Blackjack Chart


It is possible to win at Blackjack. If you know how. We will show you.


With the advancement of computer technology it is now possible to play hundreds of thousands of black jack hands within a short time period to simulate the best black jack strategies on any given situation.


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The following blackjack chart will tell you exactly what to do when you are playing. Use the charts and match the hand you are currently holding.



There are two popular charts depending on whether the dealer hits or stands on soft 17. (A+6)


To use the advance strategy chart look up your hand along the left vertical edge and the dealer's up card along the top of the chart. In both cases an A stands for ace. From top to bottom are the hard totals, soft totals, and splittable hands.



Stands on Soft 17

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Black jack chart

Hits on Soft 17

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Black jack chart

H Hit
S Stand
D Double, if allowed. Else Hit
Ds Double, if allowed. Ellse Stand
P Split
H/P Split, if allowed. Else Hit
H/R Surrender, if allowed. Else Hit.


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If you follow the BlackJack chart consistently, you will not lose more than 0,5 pct. of your bettings on average. This is better than most other casino games, and your average loss will be higher when playing games like roulette or slot machines for instance. Still, this is only average numbers, and you may get lucky and win a lot in periods.


It is recommended you always use these charts unless you know them by heart or you are a card counting master.


Most black jack players do not know black jack strategy. Most will "claim" that they do, however, when tested, you will see that they fail. Therefor you can easely be the best black jack-player around the table if you know the chart.


When you play online black jack, just print the chart and follow it to optimize your chances!


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For more charts: Advanced blackjack strategies