Blackjack 101: How to Play Blackjack
What you'll learn
- Blackjack terminology
- How to play using Basic Strategy, with at least 15 practice questions
- Card Counting
- Blackjack, as a foundation for a career in the gaming industry
- Social etiquette
- It will help to have a basic understanding of card values. For instance, Jacks are each worth 10 points in Blackjack, and Aces may be 11 or 1.
- Practice materials will help, but are not necessary. Wax covered playing cards, chips, a shoe and a felt table layout (in order of importance) will all help.
- A high school diploma (or equivalent) knowledge of math.
Whether you have been playing Blackjack for years, or you have never set foot in a casino, limited practice materials and a basic knowledge of mathematics can help you use this class to master Blackjack as a gambler, or to your career as a table games dealer or leader. Learn from someone who has (at seperate points) been both a card counter and a table games manager.
If you take our class, and master the material, you will know what you need to know to have the Blackjack experience you want.
Who this course is for:
- This class has been designed with as wide an appeal as we could manage. Whether you want to change professions to casino employment or card counting, or you just want to develop the expertise you need to have a great time in Las Vegas, this class will help you.
- Card counters
- Blackjack players
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Either way, I'd like to tell you about my background. I've been a card counter, a Pit Clerk, a Casino Manager, and everything in between. People I have trained have become professional card counters, dealers making six figure incomes, and casino managers. I am confident that I can help a lot more people reach those levels, but nearly anyone who meets the basic requirements, takes our courses and works on the related skills can make money freelancing as a card counter, or about $70,000 a year as a casino employee.
A lot of people make classes, and tell you that you can follow their directions and become fantastically wealthy. I do not promise anything I haven't delivered for myself and others. I hope you give my classes a shot. Please contact me if you have any questions.