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Card Game Rules

Card Game Rules

Blackjack or Twenty-One is a casino type game where players bet against the dealer for hands as close to 21 as possible without going over.

For other casino type games, see our guides for Texas Hold'em Poker and Seven Card Stud Poker.

Rank of Cards

Cards from 2-10 are worth their face value. Face cards are worth 10. Aces are worth 11 or 1 depending on which is more advantageous to the hand.

Deal

At the beginning of the game, the dealer shuffles the pack of cards (normally more than one) and selects a random player to cut the deck. After the deck is cut, a plastic insert is placed randomly in the deck to designate a reshuffle. This limits the ability of card counters and makes the game more difficult to beat the dealer.

Players then make their bets on the round. The dealer passes out one card face up to everyone including themselves. Next the dealer passes out one card face up to all of the players and one card face down for their own hand.

Possible Outcomes

Winning

If your hand is closer to 21 than the dealer’s, you win an equal amount to your bet. If your hand is equal to 21, it is called a “blackjack” or a “natural” and you automatically win 3:2 as long as the dealer does not also have a blackjack; If both you and the dealer have a blackjack, you push and no exchange of bets is made.

Losing

If the dealer’s hand is closer to 21 than yours, you lose your entire bet. If your hand becomes over 21 after a hit, it is called a “bust” and you automatically lose your bet, regardless if the dealer also busts.

Pushing

If your hand and the dealer’s hand are equal, you do not win or lose anything.

How to Play

Players always go first in a game of Blackjack before the dealer reveals their faced down card. Before a player begins official play, however, they may opt to do either or none of two things: buy insurance or surrender. A player may buy insurance in case that the dealer has a blackjack. Insurance is equal to the bet initially made and is given back to the player if the dealer does in fact have a blackjack. Insurance should only be bought in the case that the dealer’s face up card is a 10, face card, or Ace. Additionally, a player may surrender their hand if they are confident that they will lose. Surrendering gives the player back half of their bet while the other half is given to the dealer.

Starting with the one to the dealer’s left, players try to get their hand closer or equal to 21 than the dealer’s, without going bust. This can be done by hitting, standing, splitting, and doubling down.

Hitting

A player can choose to “hit” and request an additional card from the deck. Hitting can be signaled by saying “hit” or tapping the table.

Standing

A player can choose to “stand” and keep the original cards dealt. Standing can be signaled by waving their flat hand across their cards.

Splitting

A player can decide to “split” their cards only if the cards originally dealt to them are pairs. Splitting turns the pair into two individual hands, each with their own bet equal to the player’s first bet. The dealer then deals them two additional cards to complete each hand and the player again has the options to hit, stand, split, or double down.

Doubling Down

If a player is confident in their hand, they can decide to “double down” by doubling their initial bet. After the initial bet is made, the dealer gives them one more card after which the player must stand.

A list of places where you can play Blackjack online may be found here.

Basic Strategy

While the casino almost always has the advantage, players can adapt to a mathematically proven strategy, known as Basic Strategy, to increase their chances. Here are a few general rules to Basic Strategy:

  1. Never take insurance. For the most part it is not worthwhile. If the dealer does have a blackjack, you are better off taking the lost.
  2. Always double down if your initial cards are 9-11. In this scenario, an additional card will only help you get closer to 21 without busting.
  3. Always stand if your hand is 12-17+ and the dealer’s upcard is 2-6. In this scenario, the dealer will hit and either, hopefully, get a lower value than yours or go bust.
  4. Always hit if the dealer’s upcard is 7-A and your hand is either a 12-14 or an Ace/2-6. If the dealer has a 7-A, they are at the most advantageous and it is better to try your luck with an additional card.
  5. Always split if you have a pair of 2’s, 3’s, 6’s, 7’s, 8’s, or 9’s, and the dealer’s upcard is 2-6.
  6. Always split if you have 2 Aces.

Below is attached a Basic Strategy graph for a game of blackjack using 6 decks. You may also view the graph as well as other resources for playing blackjack here.

While Basic Strategy can improve one’s chances, it should be noted that even if someone follows Basic Strategy perfectly, they are not guaranteed a win.

