The rules of blackjack are as follows: Number of cards used: 4 decks of playing cards, excluding kings and kings, 208 cards in total

Points rule: The number of cards in your hand is: K, Q, J. 10 cards count as 10 points. A card can count as 1 point or 11 points, as determined by the player. All other cards from 2 to 9 cards are counted at their original face value.

Deal rules: The dealer deals two cards to each player, face up, and two cards to himself, one face up (known as an open card) and one face down (known as a concealed card).

How to play blackjack?

First, the player starts claiming the cards. If the first two cards the player gets are an ace and a ten, he has a blackjack; at this point, if the dealer does not have a blackjack, the player can win by doubling his bet (1-2). If the dealer has an ace on his card, the player can consider whether to buy insurance for half the amount of the chips. If the dealer has blackjack, the player gets the insurance money back and wins outright; if the dealer does not have blackjack, the player loses the insurance and continues to play.

How do I win?

Players without Black Jack can continue to hold and claim any number of cards they want. The goal is to get as close to blackjack as possible. The closer the better. Preferably blackjack.In the process of claiming cards, if all cards add up to more than 21 points, the player loses – this is called an outburst and the game ends. If the player does not break out and decides not to ask for more cards, the dealer will open his concealed cards at that point.


Generally, you can’t take a card until 17 or more, but you can’t take a card at 15 to 16 or even 12 to 13, and you can’t continue to take a card at 18 to 19. If the drug dealer explodes, he loses. If he does not explode, then you will win by comparing points with him. The same number of points is a tie and you can win your bet back.