Anyone whose played Blackjack in Vegas is familiar with the strategy of doubling down. There you sit with an ace and 5 (six or sixteen) while the dealer is showing a 6, naturally you assume the dealers hole card, the card that cannot be seen is a 10. The “book” says in such situations you double down, that is double your bet while taking just one card as there is no card that will put you over 21. Based on statistics the dealer has a greater chance of exceeding 21 and cha ching you get paid.
Yet how many times . . .
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