Hey guys, I want to just go into the insurance

bet in blackjack and when to buy it. Basically, here on the layout, you see insurance pays

two to one. What it is, it is a side bet that the dealer has blackjack. You’ll get offered

that only when the dealer is showing an ace. The dealer will go around the table,”Would

you like insurance?” With insurance then what you would have to do, you would have to put

up half of your bet. You put up to half of your original bet, on the fact that he’s got

a blackjack. In the case if he does then the bet would

get paid two to one. Then the player would lose his original bet, but then he gets it

back in the form of his insurance. In the case that the dealer doesn’t have blackjack,

which I don’t, then take the insurance money, lock that up and then play would continue

from there. In the case of a player with a blackjack if the player has a blackjack versus

an ace, what you can do, there are two ways to do it. Some casinos will actually require

you to pay insurance. I believe Atlantic City has that rule where

you have to put up the money to get insurance to get your money back. What a lot of other

casinos do they give you an option for even money and it’s actually the exact the same

thing, where the player will get offered to take even money before I check for blackjack.

What ends up happening, let’s go over the math here. If he takes insurance, and dealer

does have blackjack, then he wins $1000 over here and pushes over here, with a net win

of $1000. If the player doesn’t take it and takes even

money instead, player still gets $1000. So either way, it’s the exact same bet. As far

as when to do it I advise against anybody taking insurance, because the amount that

you’re getting paid; you get paid two to one and the odds that the dealer actually has

a blackjack comes out to about 30% and change; because there are 13 ranks of the cards. Ace

through king and four of them are tens, so the math doesn’t really warrant the play. Exceptions can be made where, say you just

have a bad feeling, because a lot of time gambling, that’s what it comes down to. It’s

not always about making mathematically correct plays sometimes to win. Also in the case where,

if instead of $1000, the gentleman here had $10,000 and he had no earthly business betting

the $10,000 in the first place and it represents his life savings or whatever. Not that I condone

that kind of thing at all, but in their case where he’s got the option, he could just take

$10,000 and walk, by all means take $10,000 and walk. But otherwise in insurance, it’s

never a good idea to do it.

to suck big man balls

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I like the jokes about people who gamble their life savings away 😀

When tc is 3+

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They say never buy insurance but when the dealer shows a 7 through 10 we are supposed to assume the face down card is a 10 makes no sense. If you buy insurance then do it every time

To sum it up: Insurance is for suckers and card counters!

In Atlantic City, if you have black jack and the house is showing an ace, they do offer even money and DO NOT require insurance.

I would only buy it if you yourself has 20 or 21 mabe even 19 but I rarley I buy it only for sure if I know I have a winning hand then I buy it

Never, simple as that

If you were counting cards, there may arise a situation to get insurance, but still unlikely since insurance is 7% in house favor.

@Gus Park word

Insurance and side bets in general are just the casinos way of tipping the scales in their favor. Don't do it. Stick to basic strategy. As for changing your bet, I am still working on my own method for that. So far, what I am doing seems to work because I win more than I lose at Blackjack.

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when to use insurance – never

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Never, saved you 3 minutes and 36 seconds.

His explanation is very disgusting.

As someone who has gambled in Atlantic City before (I live in New Jersey), insurance is not required.

"bad feeling'' You mean cardcounting lmao

• The AVERAGE house edge if taking insurance is 8%.

There are precise mathematical formulas. The two main factors are:

1) number of cards remaining in the deck

2) number of 10-value cards remaining in the deck.

Believe it or not, axiomatic ones, there are situations when the insurance is very favorable to all players at the same time. The key factor is: 'Number of Tens that came out in the current round'. The calculations are even better if keeping track of the Tenners that came out in the previous round and the current round.

The calculations are so astounding that casinos started to pay insurance ‘1 to 1’. No blackjack gambler should accept such a “crime”! All the facts are here:

• https://forums.saliu.com/blackjack-insurance.html

• “Mathematics of Blackjack Insurance: Bet Favorable to All Players at the Same Table”.

Is there a hand signal for insurance?