## How to Play Blackjack

You need to place your bet first. You then get two cards and the dealer gets one. The dealer receives a second face-down card. You are then asked if you want to get a hit, receive another card, or pass to the dealer. When you choose to take a hit, the dealer deals you another card and then asks if you want to hit again or stand. When the dealer’s face-up card is higher than seven, you’ve got good odds to hit if your total is between 12 and 16.

It’s a wise decision to stand when your cards total 17 or more. If your cards are over 21 points, you lost the game. In a tie, no one wins or loses. If the dealer busts when your cards are less than or equal to 21, you win. If a scenario where neither you nor the dealer’s total is over 21 occurs, the higher hand wins. Even money is won if you better the dealer.

Splitting pairs You can split your hand if your first two card games are of the same points, like a pair of nines. You must place a second bet that’s equal to your first bet if you choose to split your hand. You can then play them with separate hands. Each hand will get only one more card when Aces are split, and getting 21 won’t be considered as blackjack.

Doubling down Whenever you’re doubling down, you double your original bet. This only happens after getting your first two cards. If you choose this method, you’re dealt only one more card from the dealer and he’ll draw the cards he needs to finish his own hand. Blackjack When the first two cards dealt to you or the dealer is an Ace and a card worth 10, you achieve blackjack.

Payoffs for blackjack are three to two. Insurance Some casinos will ask if you want insurance when the dealer’s face-up card is an Ace. Insurance will cost half of your original bet. The dealer getting blackjack when you’ve taken an insurance bet will pay two to one, equaling what you lost on the original bet. Blackjack RulesTo win the game of blackjack, you must get your card point total as close to 21 as possible (but not over 21), beating the dealer’s total.

## How to Play

First, you place your bet. Then, the dealer deals two cards to you and one to himself. The dealer gives himself a second face-down card. You must decide if you will get a hit, take another card, or pass to the dealer. If you choose to take an h then. This keeps happening until you achieve your desired total or bust. If the dealer’s face-up card is greater than seven, you have good odds if you hit on a total of 12 to 16.

It is wise to stand if your cards total 17 or more. If your card point value exceeds 21, you lose the game. In a tie, there is no winner or loser. If the dealer busts and your total is less than or equal to 21, you win. In a scenario where neither you nor the dealer’s total is over 21, the higher hand wins. If you better the dealer, you win even more money.

### Methods of Playing

You can split when your first two cards are of the same value, like a pair of eights. To do this, you must make another bet equal to your first bet. Then, you can play with them with separate hands. When splitting Aces, you only get one more card on each hand, and getting 21 is not usually considered a blackjack.

#### Doubling Down

Doubling down means you can double your original bet. This can happen after you get your first two cards. If you choose this method, the dealer will only give you one more card and then draw the cards he needs to make up his own hand.

#### Blackjack

A blackjack is achieved when the first two cards dealt to you or the dealer are an Ace and a card worth 10. Payoffs for online blackjack games are three to two.

#### Insurance

In some casinos, you will be asked if you want insurance when the dealer’s face-up card is an ace. This will cost half of your original bet. If the dealer gets blackjack, your insurance bet pays two to one, equaling what you lost on the original bet.