Black Jack Single Privee
The goal of Blackjack is to get 21 points or beat the dealer's points, trying to get as close to 21 as possible without going over, or you bust. Wins with a score below 21 are paid 1:1.
Cards: It is played with 6 decks of 52 cards according to the basic rules below:
- The deck is shuffled at the beginning of each new round.
- Aces are worth 1 or 11, depending on what's preferable.
- Face cards are worth 10 points.
- Cards from 2 to 10 are worth their face value.
- The game does not provide the soft 17 rule.
- The game does not provide a maximum number of cards for players or the dealer.
The game does not provide the "Surrender" rule (the player's option to forfeit the game).
- The dealer checks the second (hole) card only if the first card is an Ace.
- The dealer must have at least 17 points and must hit on 16 points or less. The dealer must stand on 17 points or more.
- The player must have a minimum of 12 points, so the player must hit when the total is less than 12.
- When the player's hand total is greater than 20 (21 or more), the game ends automatically.
- Otherwise, the player can hit as desired.
In our Blackjack card game, you can play against the dealer alone. Place your bet by clicking on the chips within the betting limits until you reach the desired wager.
The dealer deals the cards from a special device called a shoe containing 6 decks of cards.
Once the cards are dealt, the bet cannot be changed.
Each player receives two initial face-up cards, while the dealer receives one face-up card and one hole card.
You can request as many cards as you like (hit) until you stand, as long as you haven't reached 21.
Once you reach a point total you find sufficient, you stop, and the dealer reveals their hole card, and the game proceeds based on the rules.
If the total of your first two cards is 21, you have Blackjack (which beats 21). The bet pays 3 to 2, meaning 1.5 times the wager.
In the event of a tie with the dealer, no one wins (Push), and you retrieve your bet from that hand.
If your first two cards total between 2 and 20 (inclusive), and you have enough credit, you can double your bet (even if the double is higher than the table's set limit).
However, you are only allowed to draw one additional card.
If you receive two cards of the same numerical value and have enough credit, you can split them into two hands. You must place a wager on the second hand equal to your initial bet and request the number of cards you desire for each hand. In this version, you can split only once, and only for the first hand. If you split a pair of Aces, you will receive only one card for each hand.
When the dealer's face-up card is an Ace, you can insure against the possibility of the dealer having a Blackjack by taking "Insurance" with a bet up to half of your initial bet, provided you have sufficient credit. If the dealer has a Blackjack, the insurance bet pays 2 to 1, and the insurance bet amount is returned.
If the dealer does not have a Blackjack, you lose the insurance bet. When insurance is used, the bet amount is marked with a yellow circle.