All You Need To Know About Doubling Down In Blackjack!

Blackjack is a popular card game played in casinos. It is one of the few casino games that is not totally down to chance. There is an important strategic element to the game of Blackjack. In this article, we will explain what Doubling Down is in BlackJack and how to do it.

Doubling Down in Blackjack is an option a player has in the middle of a hand. It doubles their stake and they are dealt one more card. If the hand wins, they receive a payout on both their original stake. However, if the game goes wrong, the player loses both the stake, and the double down bet.

The strategy for Blackjack is clearly defined. There are times when you should double down and times to stand. Hard 9 is a hand that does not include an ace, Soft 9 has an Ace and Soft 16, 17, 18 is the hand with an up card. The aim is to land another card without the risk of going bust and improve your hand. If you have a Hard 8 instead of a Soft 8, you shouldn't double up.

Hard 9 against any 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 up card. Soft 16, 17 or 18 against 2.3,4,5, or 5 up cards. Hard 10 or 11 against lower value Dealer cards,

Doubling down in blackjack can reduce the house edge by 1.46%. Doubling up at the right time can be worth it. Doubting down at other times can erase the advantage that doubling down gives you.

If you have already hit and received a third card to your hand, you cannot double down. You are only allowed to double up after the first two cards have been dealt to you.

In most blackjack games, you can't double down. If you split two cards of the same value into two hands, then you have to add a second stake to the original bet to cover the new second hand.

Doubling down is a useful strategy in Blackjack. It can boost your profitability when used at the right time. If you move a stack of chips equal to the size of the stack you have placed for the first bet, the dealer will know that you are going to double down.

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When a blackjack dealer looks into the table's "peeker"—a mirror that shows their face down card—they see one of two things: 1) An ace (which means they have a blackjack), or 2) nothing (just white, play continues). Aces are the only cards with pips in that position.

When a blackjack dealer looks into the table's "peeker"—a mirror that shows their face down card—they see one of two things: 1) An ace (which means they have a blackjack), or 2) nothing (just white, play continues). Aces are the only cards with pips in that position.
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Most time spent dealing Blackjack? In August 2001, Blackjack dealer Stephen De Raffaele of Malta spent 51 hours and 33 minutes dealing Blackjack at the Oracle Casino. He stopped every eight hours for a 15-minute break.

Most time spent dealing Blackjack? 

In August 2001, Blackjack dealer Stephen De Raffaele of Malta spent 51 hours and 33 minutes dealing Blackjack at the Oracle Casino. He stopped every eight hours for a 15-minute break.
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