The three most popular in casinos are usually 21, poker and baccarat. Each one has its own specific rules and trivia. Here we review the rules and development of blackjack and other popular card games.
21st blackjack is a game present in all casinos because it is super popular. He has a very famous following. Even Napoleon Bonaparte was a blackjack player, or rather, an old version of this game.
The basic rules of Blackjack are quite simple. The goal is to get a hand of cards with a total value as close to 21 as possible, without going over. Each player is dealt two cards at the start of the game, and can then choose to ask for another card or keep the ones they have.
If the value of the hand exceeds 21, the player automatically loses. If the player gets a total of 21, he automatically wins. If neither happens, the player with the hand closest to 21 wins.
A curious anecdote is that Ben Affleck he is banned from some casinos because of his impressive skill in this game.
Poker is a psychological and strategic game. Although it is a game of chance, punters can be distinguished by their skill.
The goal is to make the best five card hand possible, using a combination of the cards that are dealt to the players and the community cards that are placed in the center of the table.
Players may use any combination of their hole cards and community cards to form their hand.
Hands are ranked from highest to lowest: Royal Flush (best), Straight Flush, Four of a Kind, Full House, Flush, Straight, Three of a Kind, Two Pair, Pair, and Bottom (worst).
During the game there are several rounds in which players can bet or fold. At the end of each betting round, players show their hands and the winner receives all the chips wagered during that round.
It's an exciting game, and that's why there are so many movies that feature poker, like final bet or Casino Royale.
The object of the game is to correctly predict whether the player's hand or the bank's hand will have the higher value. To begin with, players must place their bets before the cards are dealt.
The dealer then deals two cards to each of the hands. The cards have a value between 1 and 9, with aces counting as 1 and 10s and face cards counting as 0. If the sum of the first two cards is 8 or 9, it is called "natural" and there are no more cards dealt.
If neither hand has a natural, the dealer may deal a third card depending on the situation. The hand with the highest value wins the game. If both have the same value, a draw is declared.