If you like the fulfillment and excitement of a good card game and the anticipation of winning and earning some cash with the odds in your favour, gambling on chemin de fer is for you.

So, how do you beat the dealer?

Basically when wagering on chemin de fer you are looking at the odds and probabilities of the cards in regard to:

1. What your hand is

2. What cards might be dealt from the deck

When gambling on vingt-et-un there is statistically a better way to play every hand and this is known as basic strategy. If you add card counting that helps you compute the chances of cards being dealt from the deck, then you will be able to increase your wager amount when the odds are in your favor and lower them when the odds are not.

You are only going to succeed at under half the hands you play, so it is important that you adjust bet size when the risks are in your favor.

To do this when betting on chemin de fer you have to use basic strategy and card counting to succeed.

fundamental tactics and card counting

Since mathematicians and intellectuals have been studying 21 all sorts of abstract systems have been developed, including "counting cards" but even though the idea is complicated counting cards is actually very easy when you gamble on twenty-one.

If when gambling on vingt-et-un you card count reliably (even if the game uses more than one deck), you can alter the edge to your favor.

21 Basic Strategy

21 basic strategy is centered around a basic approach of how you bet based upon the cards you are dealt and is mathematically the strongest hand to use while not card counting. It tells you when wagering on 21 when you should take another card or hold.

It’s remarkably easy to do and is quickly memorized and up until then you can find no charge guides on the net

Using it when you wager on vingt-et-un will bring down the casino’s edge to near to zero.

Counting cards shifting the odds in your favor

Card counting works and players use a card counting plan gain an edge over the casino.

The reason this is easy.

Low cards favour the croupier in twenty-one and high cards favour the gambler.

Low cards favor the house because they assist him make winning totals on his hands when she is stiff (has a twelve, thirteen, 14, 15, or sixteen total on his first 2 cards).

In casino 21, you can hold on your stiffs if you want to, but the dealer cannot.

He has no choice to make, but you do and this is your advantage. The rules of playing blackjack require that dealers hit stiffs no matter how rich the shoe is in high cards that will break her.

The high cards favor the gambler because they could break the casino when she hits his stiffs and also Aces and Tens means blackjack for the player.

Though blackjacks are, equally divided between the dealer and the gambler, the fact is that the gambler gets paid more (3:2) when he receives a blackjack so the player has an edge.

You don’t have to count the data of each of the individual card to know when you have an edge over the house.

You simply need to know at what point the shoe is flush or depleted in high cards and you can up your wager when the expectation is in your favour.

This is a basic commentary of why card-counting systems work, but gives you an understanding into how the logic works.

When playing 21 over the longer term card counting will help in changing the odds in your favor by approximately 2 percent.