What are Some Common Misconceptions?

canstockphoto3169247If you’re looking to have a poker themed night in your new, open-plan social designed kitchen, then there are a few things that you will need to consider. Firstly, looking at how you can design your kitchen into the style of a casino, or at least so it can fit a good amount of your friends in with enough room to really enjoy your time and still move around quite freely is important. Open plan is always the best bet if you’re looking to host a party or a themed blackjack night. Whether you want to reorganise your kitchen layout or simply create a comfortable area for your guests to enjoy during your themed night, it is important that you know the ins and outs of the night that you are hosting, and the rules of the game that goes with it. Because of this, we’ve put some common misconceptions of blackjack together, so you can truly design your kitchen for the night to suit those who may have a few superstitions about the game.

Bad Players Can Decrease Your Advantage

If you’re inviting a few players round to your home, then looking at some of the Blackjack Myths that are around the game is going to be important, so you can create the right atmosphere and layout. One of the biggest ones that could affect your friends’ enjoyment is that bad players are said to decrease the advantage of those that are good at the game. If you know that you have a few veteran blackjack players visiting your home for your blackjack night, as well as some that haven’t ever played before, then may need to be aware that your guests might want separate tables because they believe that the amateur players are going to affect their game. While this is a complete myth, as the game of blackjack is solely about you and the dealer, you’re going to need to ensure that your guests are happy with the way their night is going.

Assuming A Dealer Always Has A 10 In The Hole

If you are designing your kitchen into a casino-like atmosphere, then you’re going to probably need to hire some professional dealers or have someone who knows the ins and outs of the rules of blackjack to act as the dealer for all of your games. One of the biggest misconceptions about blackjack, is that players will assume a dealer always has a 10 in the hole, when actually 69% of the time, the dealer will have another value in the hole.

Never Hit A 12 Against A Dealer’s 2 Upcard Or You Will Draw A 10 And Bust

Another of the more common misconceptions that people will believe is that they will draw a 10 when they hit a 12 against a dealers’ 2 or 3. While the percentage and chances of winning is actually very slim either way, it is actually better to hit, as you will lose 63% of the time, and if you stand you will lose 65% of the time. If you’re guests ask during your blackjack night, then you can let them know that it’s always better to have that slight winning advantage against the dealer.