Blackjack – Game rules

The game played with 52 cards in which a player competes with the dealer on who will reach the number of card points as close as possible to 21 or precisely 21, never over 21.

The cards have the following value:

A – counts as 1 or 11

10s, Js, Qs and Ks – count as 10

The other cards have their face value.

The dealer deals two cards to the player and depending on the number of points, the player decides whether to risk and draw more cards or stand.

If the number of points exceeds 21 the player loses.

If the player stands, the dealer tries to get the score closer to 21 than the player has.

The dealer must draw a card if a score is 16 or lower and stand if the score is 17.

At any moment, on the left and right side of the dealer, the statistics of previous hands is shown.

The player places bets on his cards, but in case all positions at the table are taken, the player can place a bet on a player located at the table, using the option “Bet Behind”.