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Master the basic strategy of blackjack. A good player should always remember the principles of this technique and apply it in considering the type of card game used by a given casino. Even if you have some "hunches" during the casino game, it is best to put your trust in the basic strategy whose reliability is well established. Do not underestimate the dealer. During a game of Black Jack, you play against the dealer, also called dealer.

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Managing Your Hand in Pai Gow

Pai Gow is a gambling game that has its roots in China. Unlike most table games, Pai Gow is play with a set of 32-dominoes rather than a pack of 52-cards. Dominoes are bulkier than cards, so how do you view your hand whilst also protecting it from the view of others, and also how do you stop yourself from stealing glances at other playerís hands?

When playing Pai Gow in a live setting you will be surprised at how relaxed everything is. Some players take a keen interest in protecting their hand and others donít. Itís difficult not to glance at other peopleís hands and not many people make a big deal out of it, so donít worry unnecessarily, as long as you are not deliberately looking at them in order to gain an unfair advantage.

Despite Pai Gow dominoes being bulkier than playing cards, they are much smaller in stature. This means that they are quite easy to view, and to protect, should you be unduly concerned about your opponents seeing your hand. If you have played Pot Limit Omaha (PLO) then the odds are you will be used to viewing more than a pair of cards at any one time, and this will help you when playing Pai Gow.

One thing you must not do is to turn your dominoes face up until everyone has set his or her hand. This is considered very bad etiquette. Beginners are advised to take their time and finish setting their hand last. Then before playing it, check with the dealer to make sure you have set your hand correctly before showing it to the rest of the table.