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  Have you ever wanted to try your luck at a casino? Dreamed about playing a perfect hand? While there are no guarantees, with a little advice and some practice, you can walk away a winner…if you play your cards right.

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  Recently, I visited the Graton Resort & Casino in Sonoma County, California. Like many first-timers, I was a little intimidated and confused by the different gaming tables and myriad slot/gaming machines. Luckily for me, they havea a dealers class. It’s a mini-version of the school taken by future dealers, and it was a definite eye-opener. Led by Brian Rogers, Graton’s resident blackjack expert, I learned enough to play with confidence, even though the game was new to me. Rogers has over 30 years’ experience in the gaming industry, working in Atlantic City, Las Vegas and now at Graton. Before Graton opened in 2013, Rogers trained over 800 people in the area to work as dealers. He continues to manage the on-site dealer school and assist with table games operation.

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  Greeting us with a winning smile, Brian assured us that we were in for a great time. Of all the games and slots offered in the casino, blackjack, he told us, has some of the best odds for the player. A skilled blackjack player has an almost even chance of winning against the house. “Theoretically, out of every 100 hands played, the house (on average) wins 55 against a skilled player, but the cards don’t know that so many times you win way more than you lose,” Brian said. “Blackjack is one of the easiest games to learn and with a little practice, you can master basic strategy and better your chances of winning.” It is also a very social game, so if you’re out to have fun, it’s one of the best games to play. Brian is a “people person” and he claims that this personality type makes the best dealers because they can easily relate to the players and make them feel comfortable, which is important in a people-oriented business like a casino. Anxious to learn about the game, I asked Brian to give his 5 best tips for playing blackjack and some do’s and don’ts for first time players.

  Learn Basic Strategy and stick to it. The player should always assume that the card they can’t see is a 10 and statistically, the odds are high that it is. Cards 2-9 are counted as face value, but 10, jack, queen and king are all worth 10 points. Aces are special, they can be used as either a 1 or an 11. If you aren’t sure about what to play, you can use basic strategy charts—cards that tell you the optimal way to play any given hand. The chart will tell you the best time to hit, stand, double-down and split. This never guarantees you will win, but it greatly improves your odds. You can find these charts online and you can buy pocket cards that most casinos will allow you to use while you’re playing. There are also fun apps that you can download to play and practice on your phone. Remember to use hand signals to tell the dealer what you want to do. Dealers aren’t allowed to take verbal directions from the players on their hands. If you want the dealer to “hit your hand” (deal another card), use your hand to “scratch” the table between you and your cards. If you want to “stand” (keep the cards you have and not get any more), just hold your hand perpendicular to the table top and wave it from side to side, palm down, like you are waving goodbye to the table top, without moving your arm. If you want to double-down put chips up equal to or less than your original bet and use one finger to get one card or if you want to play a split, put chips up equal to your original bet and make a “peace-sign” with your fingers and extend it towards the cards, without touching them.Always double your bet when your first two cards total 11 and always split pairs of aces and 8’s…remember, you are betting on getting a 10.Never split 10-value cards or a pair of 5’s. Two 5’s should be played like a 10. Two 5’s might result in two 15’s, while playing two 5’s as a 10 you have a good chance of getting a 10, resulting in a 20 when you are hit.Blackjack flows in streaks. If you are on a winning streak (3 or more hands in a row), Brian recommends you raise your bet a little to maximize your profits while the streak lasts. When you start losing, lower your bet again. Most people make the mistake of playing too long before they cash in. If you want to walk away with money, choose a goal or a set amount to spend and when you have doubled that amount or reached your goal, cash your chips in and walk away. Resist the urge to keep playing because if you do, your luck can change and you can give it all back to the house.Be sure to sign up for any rewards program the casino offers. The casinos award points for how long you play and how much money you bet, they are not based on how much you win, so if you don’t sign up for the rewards, you are literally leaving money on the table. Tamra Bolton (Tamra Bolton)

  Important Do’s and Don’ts for First Time Players

  DO’s

  Select a low minimum bet game ($5 or $10) and don’t be shy about telling your dealer you are a beginner. A good dealer will help you learn to play, they want you to win, but they can’t play your hand for you…only make suggestions.“Toke” or tip your dealer from time to time during the game. Like bartenders and waiters, dealers get most of their income from the tips they earn on the game. You can either bet for the dealer by placing a chip on the front line of your betting circle (printed on the table). If your hand wins, the “toke” gets paid just like your bet, so the dealer wins too. You can also just hand in a tip for the dealer anytime you like. Also, it’s good blackjack etiquette to tip for good service too, not just when you’re winning.Most importantly, set a goal or a limit for yourself and stop playing once you reach that goal. My personal rule is: If I double my original buy-in (dollar amount), I will quit playing and cash out.Blackjack is a very social game. Introduce yourself to everyone at the table when you join and enjoy yourself.Remember, it’s just a game…have fun!

  DON’Ts

  Don’t gamble more than you can easily afford to lose. Set a budget and once that’s gone, stop playing and enjoy the other amenities at the casino like restaurants, shops and if available, the spa and salon.Don’t let other players tell you how to play, even if it’s your first time. Everyone should play their own hand however they wish. Don’t allow others to intimidate you.Unless you are on a game where the cards are pitched to the players, do not touch your cards or your bets once the hand has started. The dealer will assist you, if you need help in any way.Electronic devices (cell phones, tablets, etc.) are not permitted on a live game table. Do not place your phone or any bulky items, such as sweaters, coats, etc. on the playing table at any time…not even on the edge. Tamra Bolton (Tamra Bolton)

  Now that you know the basics, when is the right time to join a game in progress? On most games where a dealer is using a “shoe” you can join a game anytime. (A shoe is a device used mainly in casinos to hold multiple decks of cards – it is called a shoe because the early versions resembled a woman’s high heeled shoe.) Find a spot you like, grab that seat and place your money on the table over the betting spot printed on the cloth. The dealer will convert it to gaming chips, and then you are ready to play. If you are joining a double or single deck game, most casinos require you to wait until the dealer shuffles to join in. Look for a small sign that says “No Mid-Round Entry”, this is a policy utilized as a courtesy to other players who sometimes find it annoying to have players jumping in and out of the game. In this case, go ahead and find a seat, get your money out, the dealer will change it to gaming chips when they do the next shuffle. After that, you’re all set to play. If you see a blank plastic card in the shoe, it is called a plug. It is put there to ensure that the last card in the shoe cannot be seen by the players.

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  Gaming, especially blackjack, can be exciting and lots of fun. “Many times I have seen strangers sit down at a table and after playing awhile, they all become friends,” Brian says. “It’s an incredible way to meet new people and have a great time.”

  I will always remember Brian’s excellent advice, “If you view gaming as a form of recreation and entertainment, you will have a good time.”

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