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Gets worse if a player has doubled and no 21 or splits. If, at a home game, someone gets a five card charlie, if the dealer did not first get a blackjack, and the five card charlie rule applies, then yes, the player would win automatically, they would get paid then, their cards would be taken away, and then the next player would be allowed to take cards. Moreover, a winning 6 card charlie pays twice your bet, and a winning 7 card charlie pays 5 times your bet. This has nothing to do with 5- or 6-card charlie. In the US, absolutely. True no peek should take original bet only.
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Gets worse if a player has doubled and no 21 or splits. It was a rude awakening the first time the dealer uncovered a bj against my double down. That's when I realized I was on a no peek table. Now I try to steer clear of them if I can. True no peek should take original bet only.
At least that's how the no peeks in the Dakotas operate. I can't remember if they took both chips but I was just shocked that he uncovered a 21 since in my mind at the time that was impossible. I was just so used to my hometown game. Sounds like a sidebet that might be advantageous to a card counter that knows there are a lot of low cards left in the deck.
Rules and Guidelines Keep conversation civil and respectful Be aware that posts do not always involve card counting and that general gambling discussion is welcome. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. The original post describes a bonus for winning the hand. Those are very different things. I don't see anything in the OP referring to a bonus? Seems like regular charlie with the caveat that it must still beat the dealers hand i. Aug 31, Threads: September 10th, at 8: Hello Regardless of other rules or variations, let's say there is a game of Blackjack that pays 1,5 times your bet when you have a winning hand consisting of 5 cards.
I think a hand like this occurs every 50 hands or so, but you'll only get paid if it's a winning hand. Moreover, a winning 6 card charlie pays twice your bet, and a winning 7 card charlie pays 5 times your bet. Anyone has an idea which effect this has on the house edge? Would that influence my basic strategy play? Would I be hitting some hands where I would normally stand?
Jul 22, Threads: It would definitely effect basic strategy. To the exact extent, I'm not sure. Playing it correctly means you've already won. September 10th, at 9: It says there a 5 card win paying 3: However, I find very little info on how this would effect basic strategy, most of the search results from Google treat the topic of automatic win if you don't bust with 5 cards, no matter what the dealer's cards are.