Rules to Play 21
-Number of players: three or more
-Playing time: as desired.
-Cards: standard pack, no jokers.
-Ranking: court cards count 10 points, Aces count 1 or 11 at the holder’s option, pip cards their face value. The 10s and court cards are collectively known as “tenths”
-Deal: one player acts as banker, the rest as punters. A maximum stake is agreed. The cards are shuffled at the start of play but thereafter only on a pontoon when the bank changes hands. The banker always deals.
This simple yet subtle gambling game, a traditional favourite of the Armed Forces, is also known as Twenty-one and, with minor modifications, as Blackjack in casinos (where the punter is strongly advised to read the house rules before venturing to play). Whilst stakes are essential for Pontoon, the game need not of course be played for money.
Object of the game
To hold two or more cards which together sum to 21 (ideally an Ace and a tenth, this is known as pontoon or a natural) but above 15 and as near to 21 as possible. Any hand that exceeds 21 is “bust” and loses.
This takes place in a number of stages.
-The banker deals one card to each player, including sled. The punters examine their cards and bet on them. (See Stage 1).
-The banker deals a second card all round. (See Stage 2).
-The banker addresses the players in turn, who either complete their hands or are busted. (See Stage 3).
-When all punters have been accommodated, the banker’s hand is turned over. The banker is free to add cards face up to it, stopping when satisfied or is busted.
-Debts are settled. The banker pays all punters whose hands beat the banker’s hand, matching the punters’ stakes, and collects the stakes of the losing punters.
The punters look at their cards then put them back face down on the table, indicating their bets by placing counters beside them.
When all the punters have bet, banker deals a second card face down all round.
The banker now addresses each punter in turn, starting with Eldest. A punter has three options and a possible fourth as follows.
-Stick. The punter, whose hand must total 16 or more, elects to have no more cards. If the hand is pontoon, the Ace is turned over to indicate this.
-Twist. The punter elects to receive a third card. Banker deals this face up off the top of the pack. If the cards, together with the two hidden cards, total more than 21, the punter is bust. The punter announces this; the banker takes up the punter’s cards and places them at the bottom of the pack, then appropriates the punter’s stake. If not busted, the punter can elect to receive further cards in the same manner until satisfied (“stick”) or bust.
Persema U-21, an acronym for Persatuan Sepak Bola Malang Under-21 is an Indonesian football club based in Malang. They play in the top division in Indonesian football, Indonesia Super League U-21.
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Which Reno casinos have blackjack switch.
Blackjack Switch is not dealt anywhere in Reno.