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Online Blackjack Guide - Infographic

(500 100 €500 A BLACKJACK GUIDE Welcome to our online blackjack guide. The purpose of this tutorial, is to provide you with some basic knowledge about the exciting card known as Blackjack or Twenty-One (21). Blackjack is played with 1-6 decks of conventional playing cards. Blackjack is one of the most famous casino games in the world. No matter if you are playing at online or at real-bricks casino, this card game for sure is available there. CARD VALUES FACE VALUE 10 1 OR 11 The way the dealer plays is much different than that of the players. The dealer plays his hand with little strategy. The dealer must always stand on a 17 and will hit on 16 and below or a soft 17. A soft 17 is when the dealers hand contains an ace. It is considered a soft hand because the ace can be counted at a one point value or an 11 point value. THE GAME OF BLACKJACK Blackjack, also known as Twenty-one, is one of the worlds most popular casino games. In Blackjack the dealer faces one to seven players, these rules vary from casino to casino. In all situations it is all players verses the dealer. The object of the game is to get a 21 or closer to that value than the dealer. The dealer allocates two cards to himself and all players to begin the game. The players cards are dealt face up while the dealer has one card face down, and one face up. Once all of the players have completed their turn the dealer takes his/her turn and reveals his/her additional card. At this point the chips are allocated according to the players and dealers results. All bets are placed at the beginning of the game, before players receive their cards. If the player beats the dealer they receive double the bet they placed. This game is known for it's complex strategy, this poster will explain the flow of the game as well as help new players understand the strategy. If the dealer beats the player, the player looses the total amount that they bet. ВЕТ DEAL INSURANCE SURRENDER Can Be Played: With any hand prior to game action. Can Be Played: SPLIT-PAIR When the dealer has an DOUBLE DOWN Ace showing. Strategically Played: Сan Be Played: Strategically Played: When a player is dealt a pair. When dealer is showing a ten and a player holds a fifteen or sixteen. Under no circumstances Strategically Played: Can Be Played: Insurance is only offered to players when the dealer turns up an ace. Insurance bets are placed by betting half of the amount of the With any hand prior to This is one of the least common decisions made in game action. Pairs of Eights, Nines, or Aces and never with Fives or Tens. Strategically Played: Blackjack. The decision must be made before any other choice about playing your hand, before the player splits, doubles down, or draws a third card. When a player surrenders they are making the choice to fold their hand, at the cost of half of the original bet they placed. There are two types of surrendering, early and late. An earty surrender, which is very uncommon, is when the player has the option to surrender before the dealer checks his cards for a blackjack. The other type, a late surrender, is when the dealer is able to check for a blackjack first and then only allows the players to surrender if he does not have a blackjack. player's original bet. When the dealers turn is up he will check to see if he has a 10-value card, in which case the player will win twice the amount of their insurance The player only splits pairs when they are dealt two of a kind. For example a player would want to split a pair of eights or nines because they are unlikely to win with a 16 or 18 yet being dealt another card will likely result m a bust. When a player splits a pair they are then treated as two separate hands and the dealer deals to them separately, one following the other. Upon splitting the player has to match their previous bet giving them the possibility of winning four times the amount of their original bet. When dealer is showing a six or below and a player holds eleven. Doubling Down is one of the more profitable options for players when played correctly. Typically when the deader is showing a 5 or 6 and the player holds a hand totaling 11 the player wants to double down. What this means is that they double their bet. and the dealer gives them only one additional card. Assumng this card is a 10. their hand totals 21 thus beating the dealer and being awarded four times the amount of their original bet. bet yet still lose their original bet (unless they also have Blackjack) meaning that they will break even. If the dealer does not have blackjack the player loses their insurance bet but possibly wins their original bet. PLAY CALCULATE CARD VALUE 17-28. 21+ BUST 2-16 21 HIT STAND NATURAL A bust is when the player hits and receives another card To "hit" means to The player chooses to stand when they A natural is when the player or dealer receives a 21 within draw another card. Players calculate their point value, if the value is 16 or have a 21 or feel that they have a hand closer to 21 then the and then has a card value totalling over 21. At this point in the game the players turn is over and they the first two cards below the player will typically want to hit. If the value is 17 or above they will typically stand, depending on the dealers hand. they received an ace and a 10-value card. In this situation the dealer pays the player odds of 3 to 2. dealer. When a player chooses to stand his/her turn is then completed. have lost their initial bet. PUSH LOSE WIN Rules and Strategies Depending on the number of decks being used, the house's advantage ranges from 0.17% fone deck) to 0.65% (six decks). There are a variety of playing and betting strategies that can be used to try to circumvent the house's advantage, but in reality, there is no viable RE way for a player to get the advantage without cheating (i.e. card counting). ONLINE © Casinos Elite WORLD GAMBLING ENTERTAINMENT ASSES DEALER VALUE STRATEGIC DECISION POINT

Online Blackjack Guide - Infographic

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Blackjack is one of the most famous casino games in the world. If you want to play online and understand the basics of this game, learn some rules from this infographic guide.


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