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Blackjack King

Blackjack King is a traditional blackjack game that lets you enjoy the casino experience without risking real money. It’s easy to play, fun, and highly addictive.

Here are the basic rules of Blackjack:

  1. Objective: The objective of the game is to beat the dealer’s hand without exceeding a total of 21.
  2. Card Values:
    • Numbered cards (2 through 10) are worth their face value.
    • Face cards (Jack, Queen, King) are each worth 10 points.
    • Aces can be worth either 1 or 11 points, depending on which value benefits the player more.
  3. The Deal:
    • The dealer deals two cards face up to each player, including themselves.
    • The dealer typically deals their own cards with one face up and one face down (the “hole” card).
  4. Player’s Turn:
    • The player closest to the dealer’s left begins the game and has the option to “hit” (take another card) or “stand” (keep their current hand).
    • Players can continue to hit until they decide to stand, or until they exceed 21, in which case they “bust” and lose the round.
  5. Dealer’s Turn:
    • Once all players have completed their turns, the dealer reveals their face-down card.
    • The dealer must hit until they reach a total of 17 or higher.
    • If the dealer busts, all remaining players who have not busted win.
  6. Winning:
    • Players win if their hand is closer to 21 than the dealer’s hand without exceeding 21.
    • If a player’s hand equals the dealer’s hand, it’s a “push,” and the player neither wins nor loses.
    • Blackjack (an Ace and a 10-value card) beats any other hand totaling 21.
    • Blackjack typically pays out at 3:2 odds (meaning a $10 bet would win $15), unless the dealer also has Blackjack, in which case it’s a push.
  7. Insurance:
    • If the dealer’s face-up card is an Ace, players have the option to buy insurance, which is a side bet against the dealer having Blackjack.
    • Insurance typically pays out at 2:1 odds if the dealer does indeed have Blackjack, effectively allowing the player to break even on the hand.
  8. Splitting and Doubling Down:
    • Players may have the option to split pairs (e.g., two 8s) into separate hands, each with its own bet.
    • Players may also have the option to double down, doubling their bet in exchange for committing to stand after receiving one more card.