Online Blackjack Strategy Charts

Blackjack Strategy Charts, Some of the Best Tools to Learn How to Play Blackjack Professionally

We advise you that you use the following blackjack strategy charts during all of your practice sessions and even when playing real-money online blackjack until you memorize them and be able to use them from memory

Reading blackjack strategy charts is relatively easy. When you take a look at these blackjack strategy charts, you'll see that they are pretty much self-explanatory. The numbers in the left vertical column represent your hand total (whether it is hard or soft). The top horizontal numbers represent the dealer’s face up card. So, when you are dealt a hand while playing online blackjack, you just have to look for your hand total in the blackjack strategy charts, and also to look for the dealer’s face up card.

For example, if your hand total is hard 10, while the dealer’s face up card is a card valued 10 (no matter if it is a Jack, a Queen, a King or just plain old 10), you just have to find the cell where the vertical column for the dealer’s 10 and the horizontal row for your hard 10-valued hand intersect. In this case this would be the cell colored in green with the ‘Hit’ value, which means you have to hit for another card. Do this with every hand you are dealt. The great thing about online blackjack is that you can use the blackjack strategy charts without being forced to make a move quickly and you can take time to consult the charts.

The following two charts are for blackjack games where the dealer stands on soft 17 or hits on soft 17.

4 to 8-Deck Online Blackjack Strategy Charts, Dealer Stands on Soft 17

4 to 8-Deck Online Blackjack Strategy Charts, Dealer Stands on Soft 17

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4 to 8-Deck Online Blackjack Strategy Charts, Dealer Hits on Soft 17

4 to 8-Deck Online Blackjack Strategy Charts, Dealer Hits on Soft 17

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