that is shown visibly). A bad card is primarily a card that increases the chances of the dealer cracking. The worst cards for a dealer are 5 and 6. With either of these cards, the chance of the sum exceeding 21 is 42%.
The cards that affect the conditions the most are the fives and therefore the five-count system is good and relatively simple. However, these are not as many as the tens (all dealt cards are also counted as tens) and to quickly find a favorable position at the Blackjack table, the ten-count system therefore works very well. If we start with five-count, it is a matter of keeping track of how many fives have been dealt in relation to the other cards – on average, a five should be dealt per thirteen cards. If more fives have been dealt than this, the situation is advantageous for the player while vice versa applies to fewer fives. The approach is to bet more when the remaining cards contain many fives and thus play for more money when the dealer’s advantage decreases.
Ten-count is based on the same idea, although this is about keeping track of all ten cards, which is a total of 16 per 52 cards. The more ten cards left in the deck in relation to cards already dealt, the greater the advantage you have against the dealer. As with five-count, you should increase your stakes after determining that the composition of the remaining cards contains a higher percentage of ten-cards than the average.