When you’re on a Big “M” Casino Cruise, the table game of Blackjack is a great one to…
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…get acquainted with. It’s not hard to learn how to play Blackjack.
When you are on a Big “M” Casino Cruise, you will see a lot of action in the Blackjack pits.
So to be prepared for your next cruise, it’s a good idea to get familiar with the basic rules of Blackjack:
The goal of blackjack is to beat the dealer’s hand without going over 21.
- Face cards are worth 10.
- Aces are worth 1 or 11, whichever makes a better hand.
Each player starts with two cards; one of the dealer’s cards is hidden until the end.
- To ‘Hit’ is to ask for another card.
- To ‘Stand’ is to hold your total and end your turn.
- If you go over 21 you bust, and the dealer wins regardless of the dealer’s hand.
- If you are dealt 21 from the start (Ace & 10), you got a Blackjack.
Blackjack usually means you win 1.5 the amount of your bet, this also depends on the casino.
The dealer will hit until his/her cards total 17 or higher.
- Doubling down is like a hit, only the bet is doubled and you only get one more card.
- Split can be done when you have two of the same card – the pair is split into two hands.
- Splitting also doubles the bet, because each new hand is worth the original bet.
- You can only double/split on the first move, or first move of a hand created by a split.
- You cannot play on two aces after they are split.
- You can double on a hand resulting from a split of your bet.
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