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Learn Blackjack and Counting Cards

Quickly learn how to play blackjack perfectly and count cards easily and beat the Casino for a profit.
4.4 (101 ratings)
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3,856 students enrolled
Created by Jordan Davis
Last updated 5/2014
  • 32 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
Learn about the Casino
Learn How the Game is Played and Basic Strategy
How to Count Cards effectively to gain an advantage
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  • A Deck of Cards
  • Practice!

This course is for those who want a simple and easy course to learn Blackjack and card counting. You don't need to pay hundreds to effectively play Blackjack and know the card counting system, how it works, and use it in the casino.

You will Learn:

  • Basic Strategy to know how to play perfectly every time!
  • The rules of blackjack and different plays
  • How to Count Cards to beat the House Odds
  • Team Play Styles
  • The Science and Odds behind the game

The biggest factor is practicing a lot. So once you use my course, you can practice the right way and have an advantage over the casino in no time!

This course is meant to be short and to the point. If you want to dive deeper and spend a lot more money and time, that's fine, too.

Who is the target audience?
  • Everyone who wants to learn to play a great game!
  • Anyone who wants to start beating the casino
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 7 Lectures Collapse All 7 Lectures 32:18
1 Lecture 01:17

I talk for a minute about the course. This is simple Blackjack and Card Counting. All you need to know with out all the extra crap.

You'll learn how to play the game, how to count, and how to practice!

I'll get you into the casino playing the correct way!

Introduction to the Course
2 Lectures 15:17

This is a simple lecture about how to play blackjack. I use cards for examples.
You must use a chart to see Basic Strategy and what to do. Use this all the time when practicing or if you're bored!

Feel free to ask questions.

How to Play Blackjack

This lecture goes over some extra plays that can be performed by the player that increase our profits when things are in our favor.

Additional Plays: Double Down and Splitting.
Card Counting
4 Lectures 15:44

How to Count using the Hi-Lo System.

2 - 6 = +1

7 - 9 = 0

10 - A (ALL faces) = -1

Positive counts are good for the players. High counts mean more faces left in the deck which help the player according to the rules and play styles of the Dealer.

Assigning Values and Counting

True Count = Running Count DIVIDED BY Decks remaining in the shoe(cards left to be played).

True Count

Practice a lot to get proficient at blackjack!

It takes a lot to be able to count easily and quickly in a casino environment with complete accuracy.


a brief intro to team play.

This course for information only.

Good luck!

Team Play / Outro - Good Luck!
About the Instructor
4.4 Average rating
101 Reviews
3,856 Students
1 Course
Udemy Instructor

I am a gymnastics and parkour coach at Amplify Gymnastics. I also have done professional parkour/freerunning shows.

Some of my skills and experience include:

  • Professional parkour athlete and coach
  • Performed for HTC and American Ninja Warrior (NBC) Season 5
  • World Record holder - longest sideflip - 15 feet, 3 inches.
  • Blackjack Card Counter
  • Computer Science Major
  • Certified Personal Trainer

I don't want anyone asking "What is parkour?"

I study modern applications and learn new ways of thinking. I love efficiency and productivity. I want to learn and be skilled at everything.

  • My courses will be complete and filled with the most updated information.
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