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Blackjack is a game in which players compete against the dealer, but not other players. The goal of the game is to reach a value as close to 21 as possible without exceeding it. Cards 2-9 are worth their face value, while 10, Jack, Queen and King are valued at 10. An Ace can count as either 1 or 11 in favor of the player’s best interest. A player’s hand is determined by the sum of all the card values. It should also be noted that suits don’t have any meaning or value.
Once the dealer has dealt 2 cards to each player, participants have the option to “hit,” and take an additional card or opt not to take more cards and “stand.” Players can only beat the dealer by having a total sum of 21 or by having the highest score that is lower than 21. Having a sum of more than 21, or a “bust,” results in a loss whether it’s the player or the dealer who has the amount. If the dealer busts, the player(s) win and vice versa.
The dealer must hit until his/her cards have at least 16 points, and stand at 17 or more points. For example, if the dealer deals 10 and 3, he/she must hit until the sum is 16 or more. If the dealer deals King and 7, he/she must stand.
In traditional Blackjack, if a player has been dealt two identical cards (i.e. 2 7’s), he/she has the option to split and play on two hands. Player also has the option to double his bet and to receive an additional one card. Note: this option only exists as the first decision of the hand. A player cannot hit and then decide to double, also when doubling player can only get one additional card. In Governor of Poker Blackjack, a player can split 2 cards that aren’t identical situations, if one card is a 10 and the other is royal (i.e. 10 and King). In this situation, the player can choose to split and play as two hands. AA’s you can only split one time, and blackjack won’t count when spliting Aces
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The game is played with 6 decks of cards, according to official casino rules. The decks are shuffled after every hand played.