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What are the rules of Blackjack?

Blackjack is certainly the globe's most well-known casino game. Ni-Vanuatu can play it online as well. Your sole purpose is to obtain a card score that is better than the dealer's hand, without exceeding 21.

Each Blackjack game is started when each participant is dealt 2 cards. If the value of the 2 cards is exactly 21, the Vanuatu player has a Blackjack and wins immediately. Otherwise, each player can stay or request another card (hit) to try to better their hand. The dealer plays last and this gives him a slight statistical advantage over the players.

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