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How to Play Blackjack

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Nicole Bunt

on 18 March 2013

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Transcript of How to Play Blackjack

Splitting & Doubling Down Splitting HOW TO PLAY BLACKJACK A Brief Overview The Art of Blackjack And The Unspoken Rules How the Dealer Plays The Dealer plays by a set of strict guidelines set by the House. Playing Well Betting #1. Increase Without Being Verbally Assaulted How to Play Blackjack The Object of the Game The object of Blackjack is to get the sum of your cards as close to 21 as possible without busting. Cards 2-10 are equal to printed value. Face cards are all equal to ten. Aces are either 1 or 11, depending
on what better suits the player. Playing the Game "Hit Me" - I'd like another card, please. "Stay"
"Stand" - No thanks, I'll
take my chances
with these cards. Winning the Game WIN LOSS The Dealer busts
or
The Player is closer
than the Dealer to 21 The Player busts
or
The Player's cards are
equal to or less than
the Dealer's cards This occurs when a Player is initially dealt two of a kind. Doubling Down This allows players to increase their bet when the odds appear to be in their favor. The Dealer must hit on any sum of 16 or less. The Dealer must treat an Ace like an 11, unless an 11 would bust them. In Terms of Aces Soft Ace Hard Ace - An Ace that could be played as both an 1 or an 11 without busting the Player. - An Ace that can only be played as a 1, as an 11 would bust the Player. #2. Always Double Down
Always Split #3. Limits #4. Know When to Get Out
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