Is Black Jack Poker

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November 11, 2014 – 12:59 pm
Black Jack

In Blackjack, you and the dealer (the computer) are dealt two cards to start. The objective of Blackjack is to accumulate cards that add up closer to 21 than the dealer’s cards, without going over 21. Cards are worth their face value with the exception of Kings, Queens and Jacks which are each worth 10 and Aces that are worth either 1 or 11. If the value of your hand is closer to 21 than that of the dealer you win. If the value of the dealer’s hand is higher than yours you lose. If the hands are of equal value the deal is a push and your money is returned. If you have a total of 22 or higher (a busted hand), you lose regardless of whether the dealer also busts.

Summary of Rules

  • 8 52-card decks are used
  • The deck is re-shuffled after each hand
  • Dealer stands on all 17’s
  • Doubling after splitting allowed
  • No re-splitting of cards allowed
  • No surrender
  • Only one additional card allowed on each Ace when splitting a pair of Aces

How to Play Blackjack

FullFlushPoker .com Blackjack is played with eight fifty-two card decks. After each game has been played, the used cards are shuffled back into the deck. All face cards are valued at ten and the cards from 2-10 are valued as indicated. Aces can be valued at either one or eleven; if counting the Ace as eleven would put the hand over twenty-one, the Ace is automatically counted as one instead. You do not need to specify which value the Ace has as it’s always assumed to have the value that makes the best hand. The value of a hand is the sum of the values of the individual cards. For example, a hand containing a Jack, 3, and 4 has a value of 17.

Interesting facts

Rob Hollink (born March 27, 1962 in Enschede, Netherlands) is a professional poker player based in Groningen. He has won both a European Poker Tour (EPT) title and World Series of Poker bracelet, becoming the first person from the Netherlands to do so, first was at the EPT's inaugural Grand Final of the European Poker Tour in Monte Carlo in...

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