dorkoncam
dorkoncam
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July 12th, 2011 at 11:53:23 PM permalink
Recently I encountered an online casino that offers these rules in blackjack:

- 4 decks (as far as I can guestimate, no CSM)
- Splits - 1
- Double on split - Yes
- Double on any 2 cards
- Blackjack pays 3:2
- Blackjack automatic winner (even on split aces!) regardless of what the dealer has
- European no hole style
- Dealer stands on soft 17
- Hit split aces - yes
- Surrender - no
- Player loses all bets if dealer has BJ

What is the house edge? I've played on it and gotten some mixed results using European no hole strategybut currently down about 50 units
Kellynbnf
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July 13th, 2011 at 6:59:47 AM permalink
Quote: dorkoncam

Recently I encountered an online casino that offers these rules in blackjack:

- 4 decks (as far as I can guestimate, no CSM)
- Splits - 1
- Double on split - Yes
- Double on any 2 cards
- Blackjack pays 3:2
- Blackjack automatic winner (even on split aces!) regardless of what the dealer has
- European no hole style
- Dealer stands on soft 17
- Hit split aces - yes
- Surrender - no
- Player loses all bets if dealer has BJ

What is the house edge? I've played on it and gotten some mixed results using European no hole strategy http://wizardofodds.com/blackjack/strategy/european.html but currently down about 50 units



I don't know what the house edge would be, but because of both HSA and A-10 after splitting aces counting as a BJ you'd always split aces even against a dealer ace despite the ENHC rule (if I'm correct with either the HSA or A-10 after splitting is a BJ rule alone that would turn AA vs. A into a split).

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