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How To Play Blackjack
Blackjack is a game that requires some knowledge and skills to win. We will not speak here of card counting techniques (whether the next card is more likely to be a map to 10 points or less), supposed to be banned in live casino, but the probabilities. As in poker, it is highly recommended to know.

Rest assured, not rocket science. You just need to assimilate and store. This will allow you to improve your game and become a winning blackjack player!

One of the questions that you may be asking is, how the casino he managed to make a profit on this game, while the rules and possible strategies seem to give a significant advantage to the player. The answer is again quite simple: the dealer playing last, it will probably already seen many players (if not all) removed before him.

Nevertheless, Blackjack remains one of the games where the house edge is the lowest. This is also without doubt one of the reasons why it remains one of the games most popular casino. One thing is certain: in all cases, the best thing to do is to play the course as best you can. So visit our page dedicated to the Blackjack Strategy to learn more!

The goal is to attempt a score of 21 (the famous Blackjack), without exceeding, or failing to do more than the score of the dealer. Note that if the dealer exceeds 21, it is also removed from the blow. When someone over 21, is said to "bust".

After this initial distribution, several options available to you: get a new card ("hit"), or choose to stay there ("stand"). Note that you can request as many cards as you like as you are not satisfied (and as you have not exceeded 21 course). When you are satisfied with your total, it is the dealer to reveal his hand. The rules are a bit special for him, since he is obliged to shoot 16 or less, and leave it there with 17 or more.

If the dealer shows an Ace discovery, you can take "insurance". This protects you from an opponent if the blackjack dealer's second card is a 10 or a face. Rarely recommended. You can "split" a pocket pair. Example: You get two 6 - you can set up a new hand by taking one of your six. And you end up playing two hands against the dealer, each with a 6, and you play independently of one another.

Again everything is very easy: all cards count as their face value, the figures for 10. Ace can meanwhile be 1 or 11.To continue to better define the terminology of the game in English, which may still prove useful depending on where you play, notice that a hand without an Ace is called the hand "soft", a hand with an ace hand "hard".
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