It is easy to learn the rules of poker! It takes only a few notes before you understand the game play, including the bidding and know what cards make up a winning hand. Many beginners play the poker game Texas Hold'em. This game variant is the father of all poker games and by far the most popular and easiest option. But remember! Like all first-class games to play Texas Hold'em is indeed easy, but hard to master.
Count the cards, however, is only another way of thinking strategically throughout the game, and above all, is not prohibited by law. Therefore, we see no reason not to count the cards themselves, but we strongly recommend that inexperienced players do not try in a casino because of reprisals if they are noticed by the security service. In other words, we do not want you to come get caught.

Counting cards online is practically worthless because of the random number generators used in online casinos. But in live casinos, which several hands of blackjack can be played before reaching the point where the dealer has to shuffle the deck, card counting can be very effective. One of the most profitable and perhaps the easiest way for counting cards, is to use the strategy of Hi-Lo. The system is basically a technique of execution counts where each card is assigned a specific value. The system is used to distinguish when the relationship between the decks of blackjack cards of high value and low value cards is unbalanced.

High value cards as ten, aces and face cards not only increases the chance to do blackjack but also to achieve a total score of 20. A deck that has the most cards of high value, is a very profitable situation for the player, as it increases the chance of the dealer going bust. In other situations, in which most of the remaining cards in the deck are low value cards, all the cards from 2 to 6, the dealer will have a considerable advantage over the player. All cards from 7 to 9 are considered neutral and will not be counted in the Hi-Lo. Here's how the count would be during a random hand of blackjack

The fact that the dealer must draw down in difficult situations (scores from 12 to 16) in a situation where a lot of low value cards are still in the deck, reduces the chance of busting when the dealer to pull down another card . If there are many high-value cards (ace, ten, and figures) in the deck, the probability of the dealer going bust has increased significantly.
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