

FREE BLACKJACK STRATEGY  THE PERFECT STRATEGY
Blackjack is one of the most popular games in the world. Chances are you know how to play it, but chances also are that you don't know how to play it correctly. If you're a Blackjack fan, then you've heard about Basic Strategy, the universal strategy that minimizes the house edge to the point where skilled counters such as us can actually overcome the edge. But counting cards is extremely risky and sometimes does not work. They say that if you play regular Blackjack, you're an amateur, and we happen to agree.
WE GUARANTEE THIS SYSTEM WILL EARN YOU MONEY AT THE TESTED CASINO BELOW AND WE WILL COVER YOUR LOSSES (IF ANY). HOWEVER, WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THIS SYSTEM WILL WORK AT ANY OTHER CASINO, SO YOU PLAY ELSEWHERE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Very few people know about a simple variation of Blackjack, called Blackjack Switch, that, when played correctly, yields a Perfect Strategy that can give you the edge. Let us ask you this, have you ever even heard of Blackjack Switch? Probably not. Part of the reason for why few people know about this variation is because most Casinos don't offer it. There's a reason for that: Casinos are in the business to make money and this variation of Blackjack, when played correctly, actually gives the player the edge without having to count cards. The casinos that do offer it are betting that you don't know how to play it correctly, which is not easy to do. However, the Blackjack Switch game itself could not be simpler: it's exactly like regular Blackjack, but allows you to play 2 hands simultaneously. But here's the real kicker: Blackjack Switch actually allows you to do what is normally considered a classic cheating maneuver: switching cards between those two hands. The only catch is that a dealer 22 results in a push and Blackjack pays even money.
If you're confused, don't worry, you don't need to understand any of this to win because this System will do all of this for you. And if the benefit of this type of switching does not seem obvious to you, then consider the following: say your two hands dealt are a 10,10 and an A,A. A simple switch of the cards and you have A,10 and A,10, two Blackjacks paying you even money each! The key lies in knowing WHEN to switch. That's where this System comes in to play, it helps you play every hand using Perfect Strategy so you start winning consistently.
We're going to lead you through the rules of Blackjack Switch and how to actually beat it. Some of this is quite technical, so if you just want to skim through it and jump straight to the program at the bottom, feel more than free.
Blackjack Switch Rules (the technical stuff)
In Blackjack Switch, you are dealt two Blackjack hands against the same dealer card with the option of switching the 2nd card of each hand before any other cards are dealt. The following rules are followed in Blackjack Switch:
 All rules are based on conventional blackjack unless otherwise noted.
 Six decks are used.
 Dealer hits a soft 17.
 The player must make two bets of equal size.
 Cards will be dealt face up.
 The player may switch the 2nd card dealt to each hand. For example if one hand has 5,10 and the other has 10,6 the player may switch the 10 and 6 to have two hands of 11 and 20. The player may also switch cards to form a blackjack.
 Player may double on any 2 cards.
 Player may double after a split.
 Player may only split once.
 Winning player blackjacks pay even money.
 A dealer total of 22 will push against any player total of 21 or less. A player blackjack will still beat a dealer 22.
Blackjack Switch Basic Strategy (this is easier than it looks)
The Blackjack Switch Basic Strategy is a bit different from regular Basic Strategy due to the Dealer Push on 22 rule. This Basic Strategy chart tells you exactly how you should play every hand and depends on the cards you AND the dealer were dealt (player cards on the left, dealer cards on the top):
A Simple
Example
What do you do
if you are dealt a 3,6 against a Dealer 5?
Dealer Card 

Your Hand 

3
+ 6 = 9 
To find out
what to do, first look at the dealer card,
in this case a 5. Now you will concentrate
solely on the 5 column in the Basic Strategy
card above. To find out which row to look
at, simply add your cards up, 3
+ 6 = 9, so we will look at row 9. If
you confer with the card above, you will
notice that the cell in column 5, row 9 has
a 'D', which stands for "Double if allowed,
otherwise Hit." That's exactly how we play
that hand. This Basic Strategy is applicable
at all times, regardless of how many cards
have been dealt.

