Have a training before the big game
Have a training before the big game
You play agains the dealer with the objective of beating him by having a higher card total without going over 21. The dealer deals initially two cards face up to each player, and two to himself, with one card face up and other down. Based on the open card, you have to decide whether to draw another card (hit) or decline (stand). Once all the players have made their play, the dealer plays according to preset rules: he has to draw until he reaches 17, after which he has to stand.
The suits are irrelevant to the card values. All numbered cards (meaning 2 to 10 any suit) have the face value. All picture cards (Jack, Queen, King) have a value of ten. An Ace can be counted as 1 or 11.
Blackjack: an Ace and a card worth 10 points (21 total)
Hole: the dealer’s card that is face down
Hit: draw another card
Stand: take no more cards
Bust = going over 21
If your total is higher than the dealer’s (or if the dealer busts), you win.
Doubling Down: You are allowed to double your bet after receiving your first two cards. Yo do this by placing the additional chips next to your original bet. If you decide to do this, you receive only one additional card.
Splitting: If you receive two cards of the same number, you can split them into two separate hands. Do this by placing another equal bet alongside your first bet. The dealer will separate your cards and give you an additional card to make each one a complete hand by itself. You will then play each hand separately as you normally would.
Insurance: If the dealer’s face up card is an ace, he will offer players the option of buying insurance. If you choose to do so you can then wager half your original bet (in addition to it) that the dealer does have Blackjack. If he does, your insurance is paid 2 to 1 but your original bet is lost (meaning you break even for the hand). If he does not have Blackjack, you lose you insurance.
Even Money: If you have Blackjack and the dealer has an ace showing, the dealer will offer you even money for your Blackjack (instead of 3 to 2). If you do not take it and the dealer also has Blackjack, you will have a push just like normal.
You have two cards face up in front of your bet. To play your hand, first you add the card values together and get a hand total anywhere from 4 to 21. If you’re dealt a ten-value card and an Ace as your first two cards that means you got a Blackjack!
If a player after taking a new card get the total score exceeds 21 then this situation is called “bust”. The dealer says “a lot” and removes the player’s bet in favor of the casino. If the dealer has 21 points (blackjack) in the first two cards, then all players (except those who also have blackjack) get lose.
If your turn has come you have two main options:
MORE: take another card. You can take cards until collect more than 21.
ENOUGH: keep the cards and do nothing.
There are several more features that can be used in certain situations:
INSURANCE: only available if the dealer has an Ace. You make a new bet and if the dealer has blackjack, you gonna pay 2-1. You lose the main bet (the payout would be 3-2), but you win insurance, so you stay at your own.
DOUBLING: you double your bet and get only one more card. Usually the doubling used is the first of your cards is 10 or 11.
SPLIT: a hand is split into two if both cards have the same value. If both hands win, you get a double win. If you win alone, stay with your own. If both lose, lose twice. Split is done by pulling the cards to the sides and repeating the original bet.
SURRENDER: in many casinos a player can (before the move and after determining that the dealer will have the blackjack) give up half the stake without a game. This option is desirable in cases where the dealer showed the picture, and the player’s hand is likely to burn if he takes another card.
If the dealer has an ace, he automatically checks to see if he has blackjack. Early change – the player decides to give half-time before the dealer checks to see if he has blackjack.
The win number of the player must be closer to 21 than the number of the dealer, but not more than 21. If the player collects more than 21, he “burns”. In the event of a tie, the player and the dealer remain with their own. Blackjack is an Ace and a picture or a dozen.
The dealer asks the players in turn until everyone says “enough.” Then he plays his own hand, and then the outcome of the game is determined. Of course each hand is different from the previous one. Players often use the dealer’s strategy “enough for 16 or less,” it works better “never burn- enough for 12 or more.”
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