Top 10 Tips For Beginning Blackjack Players – Part 2 – with Casino Gambling Expert Steve Bourie

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In this video, American Casino Guide author, Steve Bourie, continues with his top 10 Tips For Beginning Blackjack Players. This is part two of a two-part series with five tips in this part and another five tips given previously in part one. Topics covered include: don’t touch your bet once the cards are being dealt; don’t touch the cards if they are being dealt face up; when playing a “pitch” game, hold your cards in just one hand; use your hand to signal your playing decisions; and always use basic strategy.

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Top 10 Tips For Beginning Blackjack Players – Part 2 – with Casino Gambling Expert Steve Bourie

10 thoughts on “Top 10 Tips For Beginning Blackjack Players – Part 2 – with Casino Gambling Expert Steve Bourie

  1. damn, didn't know talking was a no-no. I have only played blackjack on a norwegian cruise, and I didn't want to use hand signals in case I did something wrong and got a card on a stand or something.

  2. Would a Casino card dealer with 1 year or more of experience have an advantage for counting cards as compared to the average gambler based on the amount of time the dealer has spent dealing cards? Do they become hyper aware when the deck favors the player or casino?

  3. When does a Casino ask you to leave or make non changing bets when you are playing blackjack? If you go to the Casino next door, does the first Casino call the other Casinos and tell them to watch out for you?
    Why doesn't the Nevada Gambling Commission/Attorney General or whoever the law makers are for Gambling allow the players to make changing bets if they are counting cards? Why do they allow the Casinos to force you to leave or make non changing bets?

  4. Suppose you were a card dealer at a Casino and you studied card counting on your time off and tried to use it mentally only while you are work dealing cards. Is it ok for a dealer to go to another casino on their day off and play 21 and discretely used the card counting methods that you studied at home and mentally practiced at work as a card dealer? Do dealers and casinos have an unspoken rule that if you are a dealer, don't go to the casino next door and play 21 with the intent to win?

  5. Thank you for these tips, parts one and two. Much appreciated! I’ve lived in Vegas eight years and tonight was my FIRST time playing BlackJack at a table! I did well. What finally made me try it was a passenger in my taxi cab. He turned $25 into 40 grand! I asked my dealer about it and he said, “Yep! I’ve seen that happen a few times!” So I bet conservatively but did well. I am going to stick to my strategy of conservative bets and build it up slowly! Thanks again! 👍🏼

  6. In a pitch game, is it okay to flip your cards over and display the hand and play it like a game being dealt from a shoe?

  7. Is there an etiquette on how many hands to play in any one sitting? Like would it be rude to play two or three hands then walk away, or is there a minimum amount of hands before walking off?

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