and the Ace counts eleven or one. The Ace
always counts eleven except if your total exceeds 21 - then the value of
the Ace is reduced to one. A hand with one Ace having the value of eleven
is called a soft hand and a hand with all Aces having the value of one is
called a hard hand. In Black Jack for instance, if you get an 8 and Ace
dealt it would be a soft 19 while an 8, 10 and Ace would be a hard 19.
Getting a start total of 21 is called a Black Jack and you have to show
your hand immediately. If the dealer's up card is an Ace he checks for a
dealer black jack first and then continues the game. Exceeding a total of
21, and already counting all the aces you have in your hand as one, means
you are bust and lose your bet.
By turn each player will then have to
make one of the following five decisions.
Hit / If you are not satisfied with
your current total you can ask the dealer to hit you which means he
deals you another card in addition to your two. You are hit until you
are satisfied with your total, or until you bust.
Stand / You stand if you don't want
any more cards.
Double / If you think you will win
without getting more than one card you double. You have to ...
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