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/images/articles/live_black_jack.gif Blackjack is an immensely popular game in the casino, and often there are also several spectators at the blackjack table to see. It is a card game and table game that is played. Against the dealer or croupier It is very similar to the ever popular card game 21'en, because at blackjack it is about to come. As close to 21 points The dealer is also called the bank called. The dealer deals the cards at the blackjack players at the table out from a full deck of cards (in the casino even 6 packs of shuffled cards). Interim the dealer shuffles the cards to boot. So what cards you will get. Remains unpredictable Learn more about the blackjack rules? Read further.

The blackjack game begins with the initial bet by the blackjack player. Often in a casino a minimum bet and maximum bet is used. There are several tables with different minimum and maximum limits. Blackjack is played in real casino chips. You can paper money at the dealer or at the ticket exchange for tokens. At the dealer you have money on the table, after which it exchanges the money for chips. You can bet chips to the croupier indicates that there should not be deployed and then makes a sweep with his arm on the blackjack table. These are important blackjack rules about the behavior of the table.

After placing the bet, each player receives two cards face of the croupier. The dealer deals the cards from right to left, so clockwise, and shares himself one card face up and one face down card. The cards can be a value from 1 up to and including 10 have. Cards 2 through 10 have the same value as the numbers on the cards. The Jack, Queen and King have a value of 10, which are also called "images" called. An ace can have a value of 1 or 11.

The object of blackjack is to get the croupier. Higher value with your tickets The maximum number of points is 21, if the value of your cards is higher than 21 (ie 22 and above) then you're off. Did you get 21 points instantly shared with the first two open cards from the dealer? Then you have "blackjack" and you'll get instant 1.5 times your bet. However, it is more common that you have with the first two cards a value lower than 21 points. In that case, you may request an additional card from the dealer if you can fit. Asking for an extra card is "buy" named in the Netherlands. In the casino is customary to "buy" and "fit" to give. With hand gestures If you make a swipe yourself, it means you want to get an extra card. If you need a hand movement from right to left and back makes this means you want to match. You may continue to ask as many cards until you have reached. 21 points or more Often, however, it is advisable to ask for more no cards from a certain number of points and to apply, but more on that later. If you have 22 points or more then you are off and the croupier in your bet.

If you have appropriate first turn of the other players at the blackjack table. For you it does not matter, because you play against the dealer. The dealer is the last turn and it plays with solid lines: at 16 points or less, the croupier to ask for another card, with 17 or more will fit. Actually it does not matter what the croupier number of points you or the other players at the table have, because the dealer will play at all times in accordance with these rules. Even if several players have 19 points will fit on 18 points the dealer.

Is your number of points higher than the dealer? You win one times your bet. Is your number of points less than the dealer? Then the croupier in your bet. Does the dealer more than 21 points? Then you win your bet, one time unless you have previously received. More than 21 points Is your number of points equal to the dealer? Then you get your bet back. Did you direct "blackjack" with the first two cards face? Then you get 1.5 times your bet. If the croupier also "blackjack", then you bet remains. In the casino, the croupier puts profits besides your own efforts. You can get the profit from the Bet or continue playing with the total bet. So far the most important rules of the game of blackjack. That is not too bad huh? However, there are some special options you can make use of during blackjack.

If the points on the first two cards face 9, 10 or 11 is, you can double your bet. There is a relatively high probability that you will get a high number of points, but you will get only one card from the croupier. This is a favorable special option where you will often have to use. Indeed, there are relatively many cards in the suit with the value 10 (10, Jack, Queen and King). What is good to know that at the blackjack games in Holland Casino it is not possible to double up if you have 10 or 11 points in the first two cards face 9, and one of the open card is an ace. In an online casino you will automatically see if the possibility of doubling occurs. If you can not double up, you can not push the button.

If the values ​​of your first two cards face is the same, then you can split these two cards. In the divisional card you must then place a wager. From that moment you play in two places at once, and in both places you an extra card. At both places you can play separately, so ask for a card, customize, doubles or even split again. There is another special feature: If you want to split aces, you get only one additional card. If you then get a card with a value of 10 points, then you have no "blackjack" just an ordinary 21 points.

In blackjack strategy you can read that it is not advisable to split. Two tens, peasants, women or men At first glance this seems a bit strange, though, is the reason that 20 points already quite a high number of points is very high chance of winning it. If you were going to split everyone's 10 points, then there is a small chance that the two once again reach 20 points. Continued: You stuck with two mediocre combinations.

If the first visible card of the dealer is an Ace, you can insure you against a "blackjack" from the dealer. You must be over half of your bet settlement. If then the dealer still has the "blackjack", then get your insurance bet is doubled. Your bet is over 1.5 and you win 0.5. If the dealer does not "blackjack" did you lose 0.5 bet, equal to your bijgelegde bet for insurance. If you want to maximize your profits then insure a bad option. Because you see an Ace seems that there is a high probability that the dealer has blackjack, but only a third of the cases, the dealer blackjack. In order to make the insurance profitable chances would be greater than 50% should be the croupier "blackjack", but this probability is about 33%. This is an insured loss-making option in blackjack.

If you have the first two open cards "blackjack" and the dealer has an Ace, you can opt for "even money". Instead of the 1.5 times your bet, you win immediately one times your bet. You can also just do not use the "even money" option, but the croupier also "blackjack" then you just get your bet back. If the croupier then no "blackjack"? Then you just get 1.5 times your bet back.

Not all blackjack games have the same blackjack rules. Some of these deviations from the standard blackjack rules in favor of the blackjack player and some in favor of the house. The differences in the house advantage may seem small, but it can make big differences to a standard house edge of only 0.061% percent on a player blackjack strategy applies. Relatively Below are some common exceptions to the standard rules of blackjack that increase the odds of winning at blackjack or decrease and the effect on the house edge is displayed:

Doubling after splitting permit: this is a very good rule for the blackjack player, because the house advantage is reduced by 0.13%. Re-split aces allowed: Normally it is allowed to split aces once. If another ace is received may not split again. If it can, then take the house advantage of 0.03% off. If you then also allowed to buy more than one card, then take it home advantage further by 0.14%. Early surrender: If the dealer's up card is an Ace checks the dealer or the down card has a value of 10. The house may offer the player than the half of the inlay in place of the hand to play. This is called early surrender. The house advantage will decrease by 0.624% off. Read more about Blackjack Surrender. Late surrender: If the dealer's up card is an ace, the dealer checks the hole card has a value of 10. The player can then play to also get a blackjack. This reduces the house advantage of 0.07% if multiple decks of cards played, and 0.02% if played. 1 pack of cards Doubles limited to hard 11 and hard 10: Some casinos do not allow the player doubles to a value lower than 10, or on soft hands. This verhoofd the house advantage of 0.28%. Dealer buys on soft 17: Normally fits the dealer at 17, but if the dealer would still buy a card on soft 17 would thus increase the house advantage of 0.2%. Blackjack pays 6-5: This is fairly common on the Las Vegas Strip, but this is the only possible deviation from the blackjack rules for blackjack players. In this case, paid a "blackjack" only € 6 for a € 5 bet instead of the usual € 7.50. This adds 1.4% to the house edge. Read more about double at 6-5 blackjack.