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Tips to Win:
To have a good chance on winning, you gotta get 11's together,
and leave them alone in each row because there are lots of 10's
out there...also, if you get an Ace, then save it in a row for
the ten to come up and get a blackjack! Believe me, it works! Hi, alot of folks seem to think i'm pretty good at this (though i'm
not sure i agree)... so i was asked to post my strategies.
Here they are:
1) of course collecting elevens (the obvious)
2) play horizontally. don't start stacking little cards on top of
each other to keep other lanes empty... fill up all 4 lanes right
away... only stack the little guys on top of each other if u have
to, after the lanes are full.
3) see, the reason for hint #2 is that my strategy basically relies
on the fact that for every 7, there is a 4... and so on... there
are exactly the right number of cards to match up one with another
to make 11's... if u stack little guys on top of each other it's
harder to remember what fell... and u'r more likely to get a pile
of faces that'll make u bust
4) I try to remember, if it does happen that i stack little guys on
each other, which card will be missing a 'partner' to make an eleven.
So if i stack a 2 on a 3, i know there's one odd 8 and 9 out there.
Remember it's a standard deck. So i don't count cards per se, i just
try to remember which guys are missing partners.
5) AND THIS ONE WAS KEY FOR ME: in a hard game, i really don't care
about aces. That means i don't 'save a 10' or a lane to play an ace
and get a BJ. Aces are nice when u can use them for BJs... but in a
hard game, they're even nicer because they're really small so they
can help clear lanes with 5-card clears rather than 21's. This leads
to smaller scores in particular hands, but at least you keep rolling
your score.

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