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  By Lauri Ronkainen. Updated: 2021-09-07T08:49:17+0000

  Bojoko helps you play blackjack better. Blackjack is a game that combines skill and pure chance. You can’t influence Lady Luck, but there’s plenty you can learn in the skills department.

  Grasping the rules, learning the optimal way to play each situation and tipping the odds with card counting… That’s a tall order. However, we’ve built a free online blackjack simulator & trainer to help you achieve just that.

  Blackjack free play

  Free Blackjack Trainer by Bojoko is a perfect, free tool for both beginners and experienced blackjack players alike. This free blackjack simulator makes learning the basics and honing your skills much easier and cheaper than going head-to-head with a real dealer unprepared.

  Our blackjack simulator features:

  Practice mode with play money

  Basic strategy drill

  Card counting drill

  Rules tutorial

  Strategy chart

  Here’s what some of the players are saying:

  This app is great and there are real people who answer your questions! I emailed them to see how many decks the trainer is using. (It’s 8 by the way) And a real person emailed me back!! I haven’t been to a casino since late 2019 so this app is helping me get back in the groove for when all the masks and junk are over! You will really like all this app has to offer!

  Maggie W.

  In addition, we recommend checking out the most thorough blackjack guide online.

  You can play the complete version of the blackjack trainer online for free on your browser – desktop or mobile. Our blackjack simulator is HTML5 compatible so it works on practically any smart device, including iPad, iPhone, Mac, Android phone, tablet and PC.

  Alternatively, you can download our free blackjack app from Google Play or AppStore:

  Free Blackjack trainer for Android

  Free Blackjack trainer for iOS

  Below, we explain the features of the blackjack simulator in more detail.

  The blackjack practice play mode is the perfect way to learn the basics of blackjack for free and try out new strategies online. You start with a stack of 5,000 chips in play money. You can reset your wallet at any time by reloading the game.

  This blackjack practice game is part of our free downloadable blackjack software. You can also play it directly on your online browser here:

  Blackjack free play

  Choose your chip value

  1. Choose your chip value

  Click on the chips on the left-hand side. The selected chip is bigger than the others.

  Place your bets

  2. Place your bets

  Click on the bet area to place bets up to 500 chips. Click on DEAL to play the next hand.

  Make your moves

  3. Make your moves

  Depending on the cards dealt, you can HIT, STAND, DOUBLE or SPLIT.

  Play again

  4. Play again

  After each hand, you can play another round by blackjack trainer pressing REBET & DEAL, or adjust your bets.

  If you’re new to blackjack, you may want to check out the How to play blackjack chapter of our blackjack guide to learn the ropes.

  The blackjack basic strategy trainer game helps you practice blackjack strategy and play optimally, based on the mathematical probabilities of the game.

  This blackjack strategy trainer is available as a part of our downloadable free blackjack app or as a separate online version below:

  Basic strategy drill

  Before you start, you choose how many deals you play. You then get feedback from every decision you make. If you make a mistake, the trainer tells you what you should have done instead.

  Blackjack trainer basic strategy feedback

  You can click on the “i” button on the left-hand side of the screen to view the basic strategy chart at any time.

  You’ll also see a constantly updated accuracy percentage at the bottom left of the screen. After playing all deals, you’ll get a summary of the results, including areas of improvement.

  Blackjack trainer basic strategy results

  If you’re not yet familiar with the blackjack basic strategy or just need a quick refresher, we recommend checking out the Basic strategy section of our blackjack guide.

  The blackjack card counting trainer lets you practice the Hi-Lo count online at your own pace. This is a simple yet effective technique to keep track of the cards played and how they affect your chances of winning. As a result, you can change your betting strategy based on the current count.

  The card counting practice tool is part of our free online blackjack simulator software for iOS and Android. Alternatively, you can play the stand-alone card counting trainer game below:

  Card counting drill

  You start by choosing how often the game asks you the count and how many decks you want to count. For example, you can check the count after each hand or every 10 hands, and go through up to 8 decks.

  In the drill, you don’t need to play, you just count the card values. The game asks you the running count between hands, meaning you need to also keep track of the previous rounds. At the end of the drill, the game asks you the final count.

  Blackjack trainer card counting drill

  You can click on the “i” button on the left-hand side of the screen for more info and instructions for using the blackjack card counting trainer. This section also includes the card values and an example of using the card counting technique.

  You can also check out the Card counting chapter in our blackjack guide.

  In the rules section, we explain the basics of the game with intuitive examples and illustrations. You’ll learn:

  How a round of blackjack proceeds

  How card values work

  What moves can you make

  When you win or lose

  Blackjack simulator online rules

  You can access the strategy chart any time you’re using the blackjack trainer. It tells you whether you should hit or stand, double down or split your hand.

  You can view the basic strategy chart in the main menu of the app. The same chart is also available in the basic strategy drill by clicking the “i” button.

  We wanted to make the basic strategy chart very easy to use on mobile. That’s why it’s split into three tabs:

  Hard hands

  Soft hands


  TIP: Soft hands have an ace that can be counted as either 1 or 11 without going over 21, e.g. 8-A. Hard hands don’t feature an ace at all or it can be counted only as a 1, e.g. 7-7-A. Pairs have two cards with the same value, e.g. 7-7 or 10-Q.

  To know what you need to do in each situation, you need to compare your hand to the dealer’s hand.

  The player hands are on the left-hand side of the chart and the dealer hands are on the top. The statistically best move is at their intersection.

  EXAMPLE: Your cards have a total value of 14 and the dealer is showing a 7. You’ll need to find 14 on the left-hand side and 7 at the right. As you can see from the image below, you should hit.

  Blackjack simulator strategy chart

  Our blackjack trainer game and the basic strategy chart in it use the set of rules usually found in online blackjack:

  8 decks

  Dealer stands on all 17s

  You can double down on any initial hand

  One split per hand

  Split aces get only 1 card

  No double down after split

  No surrender

  These rules result in a house edge of 0.61% or an RTP of 99.39%.

  In the Online blackjack section of our guide, you’ll find the best casino sites to play blackjack for real money.

  Lauri Ronkainen

  Article by:

  Lauri Ronkainen

  Lauri is the Head of Content at Bojoko. He has worked in online gambling since 2016 reviewing hundreds of online casinos, bonuses and games. Lauri has a masters degree in history from the University of Tampere. He is a live casino aficionado who has also created his very own roulette strategy.

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