Black Jack Card Values

The values ​​of the blackjack card correspond exactly to the number printed on it. All playing cards (Jack, Queen, King) have a value of 10 and the Ace has 1 or 11, whichever is more convenient for the player. If the player has a soft hand (with an ace) and draws another card that he would have overbought, the ace automatically counts as 1.

Black pin table

A standard blackjack table is shaped like a semicircle. The dealer (croupier) sits on the straight side. He is responsible for the game. This includes shuffling and dealing of cards and paying out winnings.

Up to seven players are seated opposite each other in a semicircle. Each player has a box in which to place bets for the next round.

Once the bets are placed, the dealer deals two cards to each player. These two cards are called “Hand”. The dealer first deals a card face up so that everyone can see it. The player sitting on the “First Base” site to the left of the dealer is the first to receive a card. Then all the others clockwise.

If each player has a card, the dealer himself receives a card with the “face up”. For this reason this card is called “Up-Card”.

Each player then receives the second card to complete the hand in the same hourly order as before.

The dealer receives the last card and places it face down next to his top card. The dealer’s second card is then called the “Hole Card”. The literal translation could be “punch card” or “cave card”. What is meant, however, is the fact that you cannot see the value this hole card has.

Blackjack Play Options

When all the cards are dealt, he is the first player to the left of the dealer’s turn. It has several game options with which it can decide profit and loss. This makes Black Jack an interactive game where you can intervene in the action. Depending on which decision you make, you have more or less great chances of winning.

Blackjack players have the following options

  • Freezing / Stand
  • Draw / Hit tab
  • Double Down / Double Down insert
  • Split pairs in two hands / Split
  • Abandon half of the bet / Abandonment

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