#2. When is it possible to take "insurance" in blackjack?
#3. The game of blackjack is also known as...
#4. Who published the first optimal basic strategy based on sound mathematics.
#5. You have a hand that totals 2. You should always...
#6. What is the normal (traditional) payoff when a player gets a blackjack?
#7. What does it mean to have a blackjack?
#8. Should you always take even money when you have a blackjack and the dealer has an Ace up.
#9. Let's say you have a pair of 3s. The dealer has a Ten valued card up. You manage to see (maybe by accident) that the dealer's hole card is a 7. How should you play your hand?
#10. Is "late surrender" better for the player than "early surrender"?
#11. Assume a 6-deck game, double after splits allowed, soft-17 rule and blackjacks pay 6 to 5. You are betting $100 / hand and just played 100 hands. We know that the player will receive a blackjack once every 21 hands (approximately). How much will the player lose (in the long run) simply because of the 6 to 5 rule (compared with a normal 3 to 2 payoff)?
#12. Assume a 6-deck game with the S-17 rule and you are head's up with the dealer who shows a 10 upcard. It is the first hand out of the shoe and you have a 7-5. You hit the hand and end up with 7-5-4. You should:
#13. Which of the following is true.
#14. You are playing in a face-up 6-deck game in a Las Vegas Strip casino. What is wrong with this picture?
#15. How often can you expect to receive a natural 21 on the first 2 cards - also called a blackjack?
#16. Which dealer's up-card(s) will cause her (or him) to bust more than 50% of the time?