• April 18, 2021

Poker strategy: Blackjack Math

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House edge is simply the theoretical profit expressed as a percentage that a casino is expected to make from any gambling game, in Blackjack it is the game play rules and payouts that make it possible to work out this figure.
A Blackjack player should always be looking to find the Blackjack game which has the lowest house edge when choosing a variant to play, this will mean they not only will havea sporting chance of a winning session but also they should, in theory get longer Blackjack sessions.
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Microgaming Blackjack Games – House Edge

Game House edge Game House edge
Classic Blackjack  0.13% Vegas Strip Blackjack 0.35%
Vegas Single Deck 0.35% Atlantic City Blackjack 0.36%
Spanish Blackjack  0.38%  Pontoon  0.39%
Vegas Downtown Blackjack 0.39% Bonus Blackjack  0.39%
European Blackjack 0.42% High Streak Blackjack 0.42%
Perfect Pairs Blackjack 0.42% Big 5 Blackjack 0.47%
Multi-hand Blackjack 0.59% Double Exposure Blackjack  0.69%
Super Fun 21 0.94%    

 
Real Time Gaming Blackjack Games – House Edge

Game House edge Game House edge
Blackjack Surrender  0.49% European Blackjack 0.57%
Standard Blackjack 0.57% Pontoon 0.73%
Match Play 21  0.81% Face Up 21  0.85%
Super 21 1.20%    
Super Fun 21 0.94%    

 
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Vegas Technology Blackjack Games – House Edge

Game House edge Game House edge
Perfect Pairs Blackjack  0.35% Vegas Strip Blackjack 0.41%
European Blackjack 0.73%    

 
Playtech Blackjack Games – House Edge 

Game House edge Game House edge
Blackjack Switch  0.16% Pontoon 0.38%
Blackjack Surrender 0.39% Standard Blackjack 0.49%
 Live Blackjack 0.57%  

 
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