The main goal for the player and dealer is to get closest to the number 21 as possible. If either the player or dealer hits above 21, (s)he will bust and the opposite part will win.
After a player has placed a bet, he will receive two cards, from 1-11. After (s)he received his cards, he may either hit (one more card), stand (dealers turn) or double (get one
card, doubling up his first bet - e.g. 250k -> 500k). A player may hit as many times as possible, and the dealer MUST stand at 17 or above, and MUST hit at 16 or under.
If a player gets e.g. two Aces, he may split them, which means that (s)he will have to play two hands where there's an Ace included in both of them. First (s)he plays the first ace and after standing on it or hitting over, he will play the other ace - exactly like explained above, just with an Ace on both hands.
Ace in the hand of a dealer
An ace in the hand of a dealer will always count as 11, unless the dealer would go above 21, then it would count as 1.
Dealer hits A5 which equals 16 in terms of Blackjack. The player would in this case be able to choose between 6 or 16, but the dealer is forced to choose 11 if possible. If the dealer then hits an Ace again, it would be counted as 1, since 11 would make him hit over on 16 (27).
IF a player gets A5 being dealed with, its 6 or 16. the player then can hit no matter what the card shows (if the card is 9 he will then have 15) --> to avoid confusion since this was not written anywhere
If the dealer doesn't have a natural, he hits (takes more cards) or stands depending on the value of the hand. Contrary to the player, though, the dealer's action is completely dictated by the rules. The dealer must hit if the value of the hand is lower than 17, otherwise the dealer will stand.
If the dealer has a natural 21 (blackjack) with his two cards, he won't take any more cards. All players lose, except players who also have a blackjack, in which case it is a push - the dealer re-deals the cards (dealing firstly for the player)
The dealer not hitting 21 on his first two cards have to deal untill he has 17 or when he's above 21 (busted)
This is simply a game with alot of numbers and colors. Here's a list over what you can place a bet on, and what you will get in return in case of a winning.
- 1-18 (2x back)
- 19-36 (2x back)
- Red (2x back)
- Black (2x back)
- Odd numbers (2x back)
- Even numbers (2x back)
- A number from 0 to 36 (36x back)
- 1st 12, 1-12 (3x back)
- 2nd 12, 13-24 (3x back)
- 3rd 12, 25-36 (3x back)
- 2-1 lines, there's 3 different lines. (3x back)
Here's a screenshot of a Roulette table for a better overview:
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