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    Blackjack Expert for Windows

    This program lets the player replay the current hand and I use this funtion to see what would happen if I make the decision that wins regardless if its the "right" strategy play.

    Being able to see the dealers hand and playing it accordingly, people would say that its a form of "cheating"

    What do yall think if its cheating or just hypothetically playing?

    Also, would this be like playing the game blackjack exposed where the dealer shows both cards (ties lose)

    The only difference is at that game ppl hit on 17 or more as long as the dealer has him beat still?3-9-19.jpg

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    If you search, you’ll find that there is already a topic on this: https://www.blackjacktheforum.com/sh...indows-comment

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    A yellowed one.
    And useless he seeks, he was the author

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    different question you stoolie and i want more replys im not just gonna go away...
    Quote Originally Posted by Tetn1s View Post
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    is replaying the hand considered "cheating" and is doing this just like playing blackjack exposed? also if you look at my stats in 5k hands i have 400 ties which would be losses..

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    Quote Originally Posted by joepickems123 View Post
    is replaying the hand considered "cheating" and is doing this just like playing blackjack exposed? also if you look at my stats in 5k hands i have 400 ties which would be losses..
    This is all an exercise in futility.

    No. I can't think of *one* casino game that would allow you to "back-up" a hand to replay. And no, it is not "playing just like double exposure".

    What are you even trying to achieve?

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    not just the fact i can replay the hand but that i know what the dealer has before i make any decision(s) so its similar to the game double exposure?

    What im trying to figure out is that if i treat the game like i know what the dealer has and i happen to make the play(s) that would beat him that hand, sometimes even going against basic stratagy, wouldnt that statiistically be the right play?

    for the most part i take winning the current hand over future hands anyday. is that like the phrase taking into account "variable change"?
    Last edited by joepickems123; 06-13-2019 at 06:13 AM.

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    Ok I’ll give it a shot,

    what you are describing is hole carding. In real life, some dealers are sloppy so they expose their hole card. I’ve heard that an AP using hole carding has a +10% advantage over the casino (don’t quote me on the exact number). This would be the same as if the casino was playing a 4 zero roulette wheel against you, pretty good odds. Card counting is roughly 1-2% for comparison. Now if you encounter a flashing dealer, you can’t be an idiot and obviously break BS, by say hitting an 18 versus a dealer 20, you’ll be found out real quick. Some casinos take hole carding seriously because they think you are colluding with the dealer, and you can get in huge trouble. However you can basically double most soft hands and under 11 hands when dealer has a stiff.

    Blackjack exposed takes away the advantage with the loss on ties, which is a huge detriment to the player. If you just want to play that game, look up the basic strategy for it, that is the optimal way to play your software how you want to play it. Hit 18s versus 20s all you want. The only exception for your “game” if ties are pushes, is to obviously stand on 18 versus an 18, etc.


    You stoolie.
    Last edited by Tetn1s; 06-13-2019 at 08:29 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joepickems123 View Post
    not just the fact i can replay the hand but that i know what the dealer has before i make any decision(s) so its similar to the game double exposure?
    Double Exposure is a different animal from a standard blackjack game with knowledge of the hole card.

    As mentioned above, you lose to ties in DE while you don't in regular bj. Also, you can only double on 10 and 11 in DE while in most bj games you can double on anything.

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