Black Jack 21
Black Jack 21 is played with 6 standard decks of 52 cards (Jokers not included). The decks of Black Jack 21 are shuffled before each game round. You can play against the bank and your goal is to draw cards that should amount up to 21 scores. If your cards are overstepping the 21 you loose what you have put on stake.
Ace count as 1 or 11, dressed cards as 10. All other cards keep their normal value. The bank must draw at least 16 scores, and up 17 scores no more cards can be taken.
If you gain a higher score than the bank, you wins the amount you have put on stake. If the player and bank have the same scores, this means no win and no loss. The highest possible amount that can be made is with a ‘BLACK JACK‘ made up of a dressed Ace or a Ten. This value is paid out 1,5 times the stake amount, exceptions are if the bank also has a ‘BLACK JACK’.
If the sum of the ﬁrst two cards is 9, 10, or 11, the player can double his stake but will receive only one more card. If the first two cards have the same value, the player can split them into two hands. After splitting aces, only one card will be dealt to each ace. If this card is an ace, he can split them once more.