Rule Variations

While the standard game of Blackjack is one of the most popular casino games in the world, every casino has their own variations on key rules. This guide will discuss common ones but, a more comprehensive list may be found on pagat's article on Blackjack, found here

Dealer Hits on 17

For most casinos, dealers are supposed to automatically stand if their first two cards equal to 17. Some casinos, however, allow their dealers to hit on 17. On the table, it will say either H17, for hit on 17, or S17, for stand on 17.

Number of Decks

Casinos choose how many decks will be used in a game of Blackjack. The more decks used, the larger of an advantage the dealer has over the players. This is due to the increased difficulty for a player to count cards. Because casinos want their games to appear more favorable to the player, they might use fewer decks but, compensate the favorability by having stricter rules like requesting higher minimum bets.

Blackjack Payout

While most casinos stick to the standard 3:2 payout for blackjacks, some opt for 6:5 payouts. This is a significant disadvantage for the player and it is advised to not play 6:5 blackjack.

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Interview with Inside the Casino

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Simple Guide to Blackjack Rules

Simple Guide to Blackjack Rules

This Blackjack guide will take you through the most popular casino card game. The simplicity of the rules and the fact that some skill is required are perhaps the main reasons for its popularity. Find out how to play blackjack below.

If you are a complete beginner, don’t worry, I’ll take you through everything you need to know before you start playing. From the basic rules to the various side bets on offer and how to pick the best table for you, it’s all here. So, grab your notepad and read on!

How to Play Blackjack

How to Play Blackjack

In standard blackjack casino rules, all players face off against the dealer. Two cards are dealt to each player and two to the dealer. Each player can then choose to receive extra cards or accept the hand as it is. In order to win a hand, players must finish with a higher total than the dealer, without exceeding 21 – or “busting”. Another way for the player to win is to have a hand of 21 or less, while the dealer busts. A perfect hand, combining an ace with a 10, Jack, Queen or King, scores 21 and is known as blackjack.

It’s as simple of that. Of course, there are numerous variants possible, optional side bets as well as more advanced playing options. But don’t worry. Just keep reading and you’ll find out about all of the blackjack card game rules that you need to know before you begin playing.

Card Values

It is easy to understand the value of the cards in the game. All number cards score the value (two-10) indicated on them, and the face cards – Jack, Queen and King – always count as 10. The only special card value is the Ace. This can count as either one or 11. The value of the Ace is always in favour of the player.

Hard and Soft Hands

As mentioned, an Ace can score as 1 or 11. It will always have a value of 11 unless this would cause the hand to bust. A hand including an Ace is known as a “soft” hand, as it has two possible scores, while a “hard” hand has no aces, and therefore only one possible total. It is important to understand how this affects the basic blackjack strategy, as it is advisable to hit on certain soft values when you would not normally hit on the same number with a hard hand.

The Blackjack Table Explained

At the table, you will find the dealer, who plays opposite up to seven players, depending on the specific game. For each seat, there is an outlined space where the player can place their bet. The cards are dealt directly above this. The table limits and payouts are usually displayed in the space between player and dealer so there is no confusion for anyone.

The number of cards used in a game depends on the game, but usually, there will be a large stack of cards made up of more than one 52-card deck.

Bets are made using counters, which are commonly known as chips. Different colours denote different values, which will usually be shown clearly at the bottom the screen in online games.

The dealer usually will draw the cards from a device known as a shoe. This allows for quicker and easier dealing and removes any doubts about card manipulation. While multiple decks may be placed in a shoe (often 6 or 8 decks are used in a game), most casinos will use a cut card in order to indicate that it is time for a shoe change when there is a certain number of cards left. This is done to reduce the efficacy of card counting

A card that is easily distinguishable from the rest of the playing cards, which is placed at a specific location in the deck in order to control when shoe changes are needed.

Cards that have been used are not placed back into the shoe. Instead, they form a discard pile in a tray on the other side of the table, so as to avoid confusion.

Blackjack casino rules are pleasingly simple. To begin with, you are dealt two cards. You may then choose to receive any number of extra cards you like, taken one-by-one. The aim is to achieve a higher score than the dealer with your hand. However, any hands over “21”, will bust and so automatically lose.

Place Bets

Before a hand is dealt, each player must decide how much to wager within the table limit range.

