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    Quote Originally Posted by Spencerb533 View Post
    With perfect play and very favorable rules, (3:2, Double after split, etc.) which it was, would it be better than playing decent rules on a regular game? That was my question which I didn’t describe very clearly.


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    "Push22" is a deadly trap for the unwary innumerate patrons.
    Great rules do not approach negating the dealer's advantage.
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    I once came across an instance of this game for which the dealer kept forgetting that 22 was a push for him. Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gronbog View Post
    I once came across an instance of this game for which the dealer kept forgetting that 22 was a push for him. Very nice!
    I had this happen as well. At least 1/10 “push 22” hands the dealer payed entire table.


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