Ken Smith | September 14, 2015
Charles Dickens may as well have been describing recent developments in casino blackjack… “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” Rules and conditions at casino blackjack tables have been steadily declining for years, and there are a lot of really bad games out there. 6:5 Has Spread Far and Wide […]
Ken Smith | December 21, 2014
For the last few months, I have been busily working on the new design at BlackjackInfo. And finally, it’s ready to go, so you are looking at the result. The biggest enhancement is that the site now adapts to whatever device you are viewing on, so check it out on your tablet or mobile phone, […]
Ken Smith | May 25, 2014
ThePOGG.com posted an interview with blackjack expert Ken Smith, where he talks about a wide range of topics.
Ken Smith | March 29, 2014
Ken Smith is the guest on the Gambling With an Edge radio show and podcast. He shares a couple of stories of big plays, and the latest developments at BlackjackInfo.
Ken Smith | March 9, 2014
Card counting index numbers are confusing when you first start learning them. This article explains why the standard way of presenting index numbers is worth the effort.
Ken Smith | March 6, 2014
A lawsuit from a California man alleges that the Downtown Grand in Las Vegas allowed him to continue drinking and gamble away $500,000 while visibly drunk. It seems that for casinos, alcohol is a means to an end.
Ken Smith | November 9, 2013
Some players are making a big mistake when playing 6:5 blackjack games, by doubling down on blackjack. After reading this article, you will know why this is a costly move.
Ken Smith | October 10, 2013
Why does the Strategy Engine show seemingly conflicting advice on how to play a blackjack hand of 16 against a dealer Ten? All is explained in this post.
Many casinos are offering 6:5 blackjack games on their floors, hoping that players won’t understand the cost of these games. This summary shows that you should walk past those games, even if it means playing at higher minimum bets.
Ken Smith | July 10, 2013
Ken Smith looks at the tempting idea of splitting tens against weak dealer cards in blackjack. If you’re tempted, you should read this first.