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J. See jack.

Jack of Diamondsjack. (J). One of four 10-valued cards in a standard deck of playing cards.

Jackpot. See Blackjack Jackpot.

Jackpot Party With Lucky George. A blackjack side bet from Bally Technologies.  According to their literature:a side bet that considers your first two cards. If the cards are a suited value of 20 or you have at least one Jack of spades, you win. The top award pays when you have two Jacks of spades and the dealer has a blackjack. To begin each round, make a standard blackjack wager and optional Jackpot Party wager. The dealer then follows house procedures for blackjack. Once you have two cards, the dealer settles the Jackpot Party wagers. If you have a suited 20 or a Jack of spades, they win according to the paytable. If your first two cards are not a suited 20 or a Jack of spades, you lose the Jackpot Party wager.  Lucky George payouts are paid to the dealer when you get one of the winning hands.
https://www.ballytech.com/Table-Products/Table-Games/Blackjack-Side-Bets/Jackpot-Party-with-Lucky-George ]

Jacobs, Steve.  A well respected blackjack expert and frequent major contributor, if not the pioneer, of the online user group rec.gambling.blackjack.

Jacobson, Eliot.  Provides consulting services for the casino industry.  From his bio, “received his Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of Arizona in 1983. Eliot was Professor of Mathematics at Ohio University from 1983 to 1998, where he was undergraduate chair from 1990 to 1994. He was Visiting Associate Professor and Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara from 1998 to 2009. Eliot has over twenty research publications in mathematics appearing in major international journals. In 2009, Eliot retired from academia.”  Eliot created the site apheat.net, an excellent resource all serious players should visit. Author of the excellent book Advanced Advantage PlayUpdate: apheat has been purchased by 888casino, however, much of the information by Eliot Jacobson is still available.
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http://jacobsongaming.com/ ] [ https://apheat.net/ ] [ https://www.888casino.com/blog/apheat/all-apheat-posts/ ]

Jacques Noir Count. {PCS/L?} TBD
[78 Archer The Archer Method of Winning at 21]

Jalib, Abdul. aka Abdul Jalib M’Hall.  See Michael Hall.

Janecek, Karel. (Born July 26, 1973) Wikipedia calls Janecek a  mathematician, entrepreneur, anti-corruption campaigner and philanthropist.  We know him as the author of the outstanding software Statistical Blackjack Analyzer (SBA).  Janecek, along with Brett Harris and others, contributed to the development of what has become known as ‘optimal betting theory’ or Kelly criterion betting, and the discovery that it is possible to calculate a true count for “unbalanced” counting systems.  Karel Janecek lives in the Czech Republic.
[ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karel_Janecek ]
http://www.kareljanecek.com/cs-CZ/blog ]

Jenson, Lee. Advantage player and winner of the 2016 “Grosjean Cup” at Max Rubin’s annual Blackjack Ball.
[ http://www.maxrubin.com/ball_past_winners.html ]
[ http://www.lasvegasadvisor.com/bob_dancer/2016/0209.cfm ]
[ https://www.apstreet.com/ ]

Johnson, Don. (B1962) A professional gambler, blackjack player and former corporate executive, who beat Atlantic City casinos for over $15 million during a six-month period in 2011.  Johnson exploited loss rebates at blackjack to gain a significant advantage over the casino.  Johnson was inducted into the Blackjack Hall of Fame in 2017.
[ 2015 Jacobson Advanced Advantage Play 420]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_Johnson_(gambler) ]
[ https://www.888casino.com/blog/burning-down-the-house-the-amazing-story-of-don-johnson/ ]
[ https://www.888casino.com/blog/blackjack-tips/don-johnson-2-how-he-beat-blackjack/ ]
[ http://www.americancasinoguide.com/blackjack/inside-scoop-on-the-2015-blackjack-ball.html ]

joint. Slang for a casino.

joint bankroll. An arrangement between two or more players to combine their monies and gamble jointly, wagering from the total amount and sharing the wins and losses.

joker. 1) Acronym for one or more jokers are in the pack.  2) Two cards in a new pack of cards and typically with a drawing of the jester. These cards are of no value in casino blackjack and are removed before the remaining 52-card deck is used. In social games the joker is often used as the cut card. Casinos have also offered blackjack with jokers as wild cards. If the dealer got a joker, it was burned. The player who got a joker as a hit card had to specify its value before another card was dealt.  PA = 4.2% per joker per deck.
[92 Wong Basic Blackjack]

Jones, Colin.  Co-founder of the Blackjack Apprenticeship web site and a team leader for the Church TeamFrom his web site, “I have played on all levels, from testing it out as a hobby, to traveling around the globe as a full-time professional (and, of course, by “full-time” we mean 40 hours A MONTH), to running a multi-million dollar blackjack team with 30+ players, investors, and middle management.”  See Ben Crawford.
[ https://www.blackjackapprenticeship.com/ ]
[ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HjwzJyCQlQ ]
[ http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/10/sports/a-card-counting-mix-of-bibles-blackjack-and-cash.html?_r=0 ]

Joseph, Mike.  Author of the excellent Beat a Cheat instructional video on cheating at cards and dice.
http://www.blackjackreview.com/wp/encyclopedia/other-videos/#MikeJoseph ]

junket. A group of gamblers brought into the casino, often with transportation and/or accommodation subsidies. See comp.
[8/86 Getting the Most Out Of Junkets GT]

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