BLACKJACK RULES

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Blackjack has a basic set of blackjack game rules that all players must follow. There are also specific rules that the dealer must follow. Before playing blackjack in a brick and mortar casino, you should learn and master the rules of blackjack. Understanding and mastering the rules of blackjack will help you be more comfortable during your first brick and mortar casino blackjack experience and will allow the game to flow much quicker.

Card values in Blackjack


2-9 = Face value
10, Jack, Queen, King = 10
Aces = 1 or 11

Object of Blackjack

The object of blackjack is to achieve a total greater than the dealer, without going over 21. If there are other players at the table, you are still trying to beat the dealer (the casino) only.

Restrictions on the Dealer

While all players generally have the option to play their hand as they want, there are certain restrictions put on the dealer. He or she has a forced set of rules that must followed every single hand. There can be slight variations on these rules from casino to casino, so make sure you ask the dealer when you sit down at a blackjack table. However, generally most of the blackjack rules are the same.

If the dealer is showing a total of 16 or less, he must take additional cards until achieving a hand from 17-21 or busting. In contrast, if the dealer is showing a total of 17 or higher, he is usually required to stand and not take any additional cards.

It is extremely important to find out what the dealer rules are in the casino you are playing. This will help you better understand what the dealer is doing during the game to avoid confusion. It will also help you slightly change your strategy to better match the specific blackjack game that you are playing in.

Hitting a Blackjack

The best possible starting hand is a Blackjack (also called a natural 21). The only way two cards can have a value of 21 is if one of them is an ace, and the other is a 10-value card. A Blackjack beats all hands except another Blackjack. If you get a Blackjack, and the dealer has 4 cards that give a total value of 21, you win. If you both have a Blackjack, it's a push.