Each table will have different minimum and maximum bets accepted, commonly referred to as the “table limits”. These bets must be placed in the box in front of the player’s seat.

Cards Dealt

The cards will be dealt, starting with the player on the dealer’s left-hand side. Each player will get one card in turn (as will the dealer) until all hands have two cards.

All players’ cards are dealt face up so that everyone can see all values. The dealer’s first card is also an “up card”, though their second is usually dealt face down, or a “hole card”.

Hit/Stand

Starting from the player on the dealer’s left, each will have the chance to receive more cards. If a player is happy with their hand, then they indicate to the dealer that they wish to “stand”.

To receive another card, they must “hit”. There is no maximum number of cards allowed (see advanced rules for exceptions to this).

Result

After each player has busted or stood, the dealer will take more cards as necessary. If they bust, then all players with a hand of 21 or less will win.

If they have a valid hand, then each player’s hand will be compared to the dealer’s. The higher score wins. If there are any ties, this results in a “push”, and the original bet is returned to the player.

Once the cards are dealt, each player decides whether to hit or stand. This decision must be made without seeing the dealer’s full hand, as their second card is normally dealt face-down. Once all players at the table have as many cards as they want, or have busted, it is the dealer’s turn to play. They will play following rules set by the casino, regarding when to hit and when to stand. All hands are then compared to the dealer’s hand and any winnings are paid out.

Options Available to the Player During a Hand

Options Available to the Player During a Hand

Although the steps above are all of the basic blackjack rules UK players need to know in order to get playing, there are a few other options that are available to players in certain situations. Keep reading to get a more in-depth understanding of the game. The various variants employ these different rules in combinations, meaning you should always make sure to be aware of all the ins and outs of a game before playing.

Knowing the basic blackjack rules is essential to playing. In order to play well, and to know what to do in every situation, you also need to understand insurance, splitting and doubling down. You can download a PDF guide to all of these rules below.

Insurance

If, once the initial cards have been dealt, the dealer’s up-card is an ace, the players will often be offered the option of taking out insurance. This will usually mean placing a new bet equal to half the original wager against the dealer having blackjack. If the dealer does, then the insurance bet is won, usually paying 2:1, thus cutting the losses of the player.

If not, then the insurance bet is lost, and the hand continues as normal. You should be aware that insurance bets work heavily in the house’s favour, and there are no situations where it is statistically advisable to take this bet. For more advice on how to lower the house’s edge, check out my strategy page.

Surrender

This rule, also known as ‘late surrender’ lets players forfeit their hand before receiving extra cards. This is typically only done in the case of the dealer’s up-card being an Ace or 10-value card. A late surrender is allowed only after the dealer has checked for blackjack. This differs to the far more uncommon early surrender which is possible before the check is made.

Split

Players are generally allowed to split their first two cards if they are a pair, thus creating two hands instead of the normal one per seat. This requires a second bet of equal value to fund a second hand. There are various permutations of what is allowed after splitting, which can all be employed by the casino or developer in order to control the return-to-player (RTP) rate of a game.

Double Down

Often, after receiving their first two cards, players are allowed to double their bet while hitting. This tends to be possible only on certain scores, and regularly means they will not be able to hit again on this hand. As such, it is a risky move, but one that can often be very lucrative.

Bet Behind

In land-based casinos or at live casinos, you may find that a table is full. In this instance, you are often still able to place bets and get involved in the action. You may place a bet “behind” a player, wagering that they will win the hand. You will not have any say over the actions they choose to take, which makes this style of betting much more passive.

It is imperative that you understand how the game works if you are going to play for real money. This video will take you through each stage of a round, or ‘hand’, so that nothing will pop up during play that you are unfamiliar with, causing you unnecessary stress when your money is on the line.

If you have a grasp of the basics, you can skip down to read about the various playing options that you may come across during hands. These instructions are based on classic blackjack rules. However, different variants and rule alterations in different games can alter how the game works.

Blackjack Side Bets

Blackjack Side Bets

Depending on the game, there can be a variety of side bet options. These often require a relatively low minimum bet, which makes them appealing to a lot of players. Before you make a side bet, it’s worth considering that the payout rates are lower than regular bets. Therefore, they should be viewed as a fun optional extra, rather than a route to increased takings. Here are some of the optional bets you’re likely to find in blackjack games, some of which are common than others.

