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As long as you know these, you will be able to pay any size blackjack bet in any currency. Will find out in the next couple of weeks if I'm successful. There are also picture bets and after a few days training even those become simple. PM if you want to know who this is! As for adding up the cards, everyone was right. Learn blackjack payouts from 1 - 9. Tedious I know but it does get results. 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 35 , you will know straight away that it is Don't forget, we've all been there too!!! Cool - won't overdo it then! The usual mess starts with bj5 pays 7. It won't be 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. Any other stuff I should learn? 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. Do your training first and take it from there! As long as you have a positive attitude towards the job at hand and a little enthusiasm you will do well. I would say Richy's advice might be good for an intermediate or experienced dealer, who has learned how to react or not react, rather on the table. Which casino you going for the interview at Pom??? That's got to be Nick isn't it? Hi there Try this for size, it works with my trainees. Have you started to learn your 'times tables' yet?. I repeat - But don't play the punter's game for him!!!! As said already in this thread. Yup that's what I'm doing, but half is easier said than done with no paper and pen! 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! Extra long holiday for me till then! My lot get that for homework on their first week. I think it best to go into this industry with your eyes wide open, and have no 'real world' preconceptions about it. Good luck mate, it is an amazing industry with many rewards if you play the game right no pun intended. Thanks for the help and advice everyone has posted. If I were you, I wouldn't go near a casino as a player until after you have been trained, and even then I would have reservations about doing so! 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. Wait for every call from the player, either verbally or visually according to your casino's procedures. Anyone know any good sites I can use to brush up my mental arithemetic on? Woobrad that method is a new to me. Good Luck!!

View Full Version : Which math learn more here required? Hello ukp, Good luck with the interview and don't be late because good timekeeping is very very important.

I've got the job, but don't start until September 4th. Not always quicker, but might help. A very usueful tip is if they're punting colour at 1 and placing almost a full bank on each spin give them a stack of math skills for casino dealers with their payout instead of 4 Ponies or a That however is a little bit more advanced.

You simply math skills for casino dealers to half the number of chips on the number and multiply it by 7 then add a 0. As the earlier replies have said you don't need to be Einstein or a rocket scientist to be a croupier. Once it's there it won't leave you.

Personally I don't like them as mentioned in a previous post because in my opinion, it can make dealers lazy and their chip handling seems to suffer as a result.

Trouble is, some of them don't know their 7 times tables either About chipping machines, no we don't have them at the college. A good chunk of it is shortcuts and memory. Also remember that this is a customer focused industry, so let your personality shine through at all times.

Schooled in various other games? As for AR, the 35 times table is simply your 7 times table. You'll only need to use it for a little while until the maths sinks in. Do you have chipping machines on all the AR tables or are you teaching them to deal properly?

If your maths isn't great it's a useful method. I math skills for casino dealers Sydney is doing one right now The math was stupidly easy! Will just keep practicing and also learn the table I've written out! The worst things you will see very often,is Practise your counting and lear to roll your ace.

I've not done Maths since GCSE some 6 years ago, and want to know what the best areas are to brush up on if I get the job and start off on Blackjack. Your math skills will improve and we also use 8, 11, 17 and 35 x tables learn't parrot fashion. Having said that, one chipping machine would be beneficial, if only to teach the students how they work, filling and emptying, basic maintenance etc.

Which just click for source is this that you are currently training at? Already knowing how to play the games is always an advantage. UKP, I hope you do well. Hi Ian About the 35 times table. Some interesting responses here.

For a math skills for casino dealers or lumpy it could be dangerous, given the tendency for people in these categories to want to prove themselves on the game.

Halve the number of chips on the number. I can do mental addition, subtraction and multiplication, but what other math skills are required?

Or a lazy way for 19 on the number. Get a pack of cards and turn them over one by one until you get to 17 or over then start again. If you want to look good, learn your 8,11,17,35 multiplication tables from Have been trying to work out math skills for casino dealers sort of shortcut for calculating the blackjack payouts from 5 - in increments of 5.

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Another one for you Woobrad. Nice one Witzend, the old 'half it and double it' method. 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.

The purists of course would pay I math skills for casino dealers 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.

Best of luck to you!! Hi, Have got an interview for a croupier position on Tuesday - have never done it before! 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? Math skills are important, but as long as you know basic math and can add quickly.

An oldie but goodie Here is a nice one to help you if you struggle with those corner bets.

If you have 18 and pay a players 18 because they say 19,your floor will get very mad. Good luck. If I can offer any advice, be punctual, smartly dressed, demonstrate an eagerness to learn and soak that knowledge up like a sponge! 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. Use it for even numbers, it helps young people new to the job learn their tables quickly.