We can conclude that based on the analysis of 9,000 simulated hands of Blackjack; we have a 99.8% return through our decisions made – improved from 97% and of course, play it badly and you will lose more!
Now let us tidy up the outputs. Where we take more cards, we determine this as Hit or “H”, or take a card. Stick as “S”. Double Down as “D”. Split as “P”. Surrender as “U”. Soft as “O”. Hard is treated as normal. This is the next Table 13:
Now lets group this in to a memorable summary in Table 14.
The final table, compared to a variety of others, may appear to be slightly cautious but it maximises our strategy. Ultimately with a 99.8% return is what you will tend to over a long period of time. Going in and out of games, or altering stakes will vary this amount. Knowing when will always be the key.