Blackjack is simple to learn and one of the most popular card games in the casino. The aim is to have a hand with a total value higher than the Dealer's without going over 21.
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If you’re new to Blackjack, why not try out our Learn to Play casino experience and let one of our experienced croupiers teach you how to play before trying out the tables for yourself.
This easy card game is played with four, six or eight standard decks of 52 cards. All cards are scored at their face value, except picture cards which have a value of 10, and Aces which count as 1 or 11. The essence of Blackjack is to get nearer to a total of 21 than the Dealer. If your hand goes over 21 it loses.
Blackjack is usually played at an arc-shaped table with places for up to seven Players on the outside and for the Dealer on the inside. At one corner of the table is a rectangular placard that explains the minimum and maximum bets at that table, as well as giving variations in common rules.
Play begins when you place your bet on the table. Once all have been placed, every Player is dealt two cards, including the Dealer.
You now must decide how to play out your hand. Cards 2 to 10 are scored at their face value. Kings, Queens and Jacks have a value of 10. Aces can count high or low (either 1 or 11).
The best result you can achieve in this game is a two-card 21, or a Blackjack.
If your two cards don’t total 21, you must decide if you can risk asking for more cards in your quest to get closer to a total of 21.
The rules for Blackjack at this casino, set out below, are our commitment to the players in ensuring that the gambling we offer is ‘Fair and Open’. In the event of a dispute resulting from any ambiguity in the rules, the decision shall always be in the player’s favour until that ambiguity has been resolved.
We are committed to creating a culture of Safer Gambling within our casinos. We have appointed Safer Gambling Ambassadors across all our sites, in order to protect young and vulnerable people from being exploited by gambling, prevent underage gambling and increase support for the treatment of gambling harm.