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Suited triple – (three of the same card) – pays The house edge for the 21+​3 side bet will vary depending on the number of decks used.


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Suited Blackjack -- A Blackjack in which the ace and ten-value card are of the same suit. Surrender -- In some casinos, the player is allowed to forfeit half of their.


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Three of a Kind Suited to 1. House Edge details. House Edge = 9%. The following points should be included. 1. Top 3 is a proprietary side bet on 21+3.


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Suited triple – (three of the same card) – pays The house edge for the 21+​3 side bet will vary depending on the number of decks used.


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Suited Royals is that the player's first two cards will be a King - Queen suited; two suited picture (face) cards or a two card flush. Triple Match is that the player's first​.


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The value of the win is maximized if the blackjacks are suited and match. The structure is based on the original Caribbean Stud side bet, with a.


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The chance of suited 7s varies significantly depending on how many decks are used, so several hand odds are listed in the table below. The game's paytable is​.


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Usually pays , except after splitting Aces. Back Counting -- Counting cards while not involved in the game. As a verb, to "bankroll" someone is to provide them with funds to bet with. Chip -- A small plastic disk used instead of money, to bet with. Casino rules vary on the payout of a Blackjack. See also Payout Ratios. As a result, if you are new to Blackjack you may want to avoid this position. A counter who is back counting is generally waiting for an opportune time to join the game. Double Down is often restricted to the player's first two cards. Face Down Game -- Your first card is placed face up while the second one is placed face down. If cards are misdealt or improperly exposed, they may also be burned. Anchorman -- The player closest to the dealer's right. Backing Up -- Reconstructing a hand to prove the total. If you wave lots of money around, the casino may give you things like a free room or free food, hoping you'll keep losing money at the tables in their casino. Bankroll -- A player's starting money, the amount the player walks up to the table with, money available to bet with. Break - Broke -- Taking "hits" additional cards that cause your total to go over An immediately losing hand. Cut Card -- A solid colored card, typically plastic, which is given to a player by the dealer for the purpose of cutting the deck s after a shuffle. Cage -- Short for cashier's cage. Other denominations are sometimes used. A random slot is added to the deck. Taking Even Money means the dealer will pay your blackjack instead of It is a guaranteed payout for the player, though less of a payout than expected. Basic Strategy -- A computer-developed method for playing Blackjack that may be easily memorized by a player without counting cards. The bettors may be called "back-liners" and the practice "back-lining. This is where chips are redeemed for cash, checks cashed, credit arranged, etc. Betting the Count -- The practice, among card counters, of betting a number of units equal to the current value of the "count. If you do play in the anchorman's seat, stick to the chart and don't let other players fluster you. Also refers to a hand that is likely to bust if hit. Even Money -- Offered when the player has a Blackjack, and the dealer has an Ace showing, representing a potential Blackjack. Back of the House -- Areas of the casino where players are unwelcome, such as the vault, cashier's office, and other areas. Bottom Dealing -- A technique, generally cheating, when the dealer delivers one or more cards from the bottom of the deck. The house's bankroll is the amount of chips in the dealer's rack. Double Double Down allows a player to take hits after the initial Double Down, by doubling the bet again for one more hit. 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Although card counting is legal, many casinos can take players out of the game if caught. Casinos discourage this by not allowing anyone into the game until the deck is newly shuffled. There is controversy as to the actual randomness of these machines. When referring to a casino, this could refer to the lowest and highest limits available at all tables in the casino. Betting Ratio -- A comparison of the highest and lowest bets placed by a player. The dealer understands this to mean that you want to Double Down. Betting the same amount on every hand, regardless.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Double for Less -- Doubling Down for less than the original bet amount. The amount of a player's initial stake that he or she will eventually lose. Draw -- Adding a card to your hand taking a hit in an effort to come closer to 21, without going over. Count Cards - Card Counting -- The ability of a player to keep an accurate mental record of the cards that have been played. The player assigns "weights" to each card face, and then sums the card weights as each new card is turned face up. Burned -- Discarded; often done to the first card after the deck is cut so that the player can't see it's value. At the table, this typically refers to the amount a player invests in a game rather than the money in his pocket, and is sometimes treated as a synonym for his buy-in. Many Northern Nevada casinos require a two-card total of 10 or 11 in order to Double Down. Typically, when doubling is permitted, the player is not required to literally double his bet, but may raise it by any amount up to but not more than the original bet. Do not confuse this with a Automatic Shuffle Machine. This position is dealt last, just before the dealer. Discards are put into the machine after every couple of hands. Discard Tray -- A tray on the dealer's right side that holds all the cards that have been played or discarded. 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