Push is an essential part of the game of blackjack. It is the term used to describe a dealer’s ability to give players additional cards, after they have already received two cards, in order to make a hand.
Push can either help the player or hurt the player, depending on how it is used.
Push can be helpful if the player has a high hand ranking and needs another card to improve their hand. Push can also be helpful if the player needs to fill up their hand so that they have a better chance of beating the dealer.
Push can also be helpful if the dealer has a poor hand and needs another card to make it better.
Push can also be harmful if used incorrectly. If the dealer pushes too often, it can give players an unfair advantage over the dealer.
If the player gets too much push, they may not have a good chance of winning because they will have too many good hands that are not improved by another card.