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Lastly, if the rule specifies that the dealer must hit soft 17, then in such cases we advise you double down on soft 18 against the dealer 2-upcards.


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Blackjack, formerly also Black Jack and Vingt-Un, is the American member of a global family of (At most tables the dealer also hits on a "soft" 17, i.e. a hand containing an ace and one or Basic strategy would otherwise call for some doubling down with hard 9 and soft 13–18, and advanced players can identify situations.


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If blackjack players have an ace and a seven, then they have a soft 18 hand. Let's have a look at what will be their best move according to the dealer's up card.


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When the dealer has a 3, 4, 5 or 6, the odds are that the dealer will eventually bust anyways. The soft 18 is also a pretty decent hand to hold so you have two.


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Blackjack, formerly also Black Jack and Vingt-Un, is the American member of a global family of (At most tables the dealer also hits on a "soft" 17, i.e. a hand containing an ace and one or Basic strategy would otherwise call for some doubling down with hard 9 and soft 13–18, and advanced players can identify situations.


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One of the ways to decrease the house odds against you is to gamble somewhere that the house rules are to stand on soft It's getting harder to find places that are willing to give up the advantage that hitting a soft 17 gives them, though. Suppose the dealer has an ace and a seven; all the remaining players have 19 or more. However, say you missed a green chip at the bottom of some guy's stack. Doesn't "soft 17" mean the ace is counting as 11, not 1, e. Also, the house rules are printed on the layout the felt atop the table of every blackjack table I've seen, said a former service technician for Shuffle Master card shuffler manufacturer. Overall, it is to the house's advantage to hit a soft That's why so many of them are switching to it. Your direct line to thousands of the smartest, hippest people on the planet, plus a few total dipsticks. I'm guessing the amount of times drawing at a soft 17 results in a better hand more than offsets that. Sure, a dealer would help someone sitting on a 16 if he hits his soft The guy sitting on a ? Dealer hits a soft 17 increases the house advantage about. Otheriwse, do Y. Just a big mess. In blackjack, the dealer is required to hit if he has 16 or less with his cards and has to stand with 17 or more. Send questions for Cecil Adams to: cecil straightdope. Now you have people who lost who should have won, people who won who should have lost and don't want to give their windfall back. No, I'm saying that if the rule is that the dealer is never forced to stand on soft 17, then it's to the player's advantage to make hitting soft 17 mandatory "dealer must hit" rather than optional "dealer may hit". But what about other hands? If the dealer has the option of either hitting or standing on soft 17, then the player standing on 16 is going to lose to soft 17 every time. If the dealer has the option not to hit, you lose. That chip made the difference between hitting your A6 and not hitting your A6. And yes, the shufflers truly do randomize the cards. This will be stated somewhere in the table rules. There will always be a set of rules in the form "If this, do X. I know that the rules regarding soft 17 i. Obviously, it is based on who is tipping the dealer more. Wouldn't that be to your advantage though? He has a specific set of house rules to follow based only on the cards in his hand. I forgot the percentages, but dealer staying on soft 17 is a good advantage for the player. If I'm standing on 12 and the guy next to me is on 20, we're going to have a tough time coming to a consensus on whether or not the dealer should hit his soft You're right, I wrote it the wrong way around, but it seems everyone got what I meant. Not so much. In Three Card Poker, if the dealer does not "qualify" have a queen-high or better one of your bets does not get paid, it only pushes. I misunderstood his complaint. There is a difference when the dealer shows an ace, of course, involving the house offering a side bet of insurance against the dealer blackjack. If you stand on 16 against a dealer 6 the basic strategy play and the dealer turns up a soft 17, if the dealer "must" hit then you still have a chance to win the hand. I don't know how much of an advantage it is, but the wording of "must" rather than "may" is an advantage to the player. In another blackjack variant, I believe if the dealer gets 22, all remaining bets push.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Are these rules modified if one of the dealer's cards is an ace? If the dealer has 17 with a hand involving an ace that already counts as one, then he will obviously stand. If the dealer is forced to hit soft 17, then at least some of the time the dealer is going to lose. It pisses me off the way the table is marked, "Dealer must hit soft 17" instead of "Dealer gets to hit soft 17". There is no national or international rule, it depends on the house rules at that casino. One of the reasons for dealers to be robots is that it severely reduces the chances of dealers and players colluding. You should have a rough idea, sure, but all I know when paying a stack of red chips yay-high is pay it with a stack of red chips the same height. But that's it. That would require dealers to think and we're not very good at that. I think more often than not, dealer wins the hand. Though some games DO have special rules if the house hand is particularly bad. But wouldn't it be feasible for the casino to phrase a rule to the effect of "In the case of a soft 17, hit if the total of stakes of players with 17 or more exceeds the total of players with 16 or less," or something similar? I can confirm that the above posts are correct, and a dealer will not hit a soft 18 if all the players are showing 19 or higher. So no. It's not feasible. A dealer is not allowed to make decisions based on what the other players are showing. In this case, it would clearly be advantageous for the bank to hit, instead of standing with Would it be allowed to do so? In most casinos, the dealer is required to stand on soft 17 and any hand with an ace totalling 17 or more. I think this would work out to what Otto had in mind. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}View Full Version : Blackjack rules: Dealer's hand involving an ace. Are there standardized rules for this, or do they vary as they do about soft 17? No casino blackjack game will ever give the dealer a choice of what to do.