Towards 1849, with the gold rush, the game was incorporated into the halls of the American West, some casinos invented a special bet, the “black jack”, consisting of paying ten times the bet of the player if he won with the J (Jack) of clover or spades (the black sticks), imposing the name of the hand blackjack to the game twenty-one.
Objective of the game
The goal is to reach a score of 21 or get as close as possible, without exceeding that limit.
Black Jack consists of obtaining 21 points with the first two cards (One Ace combined with a 10 or any figure) and wins any combination, except when the dealer takes Black Jack. It pays 3 to 2.
Aces: Count as 1 or 11 points.
Figures and 10’s: Count as 10 points.
The rest of the cards: Count as their nominal value.
Maximum 7 players. They will be able to bet on any hand of any player, the clients that are standing, with the consent of that and inside.
However, they can not give the player advice or instructions and must accept their initiatives.
The decision of the head of the table is irrevocable.
Once the first “sabot” card has come out, bets cannot be placed or modified.
When the first card of the croupier is an Ace, players can secure a maximum of half of their first bet. It pays 2-1.
The player can double his bet with the first two cards, except when he has Black Jack. In this case you will be entitled to only one letter. If your first two cards have the same value, you can play two hands, making a bet equal to the initial on the other side. When a player separates two Aces, he can only ask for one card per card, except when another Ace comes out. If he obtained a 10 or a figure, it will be counted as 21 and not as Black Jack.