How to Play (and Win) at Blackjack: The Expert’s Guide

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Want to beat blackjack? It all starts with learning how to play. In this video, professional Blackjack players Colin Jones and “Loudon Ofton” break down the objective of blackjack, how to play it, as well as how it is possible to turn the tables on the casino and beat the game.


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How to Play (and Win) at Blackjack: The Expert’s Guide

10 thoughts on “How to Play (and Win) at Blackjack: The Expert’s Guide

  1. Interested in card counting? Start here:

  2. isn't counting forbidden in casinos? Ok so casinos can refuse service to someone who count the cards but it is not illegal. By the way I know a casino that if both player and dealer bust, the player is the winner.

  3. 3:02 and thats if you just shoot the guy

    and steal his dough


  4. Hi Colin, this video is amazing! Thank you very much for sharing.

  5. tell me where I can find your table rules in LV, I've looked and cant find "Draw to 16 and stand on all 17" ! THAT makes a big difference IMO and raises the house edge considerably!

    You have a REAL BJ table, but the others are NOT REAL BJ due to this house rule and or modification of the game, again IMO.
    I live in Pahrump, NV and same here, tables are Hit Soft 17! even in LV!

    Do you know of any casinos in LV that still have the real tables ? "NEW SUB HERE" thanks in advance, Tom in NV

  6. The house has 2 advantages. As these guys say,"the player goes first". So. as they say."the player busts and the dealer busts, the player lose". The other house advantage, in my opinion, is the houses bankroll. The house can easily survive the players short or long term win streak. The trick word there is "streak". Whether short or long term, it is a "streak". In the scheme of things it will end. In given time the house will win. As I have heard many successful gambler say, "relatively all persons have the same amount of luck. The difference between a successful player and an unsuccessful player is the player that knows when to quit".

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