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How to Play Black Jack: A Learner’s Guide

November 10th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments
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For those who haven’t taken part in black jack online before here is a hint, blackjack is extremely simple to learn. If you understand how to count to twenty-one and do simple adding, you can take part in chemin de fer. The goal of the game is to arrive as close to twenty-one as possible while not going over. Easy enough right? Below is how a hand is played.

The black jack dealer will deal you a card one at a time. After observing the cards you must then decide if you can afford to obtain an additional card without the risk of exceeding twenty-one. It’ll help if you know that face cards are all worth ten points, and the ace is worth either 11 points or 1 point, whichever helps you the most.

So how do you succeed? If you are aware of the challenge then you will be able to win. All you need to do is to get your cards be as near to twenty one as possible without exceeding 21, if you exceed 21 then you automatically lose. You are able to also win by achieving the same number of points as the blackjack croupier.

Now that you understand the regulations of chemin de fer you must understand the lingo. If you get into a bind, just tell the dealer, "I’m out" or "I surrender" you will then be able to leave the game with half your bet on the table instead of your complete wager. If you say to the croupier, "I’d like to double down" this will double your bet under the agreement that you have to succeed at the hand after your next card is dealt to you.

That’s all there is to the game. Chemin de fer is an excellent casino game to get your feet wet in the world of net wagering seeing that the rules are so easy to understand.

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