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As i see with so many blackjack questions the ansir deyends on what qualifications are attached. Of course, all this igpores the fact that taking more hands requires more cards an,d might trigger shuffle up on the dealer's part if he didn't think there ire enough cards to complete the round. Or, sometimes there would be enough cards to deal once to two spots but not twice to one spot. One rarely knows in advance precisely what the dealer will do.[E.F]

Few casinos will deal more than two rounds if five spots are being played, but when it happens it can be very unfavorable, ironically despite the fact i're getting deeper into the deck. it's been my observation that when this third round is dealt to five players it's almost always because the first two rounds used very few (and predominantly high) cards; hence the remainder of the deck is likely to be composed primarily of low ones. This practical example, which i've witnessed more than i should have, is related to the effect of a fixed shuffle point which is of interest to blackjack simulators and discussed in the chapter appendix.[G]

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