Up to $1200 Free!!
 SITE MAP SLOTS POKER BLACKJACK POKER GAMES CASINOS CASINO REVIEW


  HOME

Online Gambling Poker

Online Gambling Blackjack

 

Online Gambling Poker Games

 

 Click Here to play at Challenge Casino

Online Gambling Blackjack

Blackjack, by far, is one of the most requested and played poker games on the internet. Before playing blackjack, you should know the objective, rules, buy-in and how to chose a table.  The Captain has listed below some basic guidelines for your review. 

 

Blackjack Objective: The objective of Blackjack of course is to beat the dealer. The dealer deals you two         cards face down and him/herself one card up and one card down. Then, you add up your cards and decide           whether you need any additional cards to try to beat the dealer. Keeping in mind, that the dealer has the same  option. You want to try to get as close to 21 (twenty-one) as possible without busting. Should you achieve           drawing only the first two cards and they equal 21 or better, you have a blackjack and the winning hand and     you will be paid 1 1/2 to 2 times your wager. Should the dealer also achieve drawing a blackjack, then it is       considered a tie (or push) and your wager is returned.                                                                                                   
Blackjack Rules 1.  Choosing a table:  You should chose a table that meets your bet sizes.  Tables will have a sign reflecting the minimum and maximum allowable bet.
  2.  Buying Chips:  An appropriate buy-in amount is anywhere from 10 to 20 times your average bet. If you are a $5 bettor, this means a buy-in of $50-$100 is typical. Don't try to hand your cash to the dealer. For security reasons, he can't take anything from your hands. Simply lay the cash on the table; he'll pick it up and change it for an equal value of playing chips. You won't be getting any change back either. He'll change the entire amount, push the chips across the table to you, and then drop the cash into a slot in the table top.
  3.  Making a bet:  On the table felt in front of your position, you'll find a circle for your bets. Before each hand begins, place your desired bet into the circle in one stack.  you are not allowed to touch the bet once the cards are dealt. Once the hand is over, the dealer will move around the table to each position in turn, paying winners and collecting the chips from losing hands. After the dealer has paid you, you can remove your chips from the circle, and place your next bet.
  4.  Deal of the cards:  Once all the bets are made, the dealer will deal the cards to the players. He'll make two passes around the table starting at his left (your right) so that the players and the dealer have two cards each. The dealer will flip one of his cards over, exposing its value.
  5.  Play of dealer's hand:  The dealer must play his hand in a specific way, with no choices allowed. There are two popular rule variations that determine what totals the dealer must draw to.  Stand on all 17's (any 2 cards totaling 17) or hit a soft 17 (any 2 cards totaling 17 with one card being an Ace)
  6.  Early Surrender:  An Early surrender offers you as a player the choice to fold your hand, at the cost of half of the original bet. You must make that decision prior to taking any other cards.  In an early surrender game, a player may choose to surrender before the dealer checks his cards for a blackjack, offering a cheap way out even if the dealer turns out to have a blackjack.
  7.  Late Surrender:  A Late surrender is where the dealer checks for blackjack first, and then only if he does not have blackjack will  he allow players to surrender their hands.
  8.  Hit or Stand:  The most common decision a player must make during the game is whether to draw another card to the hand ("hit"), or stop at the current total ("stand").
  9. Double Down:  Doubling down allows you to double your bet and receive one, and only one, additional card to the hand. (Keep in mind that you only get one card to beat the dealer.  So making a wise choice is beneficial to the player in doubling their winnings or doubling their losses.
  10.  Splitting Pairs:  When you are dealt a matching pair of cards, you have the ability to split the hand into two separate hands, and play them independently.  This allows you to beat the dealer with both hands resulting in a double pay-out, tie the dealer with one hand winning and one hand losing with no pay-out or create a double-loss by having two hands weaker than the dealer.
  11.  Insurance:  Insurance is a side-bet, where you are offered 2:1 odds that the dealer has a 10-valued card underneath ("in the hole"). If the dealer turns an up-card of an Ace, he will offer "Insurance" to the players.  The dealer will check to see if he has a 10-value card underneath his Ace.  If the dealer has Blackjack you will be paid your insurance bet.  Your original bet is lost unless you have a blackjack at which time you will break even.

 

Up to $200 Free!!

Up to $200 Free!!

Up to $200 Free!!

Up to $200 Free!!

 

 

 



Email Us:

captains-online-casino-gambling.com Copyright 2010