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In the game of Blackjack, the term 6:5 blackjack means that the player cannot expect to be paid the usual 3 to 2 win when the player receives a blackjack.  For a player blackjack in the normal game and the dealer does not the casino pays 3 to 2 or 1.5 to one.  This means that if the player bet $10 then the player would received their original $10 back plus another $15 from the dealer.  In 6:5 blackjack though, the blackjack pay is only 1.2 to one.  Therefore if the player gets a blackjack in 6:5 blackjack and the dealer does not and if the player had bet the same $10, then the player would receive his original $10 back (as before) but he or she would receive only $12 additional from the dealer instead of $15.

Does this matter?  Absolutely.  It of course is in favor of the casino.  The change is big enough such that even normal 6 or 8 deck blackjack has better odds than 6:5 single deck.

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