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Blackjack Stats is a one of a kind guide to Online Blackjack with more than 20,000 tables and charts. Learn the basic blackjack strategy as well as advanced strategies teaching you the proper move no matter what the situation. BJStats.com also offers reviews of blackjack online casinos and quick download links. Calculators and Blackjack charts are also included along with online blackjack rules and the basic strategy tables. These tables and charts are designed to answer Blackjack questions that arise from time to time. The website includes 37,856 pages of Blackjack tables, 31,050 charts, 15,500,000 Blackjack statistics, 320,000,000,000 rounds of play were simulated for the tables and charts, and 2,400,000,000,000 rounds of play were simulated for the calculators.

They also have Blackjack Simulator Details. The following apply to the tables and charts - not the calculators. In a Multi-Deck there is 500,000,000 Blackjack rounds per sim, Full card counting indexes as published, Five players, players rotate seats to remove the seat effect, 2 units at +2, 4 units at +3, 6 units at +4, 8 units at +5 except for Red Seven which bets 2, 4, 6 & 8 units at +13, +15, +17 & +19, and Cover betting simulations do not allow bet increases or decreases over two units, no bet changes after a push, no increase after a loss and no decrease after a win. In Single-Deck Blackjack there is 125,000,000 Blackjack rounds per sim, Full card counting indexes, Three players for Zen, Red7 & AOII, Two players for Hi-Opt I & Hi-Lo, players rotate seats to remove the seat effect, 2 units at +1, 4 units at +2, and also Cover betting sims do not allow bet increases or decreases over two units, no bet changes after a push, no increase after a loss and no decrease after a win.

Bet change to one unit is allowed after a shuffle. So hurry to play blackjack now!

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Peter said... @ June 23, 2008 at 9:49 AM

I must have read a million and one different strategies for online blackjack but I can't say I've had much success yet. In fact, I think I've probably done better when I've just been using my own judgment. As for BJstats.com - that just sounds dodgy!

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