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Blackjack Rules

This article will outline the basic rules and strategy of blackjack, including shuffle tracking and card counting. Another name for blackjack is 21. In the game the Ace is worth 1 or 11 which ever decide for that moment. All face cards, Jack, Queen, King, are worth 10 points and are referred to as the T or 10 Count cards. The other cards are worth the value of their number. The purpose of the game is to have the highest score possible without going over the number 21.

The game begins with each player receiving two card, face up. The dealer is dealt a show card, face up and one card face down, which is called the hole card. Players on the dealer's immediate left begin first. I you would like another card you say 'hit', if not you say 'stand'. If you score more than 21 points you loose immediately, this is called 'bust'. It is called 'Blackjack' if your first two cards are Ace, then you win what you have bet, plus a 50 percent 'Blackjack' bonus. So, if you bet $10 you win $15. After the players have completed their turns. The dealer draws until he reached 17, after he must 'Stand'.

Some Additional Rules:

Splitting - If your first two card equal the same value like 8-8, you can split the hand so that each hand starts with an 8 plus the second card from the dealer. If you split A-A neither hand can have a third card. However, it is considered a good split because it is easier to score a 21. Nonetheless, this would not be considered a Blackjack so the dealer can tie if he makes 21.

Double Down - If you feel the dealer's hand is weak, you can choose not to pull a third card and double your bet. Afterward, you are obligated to take a third card, but you are not allowed more than three cards. Sometimes you are only allowed a double down if hold a 9, 10 or 11.

Doubling After Splitting - Also known as DAS. Sometimes this play is not allowed.

Soft Count - A soft count, also known as a soft hand, is when you have a combination of an Ace card with a number card whose total is below 10. For example, a hand with an Ace and a 5 would equal a 'soft 16' because it can be a 16 or 6.

Insurance Option - If the dealer has an Ace (which he would show), you have the option to buy insurance so that you do not loose but when if the dealer has a Blackjack. Typically, this is not worthwhile. Purchasing insurance means you are betting one dollar to win three dollars, the ratio is 4:12. Yet, the cards for creating a Blackjack is 4:13.

Surrendering - Sometimes if you have a really bad hand you may surrender. If this is permitted, you will loose only half of your bet.

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