The Player's Advantage: To Switch or not to Switch (the hard part)
The Blackjack Switch Basic Strategy is not enough to give you an edge. You still need to know WHEN to switch, and THAT'S where the player's advantage lies, if done correctly and used in conjunction with the Basic Strategy outlined above. The switch decision is complicated, however. Sometimes it will be obvious but, at critical times, it will be next to impossible to guess what to do without thoroughly calculating and comparing your options. To help you out, we've provided a table with the exact Expected Return of each and every single possible combination of hands. The Expected Return is based on every single possibility that could occur with that hand. The player hand is along the left column and the dealer's up card along the top column. To figure out when to switch, simply add the Expected Returns of not switching and then of switching. If the sum of the Expected Returns of switching is greater than that of not switching, then you switch, otherwise you do not. In other words, you are always going to play the pair of hands with the greatest Expected Return.
A Simple
Example
You are
dealt a 2,6 and a 4,8 against a Dealer 9, with the option of
switching the 6 and 8, as shown below:
Dealer Card 

Hand 1 

Hand 2 



2
+ 6 = 8 

4
+ 8 = 12 
The
questions is: which is better, an 8 hand and 12
hand, or switching the 6 and 8 and having two 10 hands against a 9.
To find the Expected Return of NOT switching,
we add the cells of the table above
corresponding to the 2,6 x 9 and the 4,8 x
9. To find those cells, we simply add the
cards, 2+6 = 8 and 4 + 8 = 12, so we add the
8 x 9 and 12 x 9 cells together: 0.2526 + 0.3734 = .626
(confer above in the table). In other words,
you have two losing hands each with a negative expected
return at this point which, together, have
an even lower Expected Return. Now, if we switch the
6 and the 8,
we get a 2,8 and 4,6 both equaling 10:
Dealer Card 

Hand 1 

Hand 2 



2
+ 8 = 10 

4
+ 6 = 10 
In order to find the
Expected Return of Switching, we add the 10 x
9 cell twice since we have two 10 hands:
0.0723 + 0.0723 = 0.1446. In other words, you
now have two winning hands each with a
positive Expected Return, which together
give you an even bigger Expected Return.
Since the Expected Return of switching is
higher, you would switch the cards in this
case. You just went
from having a very bad losing game to having a winning one!
To an
experienced player, the switch decision in
the previous example may have been obvious since a 10
hand against a 9 is "clearly" better than
either an 8 or 12 hand due to the
possibility of getting Blackjack. But what about
a 2,8 and 10,9 against a dealer 2? It
would take a very experienced and
mathematicallygifted player to calculate
that one without looking at the table (the
answer is NOT to switch).

