Black Jack Euphoria

Black Jack Euphoria is a popular Las Vegas casino game, now popular around the world.It is a amazing and sought-after Vegas casino game in which the target of the player is to hit a hand which points total closer to 21 than the dealer's hand, but no more then 21.***** GAME RULES AND HINTS *****^^^^ Game ^^^^After the player has selected the bet, dealer distributes first two cards. Player decides whether to HIT or STAND. If the player decides to take one more card and the total points are more than 21 then the player gets busted. The same condition holds for the dealer too. If both player and dealer decide to stand and their points are less than 21, the one whose point is closer to 21 wins. In the case of a draw, placed bet is given back. In the case of player's first two card total point is exactly 21 then player wins by Vegas BlackJack unless dealer's point is less than 21. In cases when both player and dealer make Blackjack than placed bet is given back. If the player wins the game he gets twice coins as its initial bet.^^^^ Hit ^^^^If you hit, you take another card or cards in hopes of getting closer to 21. If the player's total exceeds 21 after hitting, the player is said to "bust" and loses the bet.^^^^ Stand ^^^^If you stand, you elect to draw no more cards in hopes that the current total will beat the dealer.^^^^ The Dealer's Turn ^^^^If the dealer has a natural 21 (black-jack) with his two cards, he won't take any more cards. The dealer must hit if the value of the hand is lower than 17, otherwise the dealer will stand. ^^^^ Scores ^^^^Kings, Queens, Jacks are each worth 10, and Aces may be used as either 1 or 11. The object to player is to hit a hand which points total closer to 21 than the dealer's hand, but no more then 21.^^^^ Now about dealers tricks and secrets ^^^^One seemingly good bet to beginning blackjack players is taking insurance. And a major reason why beginning players are fooled into thinking insurance is a good idea is because dealers ask players beforehand if they want insurance when the opportunity arises. However, this is a very poor wager, and we'll get into the specifics of why after explaining more about this bet.^^^^ How Insurance Works ^^^^The opportunity for insurance wagers arise when the dealer draws a face-up ace; at this point, the dealer will go around the table and ask everybody if they want to take insurance. The insurance is in case the dealer receives a blackjack, and you put out half of your original bet as the insurance. Assuming the dealer does have a blackjack, you win 2-1 on your insurance wager.To illustrate how this works, let's say that you make a 10 bet, and the dealer shows an ace. You then take the offered insurance bet by laying another 5 out on the table. The dealer turns over his second card, which is a king, thus giving him a blackjack. In this event, you receive win 5 on your insurance bet (10 total), but lose 10 since the dealer had a blackjack. So basically, your overall bet was a push, and this doesn't seem like such a bad deal so far.Now, let us assume that the dealer didn't have a natural blackjack; in this instance, you automatically lose the $5 insurance wager; however, you still have a chance to win the original 10 wager if your hand beats the dealer's.^^^^ Why the Insurance is casino trick ^^^^Consult any source of Black Jack 21 strategy and they'll tell you that insurance is bad. (Stanford Wong knows it better then Bill Kaplan or J.P. Massar, that why he won more)And the first thing you have to understand with this concept is exactly what insurance entails. Most players mistakenly assume that insurance is meant to protect their hand in the event that the dealer has a blackjack. But the reality is that insurance is merely a wager on the dealer having a natural blackjack.Right now, you have got all of required information and ready to go!Black Jack Euphoria is really amazing, so enjoy it!
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