Discover How to Play Chemin de Fer: A Beginner’s Manual

November 22nd, 2009 by Felix Leave a reply »
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For those who have never participated in blackjack on the internet before here’s a tip, blackjack is incredibly simple to learn. If you understand how to count to twenty one and do basic addition, you can play black jack. The point of the game is to arrive as near to twenty-one as you can and not going over. Basic enough right? Below is how a round is played.

The blackjack croupier will deal you 2 cards one at a time. After looking at the cards you must then determine if you can afford to take another card without having a high chance of exceeding twenty-one. It will help if you have knowledge that face cards (King, Queen, Jack) are all valued at 10 points, and the ace is valued at either 11 points or one point, whichever helps you out the most.

So how do you win? If you understand the goal then you will be able to win. All you have to do is to get your cards to be as near to twenty one as possible without exceeding 21, if you exceed 21 then you automatically lose. You can also win by having the exact same number of points as the black jack croupier.

Now that you know the game rules of blackjack you need to understand the jargon. If you get stuck, just say to the dealer, "I’m out" or "I surrender" you are then able to leave the game with half your wager on the table instead of your whole wager. If you inform the dealer, "I’d like to double down" this will double your bet under the stipulation that you need to succeed at the hand after your next card is given to you.

That is all there is to it. Chemin de fer is a great game to get your feet wet in the world of net betting since the regulations are so easy to understand.


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