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View Full Version : Which math skills required? It's tough going! Math skills are important, but as long as you know basic math and can add quickly. I repeat - But don't play the punter's game for him!!!!

Perhaps there's a casino out there who would like to donate one blackjack math test dealers us? Some interesting responses here. Woobrad that method is a new to me.

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Extra long holiday for me till then! Good Luck!! Which casino you blackjack math test dealers for the interview at Pom??? Best of luck to you!! If you want to look good, learn your 8,11,17,35 multiplication tables from Have been trying to work out some sort of shortcut for calculating the blackjack payouts from 5 - in increments of 5.

I'm sure that you're aware that most casinos don't offer the ' expereience', but that is often what people believe until they set foot in the door of one!

Will find out in the next couple of weeks if I'm successful. Will just keep practicing and also learn the table I've written out!

Get a pack of cards and turn them over one by one until you get to 17 or over then start again. It won't blackjack math test dealers going in the bin any time soon ha ha Eventually they will or should, at least know all the tables parrot fashion but there's no harm having a little extra help during the early parts of the school.

So basically after passing the BJ test, you get to learn another major game that quick without even dealing your first major game on the main floor? Another one for you Woobrad. Beware the player spends the whole hand ,looking at his cards,when you do your pay and take he knows he has 18 and will tell you so,take your time and count it yourself,never believe them,if they are honest they still get it wrong alot of the time.

Cool - won't overdo it then! Blackjack math test dealers blackjack payouts from 1 - 9. UKP, I hope you do well. Tedious I know but it does get results. Wait for every call from the player, either verbally or visually according to your casino's procedures. There are also picture bets and after a few days training even those become simple.

Hi Ian About the 35 times table. Your math skills will improve and we also use 8, 11, 17 and 35 x tables learn't parrot fashion.

Already knowing how to play the games is always an advantage. If your maths isn't great it's a useful method. I can do mental addition, subtraction and multiplication, but what other math skills are required?

Have you started to learn your 'times tables' yet?. As for the you will never see anything looking like that unless it's from a tricky punter in London who just happened to bang all his smash on.

When you start, the best way is parrot fashion as stated earlier in the thread, so learn them ' 1 x 35 is 35, 2 x 35 is 70, 3 x 35 is ' and so on That way when you get a winning bet with multiple combinations, and you have 11 chips on the number 11 x 35you will know straight away that it is Don't forget, we've all been there too!!!

As the earlier replies have said check this out don't need to be Einstein or a rocket scientist to be a croupier. First two weeks are unpaid, s where we get trained up on black jack, then it's 10 weeks paid on either s or s schooled in various other games and 'live' training.

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Which casino is this that you are currently training at? You simply have to half the number of chips on the number and multiply it by 7 then add a 0. As long as you have a positive attitude towards the job at hand and a little enthusiasm you will do well. As said already in this thread. The purists of course would pay I would split it and pay and That way the lumpy inspector won't be asking me questions 5 minutes later about how much I paid ; Let us know how you do. I wouldn't worry too much about the BJ calculations during the first week tests, and I imagine that the bulk of those questions will be relatively simple. Nice one Witzend, the old 'half it and double it' method. As for AR, the 35 times table is simply your 7 times table. If you have 18 and pay a players 18 because they say 19,your floor will get very mad. Anyone know any good sites I can use to brush up my mental arithemetic on?