how to play blackjack
blackjack is an immensely popular game. you do not need to compete with other players - you only need to beat the dealer without exceeding 21. if you develop your skill and use the correct strategy, you can attain a level of play that significantly increases your chances of winning.
we have nine variations of the game: european, multihand, atlantic city, double exposure, vegas downtown, vegas strip, spanish blackjack, super fun 21 and bonus blackjack.
doubling rules, surrender options, bonuses for five card 21 and different deck amounts are some of the variations on offer. it can be great fun to experiment with the different variations to see which one works best for you.
the dealer stands a greater chance of busting if his up card is a 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6. he stands a greater chance of completing his hands when his up card is a 7, 8, 9, 10, face card or an ace. you hold 52% advantage over the dealer if you are dealt an ace as your first card. double down (increasing your initial wager in return for being dealt one more card if you you think that you have a good chance of beating the dealer) when you are dealt 8s or 7s and the dealers up card is equal or lower in value. as a general rule, do double down on face cards, 10s or 5s. Regardless of what the dealers up card is, you stand a better chance of winning if you split on aces and 8s. split 2s and 3s against the dealers 4, 5 or 6.
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