If you like what you see, well, go play blackjack and make some money with it! If you don't, no worries, I won't be too offended. I'm just telling it like it is, with a no-bull approach, and saying what's worked for me in the past.
My blackjack career started in Nevada in the early eighties with a couple of luck filled runs that led to scary men standing quite close to me while I played. Times have changed however, cameras do that dirty work now, and my luck has never really been as good as that week when I fell for the game. But before I regale you with old boring stories of my youth, we should probably talk a little about blackjack.
I've tried to incorporate a variety of things into my blackjack site in addition to the facts we need to know to play well. For practical purposes I've included a free blackjack game for you to play on without laying any money down. The game is part of a suite of games and includes a points system, which I feel is an important component of a good free blackjack game. You need to be able to keep track of your bankroll to keep track of your playing. Other than that I look at everything from how to play blackjack at your local parlor, right down to basic strategy charts and good to remember tips. So whether you're here to get started, or to master the game, the elements are the same for each, and we all need to know the same good things. Check out this online casino directory.
To begin with, start with the page that best suits your playing level. If you're a novice, read up on our how to play blackjack page. If you've got some play in, you'll probably want to start with the blackjack rules page, and move onto the strategy page. Anyone and everyone should end off by taking at look at the blackjack tips I've outlined, as they summarize the concepts covered elsewhere. Other topics of interest are discussed casually, including the benefits to free blackjack, and a discussion based around playing online blackjack.
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