How to play blackjack and basic strategies

Blackjack is a very simple game. You want to make hands with a total higher than the dealer but still less than or equal to 21 points (when the player or dealer exceeds 21, they are “bust” and lose hands).

Cards are valued as follows:

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 – Worth the number of points.

Ten, Jack, Queen, King – all worth ten points.

It is worth 1 or 11, which is better for your hand at the time (ACE can and make changes from 11 to 1 to avoid removal.

A hand including ACE is calculated as 11 is known as the total soft (because you can regard without risk removal).

Rotate starts by you make a bet and then receive two cards. If this is a card and ten points (ten, Jack, Queen, Raja) then smile, you have blackjack and will be paid at 1.5 – 1 (3 to 2) unless the dealer also has blackjack, in which hand is “pushed “(Tie) and your bets are returned.

You will get Blackjack about 1/21 times. The remaining time you have to decide what to do with your hands based on its value and upcard dealer (one dealer card is handled).

If the Face Up Dealer card is a US card then you will be offered “insurance”. This is a bet 2: 1 that the dealer has blackjack (his face card is ten pointer). This is a sucker bet unless you count the card, just reject it and we can continue.

Dealers also check blackjack if he has ten shows, but insurance is usually not offered (because he must have a US card as another card to make blackjack).

If the dealer has blackjack (whether you take insurance or not, you don’t have blackjack, then you lose. If you both have blackjack then you bind.

But most of the time, dealers will not have blackjack and you will play your hands.

The first decision to make (if the casino offers) is “Submission”. As the name suggests, this option allows you to escape by losing half your bet. Only a good idea to hand over hands that has a chance less than 25% to win. Our basic strategy table includes suggestions where hands to give up.

If you have handled a partner, then you have the option to split a partner. You match your original bet and then make two new hands, each with one card from the original partner and one new card. This is a way to escape from the total (16 and 14) and get more money on the table with an unfavorable dealer card (especially 6). There are a few variations about how many times you are allowed to divide and whether you are allowed to double after separation but the same idea is the same. Even though you are allowed to divide two cards worth ten, this is a bad idea – 20 too well total to give up. Our basic strategy table will tell you which partner will be broken down.

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