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    ttwarrior1
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    Does anyone play double exposure blackjack

    ive won 1 k in pts, is casino loose today or a fluke

    Dealer wins all ties but you get too see both of the dealers cards. You get 20, dealer has 20, u have to
    hit or you lose

    You both have 18, u hit might get an ace, 2 3 and win

    Not a bad game

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    jjgold
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    Is it a gimmick??

    Any advantages?

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    Interesting if you get to see both dealer's cards; might give it a shot but don't hit the casino too much, always leave empty

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    Not a bad wway to pass some time. I prefer switch bj.

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    Cool change up, but worse odds than standard Black Jack.

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    ttwarrior1
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    bj only pays 1 to 1 and dealer does win the ties and u know both players end up with 20 alot

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    People overestimate the worth of seeing the additional dealer hole card.

    Its valuable information but not as valuable as most people think it is.

    I'm curious as to the odds of a NO EXPOSURE GAME with the player winning ties.

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    I tried it last night, actually won some points. Maybe luck but I'll probably give it another go. Never knew there were more variations of blackjack

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
    Is it a gimmick??

    Any advantages?
    The gimmick is getting idiots thinking they have an advantage when it's actually worse odds

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    Double Bogey that is what I thought

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Bogey View Post
    The gimmick is getting idiots thinking they have an advantage when it's actually worse odds
    Yep, I just read the rules provided in game and it actually said the odds change to favor the bank more than the player.

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    ttwarrior1
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    lmao odds are the same, where did i say it favored us

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    doesnt a dealer 22 = push ? or is that switch ?

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    too bad you're playing with 27 decks of cards

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    ttwarrior1
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    22 is switch

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttwarrior1 View Post
    lmao odds are the same, where did i say it favored us
    Not us >> when you click help in game the rules and info come up. Says the bank (ie the 'house') is favored more than regular blackjack as all pushes are losses for the player.

    It is only somewhat evened by being able to see both cards dealt to the dealer

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    I've lost quite a bit on this

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    Quote Originally Posted by andywend View Post
    People overestimate the worth of seeing the additional dealer hole card.

    Its valuable information but not as valuable as most people think it is.

    I'm curious as to the odds of a NO EXPOSURE GAME with the player winning ties.
    actually the value is huge. something like 12% player edge.

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