Interested in adding a little bit of excitement on the side of the main game, but unsure which options to go with? Feel free to download the sheet below as a guide to the most common side bets, typical payouts and RTPs.

21 + 3

21+3 is one of the most common side bets you’re likely to come across. In this side bet, the player’s hand and the dealer’s up-card are played like a hand of Three Card Poker.

The player wins in the event of a flush, straight, straight flush or three of a kind. The RTP based on six decks sits at 96.77% and payouts can range from 5:1 on a flush to 100:1 on suited trips.

Perfect Pairs

Perfect Pairs is another common and popular side bet, thanks in large part to its simplicity. In order to win, players simply have to be dealt a pair. Payout rates differ depending on the nature of the pair.

Mixed colour and suits will yield a 5:1 payout, same colour and mixed suits will yield 10:1, and the eponymous perfect pair with the same colour and suit will yield 30:1. Just be aware that the RTP on this bet is 94.21%.

Lucky Ladies

Lucky Ladies has a much lower RTP at just 86.66% but is favoured by many players due to its high payout opportunities. The goal is to have your first two cards total 20, with the best hand being two queens.

Having two queens of hearts yields a payout of 200:1, but two queens in addition to the dealer having blackjack boosts the payout to 1,000:1. A matched 20, meaning two cards of the same rank and suit, pays 25:1, whereas a suited 20 pays 10:1. Any unsuited pair totalling 20 yields a payout of 4:1.

Suit’em Up

In Suit’em Up the player’s first two cards win if they’re the same suit. Payouts will differ depending on the cards themselves.

For instance, suited aces can yield 60:1, suited blackjack will pay 10:1, a suited pair will get you 5:1, suited 11 pays 3:1, and any other suited pair will pay 2:1. The typical return-to-player in this side bet is 96.59% on six decks.

Lucky Lucky

Lucky Lucky is a side bet that combines the player’s first two cards with the dealer’s up-card. In this side bet the winning hands total 19, 20, or 21, with bonuses awarded for hands of 6-7-8 and 7-7-7, both suited and unsuited. Due to this, payouts vary a great deal.

A suited hand of 7-7-7 will yield a payout of 200:1, suited 6-7-8 will pay 100:1, and their unsuited counterparts will pay 50:1 and 30:1 respectively. A suited total of 21 pays 15:1, unsuited pays 3:1. Totals of 20 and 19 both pay 2:1. Players can expect a rate of return of 97.34% across six decks.

Buster Blackjack

Buster Blackjack differs from all other side bets in that the player wins when the dealer busts, even if the player themselves has already busted. The more cards taken by the dealer in order to bust, the higher the payout.

If the player gets blackjack, this dramatically raises the payout. For instance, if the dealer busts with 8+ cards and the player has blackjack, you’re looking at a 2,000:1 payout. Typical RTP for this side bet is 93.79% over six decks.

There are numerous different games, focusing around one or two of these bets, with 21 + 3 and Perfect Pairs being the most common. If you would like to see all of these bets in action, all within one product, check out 6 in 1 Blackjack.

Blackjack Variants

You will find many games online with standard blackjack rules. However, you will also find a great number of so-called ‘variants’; these are games with changes to the basic rules, allowing for a different experience for the players. Because of these innovations, the game has remained fresh over the years. However, a word of caution: many variants exchange interesting changes for a lower RTP rate. That being said, here are the specific blackjack card game rules.

Many blackjack games will differ from the classic rules. You can check out this sheet for a handy guide to blackjack variants and their respective RTPs.

Single Deck

To many players, this is the “holy grail” of all casino card games. The theoretical return rate can be as high as 99.85%, and card counting is easiest with only one deck. However, in online and casino versions of this setup, there will almost always be other rule changes that re-increase the house edge so that it works out the same (or worse) than a six or eight deck game.

Double Exposure

Here, both of the dealer’s initial cards are dealt face up. This gives players a better chance of making the right decision regarding their own hand as it is clear whether or not the dealer has a good or bad hand. In order to balance out this advantage, blackjack usually only pays even money. Also, all ties result in a dealer win except for a natural blackjack (21 with the initial two dealt cards), which results in a push against a dealer 21.

