The BlackJack is a very popular game that probably originated in 16th Century France as vingt-et-un (20 and 1), hence the name 21. Translated into English because the BlackJack the player who has an Ace of Sword black and the Jack of Spades as the first two cards and 'paid an extra percentage, and rhyme and' more 'catchy (like "chuck a luck" or "acey duecy").
The object of the game 'to get as close' to 21 as possible without going over.
Game Play: Players bet by placing a chip in the circle on the table. The dealer from 2 cards face down to each player and two to himself, one face up and one face.
Our BlackJack offers the opportunity 'to play more' of a hand. Simply place wagers in the betting circles - with a maximum of three seats. It makes the game and 'much more' fun.
J, Q, K and 10 have the value 10.
Aces count as 1 or 11, the players choice.
The cards 2-9 have their own value.
Our classic Blackjack game uses eight decks of cards as in many casino 'of Las Vegas and a little' everywhere. We also have Blackjack to 6 decks of cards, a version that uses only 6 decks of cards.
Scoring: If the first two cards dealt are an Ace and a card of value 10, the player is "Blackjack" and bet and 'paid 3: 2 except if the dealer also face "Blackjack" with 2 cards, in which case its a draw and nothing is paid or lost. All other wins are paid at 1: 1
A blackjack in 2 cards beats "21" done in three cards. Eg. Ace and 10 beats a 10,5,6 hand. Even though both hands total 21 points, the Blackjack wins.
The player can 'pull paper groped to get as' close to 21 without going bust. If you bust, you lose the bet. You can 'stand on any score and can pull paper until' does not exceed 21.
Dealer must take paper on total scores of 16 or less. Dealer must stand on 17 or more '.
Blackjack Terminology and Game Controls
BET Place your bets
RE-BET Place your last bet.
Deal After you have placed your wager, click "DEAL" to start the game.
HIT Another card.
STAND Take no additional cards.
SPLIT The player must 'place a' another bet equal to the first to split two cards. The two cards must have the same value (eg. Two 8 A K and Q, etc). For split hands, an Ace and a 10 value card is a "21" but not a "Blackjack"- and the payout 'paid 1: 1. In case you split two aces, the player can 'just pull a card for each ace.
DOUBLE The "DOUBLE" button will become active after the first two cards are dealt. Players who want to have double the chance 'to do a "double down" by clicking DOUBLE. With the double, the player receives one card. The "Double" is not permitted on a Blackjack hand because 'the player would automatically unpacked in the case in which received an' other paper.
INSURE When the dealer's up card and 'an Ace, players can insure their hand. The insurance costs half 'of the original bets. If the dealer has Blackjack, insurance and 'paid 2: 1. If the dealer does not have blackjack, the player loses the bet for insurance and the game continues.
PASS Do not accept the insurance offered on this hand. If Pass' 'clicked and the Dealer has Blackjack, the player loses the hand and the game ends (unless Player also has Blackjack, in which case, and' a draw). In case the dealer does not have Blackjack, the game can continue.