(2) The dealer deals two cards (usually
facing upwards) to the player and one card to himself/herself.
(3) The dealer draws a second card for
himself/herself and places it face down.
(4) The player is then asked if he/she
wants another card (hit) or if he/she wishes to stand.
(5) The player may request as many hits
as he/she would like until the total value of his/her card reaches 21 or
(6) If the player busts, the house (casino)
(7) If the player stops at a total card
value that is as close to 21 without going bust, then the dealer will
reveal the value of his/her second card.
(8) If the value of the dealer's second
card gives him a Blackjack (total value of 21), then the house (casino)
will win. The dealer must keep drawing cards until the total value of his/her
cards is 17 or more. If the dealer goes over 21, then the player will win.
Whoever comes as close to 21 points as possible without going over 21 (bust)
is the winner.
Blackjack is just as popular today as it
was back in the 1800's. It is by far the most played table game in a
casino. This is mainly due to the fact that it is very easy to learn and
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