Blackjack is played in a design with seven player positions, and usually with more tires to eliminate the possibility of card counting. Most casinos also offer two-deck blackjack or even single decks at their higher limit tables. The idea of the game is to beat the dealer without going over 21.
The faces and tens cards count as a value of 10, the ace can be 1 or 11, and the remaining cards are for the nominal value. Hands with an A and something different from a 10-value letter are called "soft hands". Players bet against the dealer, not between them. The limits of the table vary from one casino to another, but can start from $ 2 up to thousands of dollars or more.
In order, players enter the table and receive chips for their money. Then the player places his bet in the betting circle in front of them to be able to split. Players can play at multiple points, but most casinos have rules on the minimum bets for each venue games (usually half the board's edge for two points and the table's limit at just over two points).
Once all the games have been placed, the cards will be processed. The dealer and each player receives two cards. One of the dealer's cards is face down, the first face up. Once the cards are dealt, each player is asked for the other if they want a match (another card) or they will remain standing. The games continue until each player is happy with the hand or broken. When all the players finish, the player plays his hand.
The dealers must reach a total of 16 and less and be at 17 and above. Some casinos require distributors to obtain a soft 17 (A 6) because it is actually beneficial to the casino by allowing the dealer to make a better hand.
If the player wins by obtaining a greater total than the dealer without going over 21, he will be paid with the same money. If the player has a blackjack (a natural 21 - A & 10 value cards), and the dealer cannot do blackjack, the player is paid the original bet plus 3 to 2. So a $ 10 blackjack pays $ 10 (original bet) plus $ 15 (3 to 2) = $ 25.
If the player has the same total card value as the dealer, the hand is pressed and the original bet returns to the player. If the dealer's blackjacks lose all hands, including the hands of a total of 21 that contain more than 2 cards.
One of the ways to compensate for the casino's advantage is to double. This option allows you to double your original bet and must be used in favorable conditions - when the first two cards add 10 or 11 and the dealer has a card showing weak (5 or 6).
To fold, place a game that is equal to your original bet right next to your original bet. Then, you will receive a final letter to complete your hand. If you win, you will be paid even money for each bet. If you lose the dealer, take both games.
Division of couple
If you receive a couple of cards (like two 7), you have the opportunity to split them into two hands and play separately. To do this you must place another effort that is your original effort. Since your hands are played independently, you can share them again if you receive the same card, or you can also double if the cards are favorable.
Each hand is played separately in order until you are satisfied with each hand or you are eliminated. Once the hands are established, the dealer passes to the next player. Divide pairs is another way to counteract the house advantage and should always be done when it is beneficial.
Generally considered as a weak effort you are betting that the dealer has blackjack, or that you will lose your hand - betting effectively against yourself.
Insurance can be purchased when the prepaid card of the dealers is an ace. You can bet up to half of your original bet. If the dealer has blackjack, he is paid 2 to 1 in the insurance bet if the dealer does not blackjack the insurance game is lost.
In general, it is agreed that when using the basic strategy, never under any circumstance should you buy insurance: you get 4.1% when you do not do it.