The game of blackjack is played with the house edge in mind. Whether it is the casino thinking through their potential profit, or the player trying to think about what chances they have of winning, the decisions a player makes will heavily influence the house edge.
Every game has particular rules that allow players to determine whether they have a good chance of winning or not. Each of these games will also make use of a house edge which is their way interpreting the advantage they have over players. This advantage in a game of blackjack is made up not only of the cards of the player, but those of the dealer too. If the player goes bust, house has the advantage, while if they dealer has a lower total than the player, it is the player who has the advantage. Of course in some variations of the game, if both parties go bust, they tie, rather than the player or dealer winning, which means that the house edge changes.
What makes house edge so important to the players? Well, when they find the games that have a higher or lower house edge, they can make the decision of which game they want to play and how this will influence them. This means that they can use the house edge to determine whether luck will be on their side or not.
For the house, knowing the house edge on each game helps them determine whether they will make a profit from the game. Thus, they can put their games in certain sections of the casino, either where players will find them (those with a higher house edge) or where players are more likely to miss them (for those games with a lower house edge).
Every game has a house edge that can help players determine their chances of winning, and to find these, players need to go into the help section of the game. There will be all the basic statistics of the game, including their chances of winning or losing, and how many other players have done so in the past.