Switch

Players are dealt two hands instead of one. They are then able to exchange, or “switch”, the top cards between the two decks, increasing the chance of blackjacks or favourable hands. However, blackjack only pays even money. Also, if the dealer scores 22, all hands are pushed except for a natural blackjack (21 with the first two cards, and not on splits).

Spanish 21

This variant really shakes up the classic blackjack rules. Six decks are used, although all 10s are taken out, making 48-card decks (known as “Spanish decks”). Numerous rules work in favour of the player, such as doubling down after a split, and a player 21 always winning, even against a dealer blackjack. However, even with these rules, the RTP is often lower than traditional games.

Match Play 21

This variant is essentially the same as Spanish 21, simply with a specific payout structure for certain winning hands. Five-card-tricks pay 3:2, and special combinations of three card hands can pay between 2:1 and an enticing 40:1.

Double Attack

After the dealer’s second card has been revealed, players have the option to double their bet without receiving any additional cards. A Spanish deck is used, and split Aces only receive one card. However, players are allowed to double or surrender at any time, making this a slightly complicated but fun alternative to the classic. Just make sure that you fully understand how to play Blackjack Double Attack before giving it a whirl.

Super Fun 21

Played using regular 52-card decks, this game allows more ways for a player to win a hand. If they achieve a score of 20 with six or more cards, they automatically win, even against a dealer blackjack. A player blackjack also wins in all scenarios. If a player has 21 with five or more cards, they automatically double their money. Blackjacks, however, only pay 6:5.

Caribbean 21

This variant usually sees the use of a large number of standard decks. In this instance, however, Aces always count as one. The player may double at any time, including redoubling and doubling after splits. Splitting is allowed on any cards. The play may also surrender at any time. The best hand possible is a “Caribbean 21”, which consists of two 10-value cards and an Ace. This supersedes all other hands, even if it is achieved after a split.

Free Bet

There are only two changes to standard blackjack rules here: the player does not have to pay extra in order to double down or to split a hand; if the dealer gets 22, all player’s valid hands are pushed. This results in a lower RTP, despite the seeming generosity of the game’s rules.

Surrender

The ability to surrender a hand is not that common, but it is a feature of blackjack rules UK players often look for in a game. Certain games of this variant even allow an early surrender, which can be done before the dealer checks for blackjack, reducing the house edge even further than usual.

Vegas Style

In this variant, a player does not necessarily lose the hand if they bust. If the dealer also busts, then the hand is pushed. Sometimes this requires the dealer to bust with a higher total than the player.

Pontoon

This can refer to two different blackjack variants. However, in the UK it almost exclusively relates to a game that varies very little from the classic blackjack casino rules. The most noticeable difference is the term “twist” is used in the place of “hit” and “stick” instead of “stand”. The dealer wins on all ties. However, a five-card-trick (scoring 21 with five cards) automatically wins unless the dealer has a Pontoon (the game’s name for a natural 21).

Multiple Action

This seems a complicated variant at first, but the main thing to remember is that almost all standard blackjack rules apply here. The difference is that on a bet, the player may elect to play three rounds with the same hand. Their wager will be split across the three rounds, and the dealer will keep their up-card for all. However, a different second card will be drawn by the dealer in all three rounds.

There are multiple ways in which a game can differ from the classic set up. Side bets offer a fun add-on, while there are dozens of ways in which to alter the gameplay. Knowing how to play is essential to making sure you get the most of the game, but it is equally important to understand specific blackjack card game rules.

Choose the Perfect Table for You

Now that you have heard about the various different options for playing blackjack games, you are probably wondering how to find the right game for you. Which table you choose to play at really depends on what you want from the game. Use the table below to find out what variant is best for you. Alternatively, head to my general blackjack page to find a series of free game demos.

With straight forward blackjack rules and a decent payout rate, this title from Playtech is a great choice for beginners.

With six different side bets, and three hands playable at once, you’ll never be bored while playing FELT’s 6 in 1 Blackjack.

Playtech’s Blackjack Switch has an incredible 99.87% RTP rate, making it one of the best games for players who want to maximise their returns.

