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Welcome to the world of online casinos, a world full of excitement, joy and adventures. Online casinos take over traditional land based casino many years ago. This happen due to many advantages which online casinos provide to their customers as compared to the land based casinos. In land based casinos, you need to travel to the place and then play the casino. At online casinos you can play your favorite casino games right at your home on the internet. You just need an computer with an internet connection and you are all set to play and win.

Blackjack basic strategy

Unibet Blackjack is one of those intriguing games everyone thinks they have a shot at beating. But it's not as easy as it seems. Good thing you've found this article, as we are going to go through some of the basic moves that can help you gain an advantage in this game. So get your cards ready as we are going over some example hands.

When being dealt a two-card Blackjack hand you have four options. You can stand, hit, split or double. Standing is when you decide not to take a card because your points total is high enough. This will happen quite frequently and the common motion used to make this move is waving your hand horizontally over your cards. When you want to hit, which means take a card, you tap on the table and the dealer will give you another card. In most of the casinos you are also allowed to “double down,” which means doubling your bet. When you decided to double down you will receive just one card which will determine the value of your hand. The final move is to split your hand; this is only possible when you have two of the same cards. For instance when you have 10 points made up by two fives.

The best and perfect thing to start out with is of course a completed hand. You have a complete hand when there's no improving left to do, or no improving needed. Pay close attention if you have a hand like this since it will give you a great chance of doubling your bet. A “Blackjack” to start off with doesn't need any help since the dealer will pay you out right away when you start with 21 points. Hands that add up to 20, 19, 18 and 17 points are among those you don't need to improve. If the dealer ends up beating you it's not your fault, it's just bad luck.