Blackjack is one of the most popular games of gambling. While it isn’t difficult to learn and play this game, you still need a lot of strategy and manoeuvring in order to succeed in this game. It is important to be aware of the objective of the game and the ability to comprehend and predict your opponent’s moves is critical for success. If you make the right moves and if lady luck is on your side, you can indeed turn this money making option into a fairly lucrative one.

Gambling has been a popular form of entertainment for many years. One of the most popular games at both traditional as well as online casino is blackjack. Like offline or online poker, you need a lot of skill and strategy making in order to succeed in blackjack. And it isn’t difficult to learn and play this game. This may be because of the fact that in blackjack, unlike in a game of poker, you don’t need to remember any combination of cards. Blackjack is a game of simple rules that takes time to master. And there are a lot of mathematical formulas and probability concepts involved in the game which make it all the more unpredictable and interesting at the same time. Bob, my friend, who is an accountant by profession, by virtue of his education and his work experience probably had just the right skills to be successful at blackjack. He invested a lot of time and money in learning the game, which eventually paid off at the casino.

I remember us friends deciding to have a night out at the casino to relax after a long stressful week at work. After playing for a while, we decided to do some sports betting. Bob had no interest in that, and would rather spend his time at the tables. He scouted around and found an empty seat at the blackjack tables. He grabbed a seat and started playing. His investment in learning the game was now going to pay off. He was aware of the main objective of playing blackjack is to get the sum of two cards closer to 21. Keeping the basics of the game in mind, he started slow. He had read a few books on Blackjack before, and had also played before in the casino. All of a sudden he started going on a roll. He was hitting his cards, and started betting higher. He tipped his dealer well, and continued upping the ante until he was playing $1,000 hands of blackjack.

Before he knew he was a little over 100k of winnings when he just decided to call it quits. Bob is happy now. He still has his job—100k is not going to change his life, but it’s definitely nice to have that sitting in his bank earning interest.