The most common mistake that beginners make is often stiff hands (12,13,14,15 and 16). The players are naturally afraid to hit these hands, because each of them could explode (of 22 or more) in one fell swoop. But if the dealer has a high card (7, 8, 9,10 or as) is your best chance to win in easy and give you the opportunity for a better total-make has.
Some beginners think that the best way to play blackjack, play the same way the bank: Hit sixteen and stand on all seventeen. This is not true. The goal is not to hand to beat 21 closest, but the dealer. Often, the best way to do this is to maintain the maximum sometimes as little as 12.
This is how players think: If I hit 14, could break my hand here and now. But maybe the dealer has a 6 on the hole. If I take a picture, my hand still has a chance. Perhaps the dealer’s hand.
Each player is afraid, he is responsible for his own loss. 14 But you already have the highest risk if the dealer shows a 10. You have to fight for survival of the hand below the outlet, by chance, to be a strong hand on him 10 With 14-10, you have to fight to the death.
On the other hand, if the dealer’s first card is 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, and maintaining a strong hand, it should be noted. Since the dealer must hit his stiff hands and brilliant opportunity even if you are rigid, take your weak hands is not advantageous compared to upcards weak.
Error: Some beginners think that the best way to play, in the same way the bank plays: Hit sixteen and stand on all seventeen. This is not true. The goal is not to hand to beat 21 closest, but the dealer. Often, the best way to do this is to maintain the maximum sometimes as little as 12.
This is the basic logic of blackjack. There are exceptions to these rules, the decision strategy is determined factual basis for each hand, working in all mathematical odds. But if we consider this logic diagrams when considering blackjack strategy, the model can be clear and should not be too hard to remember.