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Summary: iBlackJack 21 is played with 52 cards that are shuffled after each round. The aim of the game is to get closer to 21 than the dealer, without exceeding the value of 21 points. After the 10th Hand, the player has the opportunity to put his name on the high score list or play further. If the player has less than $ 10 credit he has lost the game and the game starts from new. The values of the individual cards Aces count as desired one or eleven points. Two to ten are in accordance with their eyes, Face cards (Jacks, Queens, Kings) are ten points. Gameplay The player gets $ 1000 credit. Before the game began, the player placed his bets by touching the chips 10, 20, 50 or 100. There will be no table limit. After the bets are made, the dealer begins distributing the cards. Each player and the dealer receive one card first, then each player - but not the dealer - a second card. The player can request additional cards ("HIT"), until he believes to be close enought to 21 and does not want any more cards ("STAND"). However, anyone who exceeds his cards with the value 21 will instantly lose. Once all players have their cards, the dealer takes his second card. If the dealer has 17 or more points, he must stand. If the dealer exceeds 21 points, the player wins automatically, regardless of its face value. The player wins if his card value reaches closer to 21 than the dealer. If a player has the same number of points as the dealer, so it's a tie, the player loses nothing, he also wins nothing, unless the dealer has blackjack. If a player wins, he gets a profit in the amount of its use (1: 1). In blackjack case, a higher income is distributed. Blackjack is a combination of 21 points comprising the first two cards, so ace and ten, or ace and a picture. If a player has a blackjack, but not the dealer, the player gets a (3:2) payout. If the dealer also has Blackjack, then the game is tied. If the dealer has Blackjack, the player not so the player loses even the player has 21 points.
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Developer: Christian Papp
Genre(s): Miscellaneous, Board Games
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