A card counting approach where no value is assigned to the ace cards.
A scenario where there are far more aces than possible present in the deck or dealing shoe.
The act of keeping a side count of aces on top of the main count when counting cards.
An individual who uses betting strategies to gain a mathematical advantage over the casino.
The act of counting cards from behind the blackjack table as a spectator with the intent of joining the game once it is favourable to do so. This is sometimes referred to as wonging.
When a casino asks an individual to stop playing blackjack specifically.
A card counting approach in which the sum of negative or minus cards is equal to the sum of positive or plus cards. If the running count at the end of a full deck amounts to zero, then it is a balanced count.
A wager that consists of different-coloured denominations of chips.
To be permanently prohibited from a casino, usually due to adopting some advantage play tactics.
A simple blackjack betting system adopted by a player throughout the game based solely on the player’s cards and the dealer’s upcard.
Setting the value of your bet in proportion the player’s mathematical advantage over the casino.
The ratio to the maximum and minimum bet an individual makes throughout a playing session.
The percentage of time that a counting system will recognise an individual who has a betting advantage.
Restrictions set by the casino on both the minimum and maximum amount players may bet on the blackjack table.
The amount of money a card counter should wager at each value of the true count.
A system used by casinos to identify card counters who increase their bets when they have a favourable hand.
The allocated area of the betting layout in front of each seat. It’s either denoted by a square or circle, and is where the chips are placed.
Black-colored casino chips that usually have a value of $100.
When a dealer pays off a winning bet with the same denomination chips as those wagered.
An automatic shuffling machine that randomly mixes the discards in with the remaining cards after each round.
A technique used by card counters to increase the number of hands they play per round when the game is in their favour.
The act of splitting a hand that contains a pair into two hands. Pair splitting requires the player to make another wager equal to their initial bet.
The act of riding on the wager of another player.
The mathematical probability of a player losing their whole bankroll.
A method of determining the number of rounds there are before a shuffle. This is generally done by subtracting the number of players at the table from the number 6.
Any card that forces the dealer to take a hit. These cards range from 2 to 6 in value.
A deck in which less 10-value cards have been dealt.
The player sitting to the dealer’s far right and the last to take an action during each round.
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