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Black Jack

In general, the object of most Blackjack games is to beat the Dealer's hand by getting as close to 21 without going over ("bust"). We offer a number of Blackjack variations which share a common set of basic rules with a few subtle differences. The next few sections describe general Blackjack rules and features.

  • Aces count as 1 point or 11 points, whichever yields the highest total score without going bust.
  • Kings, Queens, Jacks, and 10s each count as 10 points.
  • All other cards count at their face value (i.e. 2 through 9 points).

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French Roulette

French Roulette is a single-zero European-style roulette table.

European Roulette wheels are divided into 37 evenly spaced slots numbered 0, and 1 through 36. The zero slot is green and the other numbers are either red or black. The evenly balanced wheel, usually made of polished wood, turns on a spindle. The dealer spins the wheel in one direction and releases a small ivory ball in the opposite direction into the outer edge of the wheel, where it circles many times before slowing down. As the ball loses momentum it falls toward the centre of the wheel and drops into one of the slots. It may bounce around from slot to slot but eventually it settles into a single slot to end that round of the game.

 

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American Roulette

American Roulette wheels are divided into 38 evenly spaced slots numbered 0, 00 and 1 through 36. The zero slots are green and the other numbers are either red or black. The evenly balanced wheel, usually made of polished wood, turns on a spindle. The dealer spins the wheel in one direction and releases a small ivory ball in the opposite direction into the outer edge of the wheel, where it circles many times before slowing down. As the ball loses momentum it falls toward the centre of the wheel and drops into one of the slots. It may bounce around from slot to slot but eventually it settles into a single slot to end that round of the game.

Players make bets against the House by placing chips in various boxes or on the lines between the boxes on the layout table.

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