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If you rotate your seed pair, you can click on “verify bet” to see all of the cards that were going to be played. This way, you can see what you would have pulled if you did hit, or if you didn’t bust. I find this very useful and it is better than what many casinos out there can offer.

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BlackJack is a very fun game. I can’t say that this is my favorite casino game. For example, I like the slots more. But blackjack made me laugh a thousand times  :) I got incredible cards in the game session. Sometimes it seemed to me that I would lose 100%. For example, once I received 5 or 6 cards and the result was the number 15. All cards turned out to be with a small face value. The bet was big and I was sure that blackjack would gobble up the coins :) I didn’t take another card (I was sure that “10” would come), waved my hand and waited for the dealer to play. I was very surprised, laughed for a long time, when the dealer had too much :) yes, he lost, and I won. There were a lot of such cases. Blackjack lets you have some fun  :)

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On 2/3/2020 at 8:01 PM, Thepug said:

If you rotate your seed pair, you can click on “verify bet” to see all of the cards that were going to be played. This way, you can see what you would have pulled if you did hit, or if you didn’t bust.

To be honest, I saw your information, but I couldn't see what you said.
Does it really work? Because I tried and couldn't look at all the possible cards in the deck that would have come.

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On 2/3/2020 at 6:01 PM, Thepug said:

If you rotate your seed pair, you can click on “verify bet” to see all of the cards that were going to be played. This way, you can see what you would have pulled if you did hit, or if you didn’t bust. I find this very useful and it is better than what many casinos out there can offer.

yeah but it would become useless if you have to rotate your seed because you would be on a new seed. I think it can be useful to see the dealers hand at the end to get a better feel on what the next dealer hands will be. I really hope they add this in sometime it would make blackjack less frustrating sometimes having to make hard guesses in regards to the dealers hands. 

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That's the only thing that annoys me about stake card games is the fact you have to change you see to verify the bet.  So if I want to see the dealer underneath card or the cards that would have come out afterwards.  I have to change my seed.

This is the first site I have seen with such a silly requirement.  I vote we need to force Stake to remove this silly rule and allow us to see the verified bet.  Otherwise it's not prov fair if you can't verify the bets as you go.  Stake is basically running scared we might figure out the system or something along those lines.  Which really we can't because we'd have to know the server seed and that should rotate every round anywho.

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7 minutes ago, windblade said:

That's the only thing that annoys me about stake card games is the fact you have to change you see to verify the bet.  So if I want to see the dealer underneath card or the cards that would have come out afterwards.  I have to change my seed.

This is the first site I have seen with such a silly requirement.  I vote we need to force Stake to remove this silly rule and allow us to see the verified bet.  Otherwise it's not prov fair if you can't verify the bets as you go.  Stake is basically running scared we might figure out the system or something along those lines.  Which really we can't because we'd have to know the server seed and that should rotate every round anywho.

I play on stake 1 year and 2,3 months. I think stake is a fair site because I make so many times small to very big like 10k dogecoin to 850k dogecoin and so many other big successful season. Some time I lose so much but this is not mean site not fair.

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Well but hiding cards on purpose until you rotate client seeds is also unfair on the player.  A person should be able to end there hand and actually be able to verify the bet without any additional requirements to verify said hand.

I have played blackjack on 4 other sites with the same setup and none of the site programmers require a seed change to see the deck and the hand result.  Just seems silly we have to rotate our seed to see the dealers full hand and see the rest of the deck.

The only way that the not be able to see the rest of the deck part would make sense in my head.  Is if the next 4 cards are my next hand.  Then I could see it , but every time you hit deal.  Your dealt cards from a fresh deck.  So I can't see how revealing the full hand and the rest of the deck is an issue?

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I suppose this would be a good addition for those who feel that being able to see the dealers card even when you have already busted firsthand which would not change the result in any way might increase what some players feel is full transparency but typically this is just how it is for a lot of casinos too to not show the dealers card when the player already bust first.

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The reason that stake doesn’t show the hand is because it’s completely unnecessary since you lost before the dealer played. The reason that it is shown in normal settings is because that is one of 312 if playing with a 6 deck shoe or 416 if playing a 8 deck shoe. Someone above said that they should show it because it would make them know what to do in future hands. The way stake is set up though, it has no effect on any future hands and would be pointless to show any way. Every stake card that is dealt is basically out a 52 card deck but after they deal it to you it gets immediately replicated and thrown back into the deck. So if you need a 5 but you already have one in your hand, instead of it being a 5.9% chance of being one of the three remaining, if we assume for this scenario that it’s the only card that’s been dealt, in a 51 card remaining deck, it actually remains at 4 out of 52 chance equaling 7.7%. Every card that is ever dealt in stakes blackjack is basically immediately cloned and put back into the deck. In theory, you and the dealer could pull 10 straight ace of clubs then a 2 (to avoid automatic settlement at 21) then 9 straight ace of clubs for a total of 38 aces of clubs on the board. Which sounds ridiculous but an infinite deck means that cards that are “out of the deck” act as if they aren’t even in play.

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No need if you strongly believe that this place is transparent and clean when talking about bets.  If you play by the books you have to be certain that statistics works as they should and for this you doesn´t need to see the dealers hand.  What makes for me blackjack in Stake so difficult is the fact that you are gambling against unlimited amount of deck of cards, and is not like live casinos where there is a limit for the deck of cards.  

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In real-life casino if all players on the table bust before the dealer reveals his hand then it is a game over and a new hand is dealt. That rule also applies here. Since we are playing against the dealer one-on-one, if you bust, then a nee shuffle is dealt. If you still insist to see the dealer cards then do what @Thepug suggested. If you will ask me, it won't make any more difference in knowing the dealer's hand after a loss as it will only give you a feeling of disappointment and integrity doubts.

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On 2/4/2020 at 1:01 AM, Thepug said:

If you rotate your seed pair, you can click on “verify bet” to see all of the cards that were going to be played. This way, you can see what you would have pulled if you did hit, or if you didn’t bust. I find this very useful and it is better than what many casinos out there can offer.

to much of a work xD 

i would like to see the cart without doign this but instead it reveal it self after u bust xD way bettter 

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On 4/4/2020 at 12:19 AM, Aiza824 said:

In real-life casino if all players on the table bust before the dealer reveals his hand then it is a game over and a new hand is dealt. That rule also applies here. Since we are playing against the dealer one-on-one, if you bust, then a nee shuffle is dealt. If you still insist to see the dealer cards then do what @Thepug suggested. If you will ask me, it won't make any more difference in knowing the dealer's hand after a loss as it will only give you a feeling of disappointment and integrity doubts.

Dealer still show their under card to keep deck integrity. Before they open a table they fan out all 6 or 8 decks. Showing the card is essentially saying they aren’t hiding anything. With stake, since there are no decks, it doesn’t matter what the under card is because it isn’t one of x amount of that type of cards. It’s one of unlimited amount of that type of card. They are doing you a favor by not showing you because your next decision shouldn’t be influenced by a card that doesn’t matter that was underneath 

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