Spanish 21 sees massive changes to the basic blackjack rules, but can be great fun once you get your head around it!

In order to create interesting versions of the game, developers and casinos utilise different blackjack card game rules. This also allows them to keep the RTP of distinct games roughly the same, keeping both their bank managers and the players happy. Understanding the effects of each rule is essential when you are playing for real money when every little difference is key.

Things to Consider When Picking a Game

If you are happy with any of the games above, then there’s nothing more to say. However, if you are looking for something else, or are planning a trip to a land-based casino, there are a few things that you need to consider when choosing a table. These small changes to the standard blackjack rules can significantly affect the outcome of a betting session.

Different Deck Numbers

Playing with a single deck is the original setup for the game. However, due to the small house edge that is given by this system, blackjack casino rules tend to favour the use of several decks instead. Most commonly, you will find games with six or eight decks in play. Be aware that the house edge increases with every extra deck used.

Doubling After Splitting

As I previously mentioned, once a player splits a hand, there are different possible rules about hitting on each hand possible. One such rule is that a player may be allowed to double down on a split hand. This rule is advantageous to an experienced player as they can take a risk on a favourable hand.

Re-Splitting Aces

After a player has split a pair of Aces, it is possible that one of the hands will again be a pair of Aces. At this point, some blackjack card game rules allow for this hand to be re-split. This variation also shifts the advantage to the player, who is then able to employ best practice unhindered by restrictions on their playing choices. Because of this, many games restrict the options for splitting aces, but most allow more liberal splitting with other cards.

6 to 5 Blackjack & Even Money Blackjack

One of the ways in which the developer of a game may increase the house edge in a variant is by changing the payout for a player’s blackjack. While in standard blackjack casino rules a blackjack will pay 3:2, this can be reduced to 6:5 or even money. This is usually done in order to balance out more favourable rules for players and maintain the casino’s profit. However, you should be aware that this can be done simply to increase the house edge.

Continuous Shuffling Machines

The use of continuous shuffling machines makes certain advanced blackjack strategies, such as card counting, impossible. Because the cards are not dealt from a static deck but shuffled between rounds, the ability to predict the probability of the next card is negated. Online, automated games all use this strategy, as do certain land-based and live blackjack games also use these machines to protect the casinos against card counters.

Shoe Penetration

Also commonly known as “Deck Penetration”, this refers to the number of cards that are cut off in the shoe by the cut card. Once the cut card is reached, the shoe will be changed, without dealing all remaining cards. The more cards left in the shoe at the time of a change, the harder it is to benefit from card counting practices. As such, the odds swing away from the player as the shoe penetration decreases. This is, of course, irrelevant for games that use continuous shuffling machines.

Helpful Resources

In the next few sections, you will find other useful things to help you on your journey from beginner to card-counting expert. There is a glossary of important terms, guides to rules, side bets and variants, as well as the latest news in the industry and some other interesting points.

Downloadable Charts and Guide Sheets

Throughout the page, I have included a few downloadable sheets that you can save, print out and peruse to your heart’s content. To make things even easier for you, you can find them all collected below.

Though you are, of course, free to come back to this page for a refresher course at any time, these sheets will also look great printed off and hung up on your wall! All of the information that you might need about the basic rules and most popular blackjack side bets and variants is covered.

Blackjack Rules Glossary

    • Blackjack The best hand in the game; an Ace and a 10-value card (10, Jack, Queen or King) dealt with the initial two cards.
    • Burn Card A card removed from the deck by the dealer, typically from the top, after shuffling or changing decks.
    • Bust When a hand exceeds 21, resulting in an immediate loss.
    • Cut Card A plastic card in the deck used for cutting after shuffling. When the dealer reaches the cut of a deck, they will reshuffle.
    • Deck Penetration See “Shoe Penetration”.
    • Double Down A move which requires the player to wager double their initial bet, whereupon the dealer will deal them an additional card.
    • Early Surrender When a player forfeits before the dealer checks for blackjack, thus losing half of their bet.
    • Even Money This occurs when the player has blackjack and the dealer has an ace up-card. The dealer can offer the player a pay-off equal to the bet before checking their down-card.
    • First Base The seat to the left of the dealer, which is dealt first.
    • Hard Hand A hand where the ace counts as one, or where no ace is present.
    • Hit 17 A rule where the dealer must hit on all totals of 17, even soft 17.
    • Hole Card The dealer’s card which is dealt face down.
    • Insurance A bet for the event of the dealer having blackjack. The bet can amount to half of the original wager and can only be made when the dealer’s up-card is an ace.
    • Late surrender When the player forfeits their hand after the dealer checks to see if they have blackjack, thus losing half of their original wager.
    • Natural Often used as another name for blackjack.
    • Pontoon Another name for blackjack, chiefly used in the UK.
    • Shoe Penetration The percentage of cards dealt and/or played before the deck is reshuffled. Is often also referred to as “pen”. Synonym: Deck Penetration.
    • Soft Hand Any hand consisting of an ace that can be played as either 1 or 11.
    • Stand 17 A rule where the dealer must stand on all totals of 17, including soft 17.

