Blackjack card counting is one of the key strategies used by professional card players to decide the outcome of a hand. Many people think that blackjack card counting is an imaginary process where the player counts cards, but this is not true. In fact, the real deal is almost the same as regular card counting minus one more trick.

How many cards does the dealer have in blackjack? There is really only one answer to this question. As you may already know, the dealer always has seven cards to deal and the player has twenty-two. The dealer has one more card to spare. The answer is simply “At least seven”. This way of thinking may be the reason why many people do not notice that there are actually more cards dealt than twenty-two.

Blackjack card counting is actually a very complex game and it involves a lot of calculation and estimation. When you are playing a game, you have to calculate the probabilities and chances. And because card counting involves so many things, it is almost impossible for a normal person to keep track of everything.

The way to do card counting is to use a memory device known as a memory card or an advanced computer program. You install this software on your computer and feed it with the dealer’s cards, so that it can figure out the count. However, it cannot tell you how many cards the dealer has.

It can’t tell you whether the cards dealt were high or low. It can’t even tell you if one card was higher or lower than another card. All it can do is tell you how many cards are left. Now, this can all be figured out without the help of the dealer and no one else would be able to figure this out either. So, how many card counts does the dealer have in blackjack?

Well, since this is a game of calculation based on probability, we can safely say that the dealer has about fifty percent chance to get exactly twenty cards. Anything less is considered as acceptable by most experts and it can be assumed that the dealer has about twenty-five cards. Of course, there are some experts who estimate that the count of the cards is much higher than fifty percent. For those people, it doesn’t really matter how many cards the dealer has but what matters is the way the dealer keeps his cards.

Most experts say that a blackjack player who is careless about keeping his cards is as good as a fool. That is why most casinos insist that players keep count and account for all cards. If the casino allows players to count their cards, then the casino would be perfectly safe from card counting frauds because the casino would know beforehand which cards have been played and how many others have been played. On the other hand, if the player is careless about counting the cards, then the dealer has every opportunity to make a huge gain by knowing how many cards have been played.

On a side note, in any casino or bar, the dealer never deals with the cards once he has folded them. That is why it is always safe to keep an eye on the dealer’s behavior especially if the dealer has just dealt with a very large hand. How many times has the dealer thrown away cards when the hand is too weak or simply because he doesn’t feel comfortable with his hand? All we can say is that a dealer’s real strength and weakness are always known only after the game is over.