Blackjack is one of the oldest casino-type gambling games in the world. Its incredibly popular due to its simplicity and its risky gambling nature. Seemingly dependant on the luck only, it nevertheless gives a lot of game-deciding chances to the player himself. The rules are simple: the dealer deals players two cards each and deals himself two cards, one of which is turned over, the other is shown to the players. The main goal of the game is to get the maximum sum of point less or equaling 21. More points than 21 automatically leaves you no chance to win. Players take turns in hitting more cards if necessary until they stand and show their cards. Then, the dealer reveals his second card and hits more cards if necessary. The dealer is no active player, he hits cards until he reaches at least the sum of 17 and then, according to the rules, he has to stand. The whole pot is given to the player (or the dealer) who has the most points under or 21 or divided among those players who got the best results, if there are two or more of such. Card values:

2 - 10 = 2 - 10
Jack = 10
Queen = 10
King = 10
Ace = 1 or 11 by players choice

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