Many people have asked me why I continuously suggest new players go to
the Internet to learn. Why not make them buy a video from you, or sit
down with you to learn? Well the simple fact of the matter is, I don't
live beside most of the people in the world, and beyond that, they don't
need me! I suggest the Internet all the time because I know the tools
you need to succeed are out there. There are many examples of free blackjack
games around the net, some of which are good to learn to play on, some
of which aren't so good.
Free blackjack is the single most important feature the Internet offers. Playing online for free without risk is the best way to learn the ins and outs of the game. If you can find a game that offers point collection over multiple sessions it's a big plus because you can work some of your bankrolling strategy into the practice. We host a free blackjack game with a built-in points back-end here at mastering-blackjack.com, courtesy of GameInaCan.com. Our game lets you play free blackjack starting with a thousand point bankroll, and will keep track of that amount for you over the session, and pick up where you left off when you return. In other words it mimics your real casino experience with fake money, but in a way that kind of lets you see the fake money as real, since it doesn't disappear with the game.
If you've never played blackjack before, I do suggest you start with the free game, but I also suggest you don't wait too long until you try playing for real money. The game can't help but feel different when it's real cash at stake, and you'll probably find your playing style changes. People always take less risk on a real game compared to one with fake credit, so part of your training should be to take the free game here as seriously as you can.
ęCopyright Ted Knuden 2017.
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