Perhaps it's a dumb question for more experienced players, but I've searched for the source of this claim, that most card counting in blackjack is based on, but have never found it. More high cards than low in a shoe would tend to lead to higher ranked hands for anyone playing including the dealer would it not? How do you know it won't just help the dealer in some scenarios, like one on one, etc? Is it simply a belief or did someone at some point run billions of simulations and find it to be generally true that more high cards will benefit the players more than the dealer?
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As for the source of that claim, I'm not entirely sure, but I do know that there's a common strategy in blackjack that involves counting cards and keeping track of the high cards remaining in the deck. I don't want to come across as promoting any particular betting office, but I have heard of w88 before, and I believe they offer various resources and tips for players who are interested in improving their blackjack skills. At the end of the day, it's important to remember that blackjack is ultimately a game of chance and luck, so it's always a good idea to play responsibly and within your means.