Blackjack Switch Switching Strategy 
Dealer 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
A 
Player 
5 
0.2699 
0.1888 
0.1506 
0.1108 
0.0711 
0.1565 
0.2214 
0.2975 
0.3952 
0.5506 
6 
0.284 
0.2009 
0.1624 
0.1225 
0.0807 
0.1894 
0.2523 
0.3253 
0.4185 
0.568 
7 
0.2556 
0.1723 
0.1342 
0.0938 
0.0546 
0.1166 
0.2561 
0.3268 
0.4105 
0.5802 
8 
0.1696 
0.0882 
0.0516 
0.0152 
0.0195 
0.0351 
0.1047 
0.2526 
0.3466 
0.5216 
9 
0.0719 
0.0084 
0.0399 
0.0752 
0.137 
0.1253 
0.0539 
0.0956 
0.2578 
0.4256 
10 
0.0616 
0.2242 
0.2827 
0.343 
0.3977 
0.2728 
0.171 
0.0723 
0.0944 
0.3164 
11 
0.1752 
0.3341 
0.3885 
0.4441 
0.4959 
0.337 
0.2295 
0.1151 
0.0104 
0.2657 
12 
0.3561 
0.3002 
0.2778 
0.2524 
0.2104 
0.2488 
0.3064 
0.3734 
0.454 
0.5945 
13 
0.4027 
0.3436 
0.2981 
0.2542 
0.2106 
0.3027 
0.3562 
0.4126 
0.4927 
0.6229 
14 
0.4389 
0.3435 
0.2987 
0.2544 
0.2106 
0.3534 
0.3973 
0.4549 
0.5292 
0.6497 
15 
0.438 
0.3434 
0.2987 
0.2549 
0.2116 
0.3939 
0.4402 
0.4941 
0.563 
0.6748 
16 
0.4385 
0.3443 
0.2993 
0.2555 
0.2134 
0.4331 
0.4759 
0.5259 
0.5906 
0.6954 
17 
0.3079 
0.2174 
0.176 
0.1378 
0.0988 
0.1737 
0.4451 
0.4788 
0.5155 
0.7004 
18 
0.0414 
0.0405 
0.0709 
0.1024 
0.1313 
0.3341 
0.0437 
0.2427 
0.2912 
0.4994 
19 
0.2266 
0.2983 
0.3179 
0.3441 
0.3616 
0.5508 
0.5313 
0.2264 
0.0672 
0.212 
20 
0.4829 
0.5459 
0.5587 
0.5752 
0.5874 
0.7074 
0.7304 
0.6995 
0.3847 
0.0757 
A,2 
0.09 
0.021 
0.0106 
0.0441 
0.0774 
0.075 
0.0103 
0.0725 
0.2059 
0.4075 
A,3 
0.1231 
0.0449 
0.0116 
0.0224 
0.0573 
0.0332 
0.0238 
0.109 
0.2368 
0.43 
A,4 
0.1471 
0.0663 
0.0338 
0.001 
0.0371 
0.0056 
0.0665 
0.1477 
0.2688 
0.4542 
A,5 
0.1681 
0.0869 
0.0534 
0.0184 
0.0242 
0.0474 
0.1066 
0.1855 
0.3022 
0.4786 
A,6 
0.147 
0.0653 
0.0319 
0.0105 
0.0769 
0.0039 
0.1184 
0.1904 
0.2961 
0.4926 
A,7 
0.0394 
0.045 
0.0767 
0.1203 
0.1796 
0.3369 
0.0479 
0.1426 
0.2486 
0.4511 
A,8 
0.2276 
0.3028 
0.3226 
0.3474 
0.3638 
0.5519 
0.536 
0.231 
0.07 
0.2178 
A,9 
0.484 
0.5494 
0.5606 
0.5772 
0.5887 
0.7092 
0.7308 
0.7027 
0.3858 
0.0683 
A,10 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
0.9255 
0.6922 
A,A 
0.1841 
0.3435 
0.3982 
0.4539 
0.5083 
0.3538 
0.2471 
0.1303 
0.0734 
0.3834 
2,2 
0.2548 
0.175 
0.1386 
0.0809 
0.0076 
0.1122 
0.1925 
0.2712 
0.3723 
0.5341 
3,3 
0.2841 
0.2022 
0.1619 
0.108 
0.0167 
0.169 
0.2524 
0.3251 
0.4185 
0.568 
4,4 
0.1693 
0.0882 
0.0508 
0.0136 
0.0219 
0.0367 
0.1036 
0.2524 
0.3459 
0.5206 
5,5 
0.063 
0.2255 
0.285 
0.3488 
0.4064 
0.2775 
0.1719 
0.0718 
0.0946 
0.3163 
6,6 
0.3573 
0.3001 
0.2592 
0.172 
0.0792 
0.2536 
0.3102 
0.3758 
0.4564 
0.5964 
7,7 
0.4363 
0.2908 
0.2082 
0.123 
0.0375 
0.2061 
0.4026 
0.4611 
0.5367 
0.6551 
8,8 
0.3168 
0.1276 
0.0523 
0.0195 
0.0952 
0.0965 
0.1984 
0.5056 
0.5906 
0.6952 
9,9 
0.0395 
0.0432 
0.0948 
0.1642 
0.2286 
0.3362 
0.1104 
0.1926 
0.2881 
0.4991 
10,10 
0.4829 
0.5459 
0.5587 
0.5752 
0.5874 
0.7074 
0.7304 
0.6995 
0.3847 
0.0757 
Blackjack Switch Perfect Strategy (putting it all together)
So we've seen the Basic Strategy for playing the Blackjack Switch rules and now know how to calculate whether to Switch or not. Either of these alone is not enough to make us win, though. But putting these two together, however, gives us an edge over the house! All you have to do to keep winning consistently at Blackjack Switch is:
 Determine correctly whether to switch or not at the beginning of every game as per the table above.
 Play each hand according to the Blackjack Switch Basic Strategy given before.
Doing this will give you the most Perfect Strategy that exists today for Blackjack! Think about it. With Blackjack Switch you get to play two hands simultaneously, so it's twice the fun. You get to Switch cards, which gives you twice the advantage. And now, you can play Perfect Strategy, which gives you twice the wins! There is absolutely no reason you would ever want to play any other Blackjack game (even regular BJ) at a Casino that offers Blackjack Switch as it is the ONLY Blackjack game that gives the player the edge without having to count cards.
Download the Blackjack Wizard program that calculates everything for you automatically using the Perfect Strategy described above to ensure you win as much as mathematically possible. You don't have to worry about looking up tables to figure out what to do. This program actually does it all for you in seconds. All you need to do is tell it what cards you were dealt.
The program uses a smart balance tracker combined with a powerful, unique progression to give you the edge and maximize your wins. You will not lose with this Perfect Strategy because you literally have the mathematical edge over the house. This is hands down the best Blackjack System we have ever tried.
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Our Team's Analysis
This particular analysis was a bit simpler than the others because most Online Casinos do not offer Blackjack Switch (and that's for a reason!). However, we tracked down the few Casinos that actually did, and rigorously tested each one by running the Blackjack Wizard program 10,000 times at each Casino to determine which one performed best, which we have taken the liberty of already opening for you in a new window. As usual, the way we measure the success is by how much of an edge the System gave us:
The red line above is where the middle (average) of the data set (in black) should be. The green line is where it actually lies, and represents a 4.63% bias (edge) as can be seen on the yaxis.
Note: We test every Casino once a month and update the table above accordingly to ensure our results are always uptodate.
