Rules of blackjack are quite simple. You play against the dealer, and you can play a single hand or several hands at the same time. The dealer deals you two cards. Depending on the variation of blackjack you will be able to see one dealer's card, or both cards are from you are closed. Each card in blackjack has its own denomination. Picture cards (jacks, Queens and kings) are all valued as 10, the value of the remaining cards corresponds to their advantage, and the ACE can equal 1 or 11 according to the player.
The aim of the game is to collect cards with total of 21 or closest to 21. The first two cards you can get any number of cards, however, it is important not to overdo it. If your hand exceeds 21, you automatically lose. The highest hand in the game is blackjack. Blackjack is first two cards sum to 21 points ( for example, a ten and an ACE). A player blackjack always wins the round.
In a land-based casino blackjack is usually played not with one but with 6-8 decks. It is worth noting that the fewer decks involved in the game, the higher your winning chances. The dealer in blackjack must adhere to certain rules. For example, he is obliged to take cards until the sum of the hand reaches 17 points, and then have to stop. If the sum of your cards and the dealer's cards are equal, then a draw, and you keep your bet. If your total higher than the dealer, or the dealer goes bust, then you win 1 to 1. If you are lucky enough to get combination of blackjack, you win 3 to 2.