Oct 19, 2009
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I wonder if some of these "lesser" casinos may indeed be bargains simply because they have to offer really good opportunities in order to keep their nearby customers from treking to other casinos that offer far more as to diversions and food/entertainment.
As to the actual strategy I'd be curious about the final house-edge calculations if you think its worth the effort once its already passed the initial "smell test" but personally I have enough trouble remembering simplified basic strategy to ever apply an exotic strategy.
How much would Basic Strategy change if a player could double on any number of cards ? I do have a reason for asking !!
Wait a second, I realize this is an old thread, and that I posted in the other one while this has the answer, but I do have a question about this.
Is it "BJ pays 2-1 it 2 or more players have a BJ" or "BJ pays 2-1 if two MORE players have one" (so 3 or more total?) I remember reading that if it's two or more, it decreases the edge by about .1% per extra player, and I'd imagine it's only about .03 or .04% per additional player if it was 3 or more BJs.