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OS: IOS AndroId

Version: 1.9.5

Updated: June 14, 2021

Size: 177.87MB

Developer: Mojang

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The best blackjack game is now available! Bet big and win big, or play the long game and prove you can beat the dealer! With free chips, you can play this casino-style game as often as you like, and with random cards, our games are guaranteed to be fair and fun!

Never played blackjack before? Here's your chance to learn more about the game. You can play this classic casino game just for fun! You'll be winning in no time.

Blackjack is easy to play! Place your bet and you will receive 2 cards. Picture cards are worth 10 points and Aces are worth 1 or 10. "Hit" the other card and get as close to 21 as you can without going broke.

If you like poker, roulette or slots, we know you'll love this casino classic!

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How To Play

The player with the highest number of points wins and must have a number of points equal to or less than 21; players with more than 21 points are known as busters. 2 to 10 point hands are counted by the number of points on the face of the card, J, Q and K are each 10 points, Aces are counted as 1 or 11 points, while 2-10 are counted by the number of points on the face of the card, and Aces are counted as 1 point if the player will bust for them. When the Ace in a hand is counted as 11 points, the hand is called "soft" because there is no blowout unless the player takes another card.

The dealer must ask for a card before he can get 17 points, and depending on the rules there are specific distinctions between soft 17 points and hard 17 points before stopping.

The goal of each player is to get the closest card to 21 points to beat the dealer, but at the same time to avoid blowing up. It is important to note that a player loses if he blows first, even if the dealer blows later. If the player and the dealer have the same number of points, this state is called "push" and neither the player nor the dealer wins or loses. Each player and dealer play independently of each other, so it is possible for a dealer to lose to some players and beat others in the same hand.

The minimum and maximum bets are usually printed on the table, and the limits may be different for each table in each casino. After the first bet is made, the dealer starts dealing cards, either from one or two decks of cards, called a "pitch" hand, or, more commonly, from four decks of cards. The dealer deals two cards to each player and himself. One of the dealer's two cards is an "open card" with points facing upwards, visible to all players, and the other is a "concealed card" with points facing downwards. In the case of a four-deck game, the cards are dealt face up, while in the case of a "pitch" game, the cards are dealt face down.

In American blackjack, if the dealer's open card is an ace or a ten of value, the dealer will confirm whether his concealed card will form a blackjack. This confirmation is done before all players choose, but before doing so, the player is asked if he wants "insurance". If the dealer's card is a blackjack, then all players instantly lose their first bet, unless the player has a blackjack of his own, creating a push of the same number of points.

The player with the blackjack deck is automatically the winner. A player with a blackjack wins 1.5 times the amount of chips wagered. Some casinos only pay 1.2 times the amount; however, this is usually the case in games played with only one deck of cards.

Usually four to six decks of cards are played at a time until one or half of the deck is left to play, and then the cards are reshuffled.

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