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Blackjack is one of the most skill-dependent casino games, and this fact is largely what accounts for how well liked it is amongst gamblers who enjoy having their expertise and knowledge of strategy tested.

Check out the great range of games we’ve got on hand here at All Jackpots Casino New Zealand. You can easily enjoy the increased variety of action the lack of limitations in terms of space internet-based gambling provides by means of your smartphone, tablet, or PC, too.

Easy Play for Big Wins

Your objective in a Blackjack game is to finish each of the rounds with a hand that has a score that is not only closer to 21 than the dealer’s is, but higher than the dealer hand as well. Play will begin with your making a single wager, and then 2 cards will be dealt you, facing up. The dealer will generally receive 1 card facing up, and the other, the Hole card, will face down, depending on the variant you have elected to enjoy.

Scoring the hands is simple: numbered cards are taken at their face value, the Kings, Queens, and Jacks are worth 10 points each, and Aces can be set to either 1 or 11 points, depending on which would most benefit you.

The best possible Blackjack hand is a Natural, which sees you starting with an Ace and a 10-point card. If the dealer’s face up card shows an Ace or 10-value card, they will check for this before the game begins. If they have a Natural, player hands lose, except for Naturals, which push. If the dealer does not have a Natural, the player’s Natural will pay out immediately at odds of 3:2. Once these Naturals have been handled, decisions need to be made!

Player Options at All Jackpots

You will usually have four options during Blackjack play, once again depending on which variation you are enjoying:

  • Hit

This refers to your taking another card, and having its value added to your current hand.

  • Stand

This will see you taking no more cards, and ending your turn.

  • Double Down

On your first 2-card hand, you have the option to Double Down, which has you making an additional bet, equal in size to the one you initially made. You will then receive one extra card, after which you will have to Stand.

  • Split

If you have received 2 cards of the same rank to start the game, you can Split them into 2 distinct hands, Each 1 will be played for a single bet, and retain all the normal options, except when it comes to Splitting Aces. This will generally only see you getting 1 extra card for each of your 2 hands, after which you will have to stand.

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When you sign in to your All Jackpots Casino New Zealand account, you can enjoy a great range of Blackjack games whenever you want to get to 21. Sample the magic of this age-old casino game as and when you like!

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