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Many individuals enjoy playing Blackjack with friends or at casinos across the world. Knowing how to hold the cards is the key to a successful win. Base the decision to Hit, Stand, Double Down or Split by evaluating your hand and the dealer's flipped card. The objective of Blackjack is to build a hand that has a count of 21 and beats the dealer's hand. Achieving 21 with only two cards is considered a Blackjack. If a hand goes over the 21 count limit it is considered a "Bust".

A Blackjack is a combination of a card that is worth 10 points and an Ace. The 10-point cards are the 10 card and the face cards, which are the Jack, Queen, King. All other cards are worth the face value of the card. This simply means the 2 of hearts is worth 2 points, the 8 of spades is worth 8 points and so on. The Ace counts as either 1 or slotoff.com 11 depending on the situation. The majority of casinos offer a four-deck game of Blackjack but can use up to eight decks. This means four decks of cards are shuffled together and placed in a container called a shoe.

The dealer slides cards from the end of the shoe and deals them to each player. When using a shoe at a casino, every player is dealt two cards face up and the dealer is dealt one card face up and one face down. The player is not allowed to touch the cards throughout the game. Count your hand and look at the dealer's card that is face up. Base your strategy on your hand count and the dealer's card.

Help push your chances to win by following some simple tips. Learn Tip Group I then move on to the next group level. Ask for a "Basic Strategy for Blackjack" card or leaflet at the casino. Most locations have them available for their customers. Tip Group Level I and Level II - Hand Count Your hand - 17; Dealer's hand - 2 through A; Stand Your hand - 13 through 16; Dealer's hand 2 through 6; Stand --- Dealer's hand - 7 through A; Hit Your hand - 12; Dealer's hand - 2, 3, 4, 6; Hit --- Dealer's hand - 4, 5, 6; Stand Your hand - 11; Dealer's hand - 2 through 10; Double Down --- Dealer's hand - A; Hit Your hand - 10; Dealer's hand - 2 through 9; Double Down --- Dealer's hand - 10 through A; Hit Your hand - 9; Dealer's hand - 2 or 7 through A; Hit --- Dealer's hand - 3 through 6; Double Down Your hand - 2 through 8; Dealer's hand - 2 through A; Hit Tip Group Level III - Your Cards Your hand - A, 8 through 10; Dealer's hand - 2 through A; Stand Your hand - A, 7; Dealer's hand - 2, 7, 8; Stand --- Dealer's hand - 3 through 6; Double Down --- Dealer's hand 9 through A; Hit Your hand - A, 6; Dealer's hand - 2, 7 through A; Hit --- Dealer's hand - 3 through 6; Double Down Your hand - A, 5 or A, 4; Dealer's hand - 2, 3, 7 through A; Hit --- Dealer's hand - 5 through 6; Double Down Your hand - A, 3 or A, 2; Dealer's hand - 2 through 4 or 7 through A; Hit --- Dealer's hand - 5 or 6; Double Down Tip Group Level III - Pairs Your hand - A, A or 8, 8; Dealer's hand 2 through A; Split Your hand - 10, 10; Dealer's hand - 2 through 9; Split --- Dealer's hand - 10 through A; Hit Your hand - 9, 9; Dealer's hand - 2 through 6, 8, 9; Split; Dealer's hand - 7, 10 through A; Split Your hand - 7, 7; Dealer's hand - 2 through 7; Split --- Dealer's hand - 8 through A; Hit Your hand - 6, 6; Dealer's hand - 2 through 6; Split --- Dealer's hand - 7 through A; Hit Your hand - 5, 5; Dealer's hand - 2 through 9; Double Down --- Dealer's hand - 10 through A; Hit Your hand - 4, 4; Dealer's hand - 2 through 4 or 7 through A; Hit --- Dealer's hand - 6 or 7; Split Your hand - 3, 3 or 2, 2; Dealer's hand - 2 through 7; Split --- Dealer's hand - 8 through A; Hit References: Blackjack Rules How to Play Blackjack Blackjack - 21