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5 Tips to Help You Stay Focused While Playing Blackjack

Blackjack can be a grind. Even the best players know that winning big in blackjack can mean hours spent weathering the storm until suddenly the cards go your way and you go on an epic run. However, that does not mean you can just sit idly by while playing, daydreaming about what you will do with your eventual winnings. Blackjack requires intense focus and a sharp mind that is constantly calculating the best possible move. It can be hard to stay focused when playing blackjack for hours at end, but if you follow these 5 tips, you can find yourself avoiding distractions and keeping your mind on the task at hand. Continue reading…

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Best Way to Play Blackjack and Win | Basic Rules

Blackjack is one of the most popular card games on the planet. For over 400 years individuals have tried their luck at a game of 21, hoping to take advantage of the game’s favorable odds to walk away a winner. Blackjack only offers the house a minuscule 0.5% edge, so if you learn some of the basic strategies of the game it is one of the best bets you can find at a casino. Read on to learn how to play blackjack, and come to Golden Acorn Casino in Southern California to try out your newly learned expertise. To learn more, give us a call at (619) 938-6000 Continue reading…

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Beat the Game: Black Jack Tips

Dozens of books and movies have been made about the ins and outs of black jack. While black jack is mostly a game of chance, the fact that there are a finite number of possible hands means statistics and strategy come into play. There’s hardly enough room to delve into all of the details in one blog, but there are a few tried-and-true rules that are worth remembering.

When to Stand

Getting overzealous is a surefire way to lose the hand at any casino near San Diego. Any time your hard hand is a 17 or greater, stay where you are. The pool of available cards that will keep you under 21 is small. The same is true of any soft hand from 19 to 21.

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