Early rejection with blackjack

Early rejection with blackjack

Early refusal allows you to give up immediately after you have seen your cards and before the dealer has checked his and checked whether he has received a natural blackjack. If you use early rejection, you lose half of the original bid.

This form of refusal is the most profitable opportunity to give up. Since you have the option to opt out of the game regardless of the dealer’s hand. Unfortunately, this rule is gradually disappearing from the casino.

The fact is that by allowing early rejection, the casino reduces its advantage over the player. However, most casinos that still use this rule increase their advantage in a different way.

When should I choose to opt out early?

The dealer opens an ACE, and you have a hard total 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 or 17
The dealer shows an ACE, you have a pair of 3-K, 6, 7 or 8-K
The dealer opens a card worth 10 points, and your hard total is 14, 15, 16, or you have a 7-K or 8-K pair on your hands.
In a 2-deck game, if the dealer has a soft total of 17, and you only have a pair of 2-K.
When not to use early rejection?
In single-deck blackjack, you should never give up if you have a 10-point card and the dealer is 4 and 10 or 5 and 9.
If you get a 10-point card when playing two decks, and the dealer has 4 and 10.

Novice Asked on January 18, 2020 in Games & Sports.
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