A Note on the History of Blackjack

Blackjack has one of the longest and most storied histories of any casino game. Though much of the game’s history goes back many years, in the 1990s and 2000s, there have been many attempts to create twists on the classic. These variants can be fun to play and certainly good for a change.

However, along with side bets, the changes to blackjack rules are often designed to increase the house edge, while allowing the game to remain attractive to players. An example of this is Super Fun 21 that advertises itself as an excellent game designed for the players, popping up in bright colours all across 90s America.

However, the inclusion of certain rule shifts means that this game is actually statistically worse for the player and so should not be confused with the classic game. Knowing the history of a specific set of rules and judging the motivation behind them is a good practice for any player who takes their gambling seriously.

Etiquette

Now that you know how to play blackjack, you’re more or less ready to dive right in and start playing. Just remember that whether you’re playing at a live casino or land-based casino, it’s important to adhere to betting etiquette. Online anonymity is no excuse for bad behaviour in a casino. Be polite and courteous to your dealer and treat your fellow players with the same level of respect you would like to receive. You will, in turn, have a far more enjoyable experience.

Blackjack News

If you like to keep up to date on all the latest and most important related news, you’ll find everything you need below. My team of writers work tirelessly to bring you the freshest news from the world of online gambling, so you can expect frequent updates right here on this page. Check back regularly to get your fix of blackjack news!

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Frequently Asked Questions

I get a lot of messages from readers asking all sorts of questions. Many of those queries come up repeatedly. So, I’ve answered some of the most common blackjack rules questions that I get asked; hopefully, you’ll be able to find the answer that you are looking for.

What is blackjack basic strategy?

Blackjack basic strategy comprises of surrender, split, double down, and hit or stand. Mastering when to make each action can greatly improve your winning edge when playing. To delve into the strategy, check out my dedicated blackjack strategy guide.

Does the blackjack dealer hit on 17?

According to regular blackjack casino rules, the dealer always stands on 17. This happens regardless of the dealer’s up-card. This can be altered in the rules of a specific title and will usually say so on the table itself. Learn more about the rules and how to play blackjack in our dedicated section.

What is a surrender in blackjack?

Surrender is a move offered in a select few blackjack variants that allow the player to fold and lose just half their bet, instead of the full amount. It can only be used on the first two cards dealt to the player. Learn the specifics of blackjack terms with our comprehensive guide.

Are you allowed to count cards in blackjack?

There's no explicit rule in blackjack casino rules to prohibit you from counting cards. Just be aware that a dealer can ask you to stop playing if they suspect you of counting cards, both online and offline. If the game has become too easy for you, you can always pick one of the other blackjack variants.

What are the basic rules of blackjack?

Blackjack rules are pretty simple. In essence, get the highest score possible, with exceeding 21. You can read the full rules by reading this page.

How do you play blackjack 21?

21 is another name for blackjack. The rules are the same with either name. If you are unsure what game to play, then click to see our recommendations.

12 jogos grĂĄtis para vocĂȘ se divertir sem sair de casa

O coronavírus é um dos assuntos mais delicados do momento e tem afetado a vida de muitos brasileiros mesmo que de forma indireta. Por exemplo, muitas empresas e escolas cancelaram as suas atividades normais e adotaram medidas como homeoffice ou aulas à distùncia para evitar riscos de contaminação.

JĂĄ quem estĂĄ em uma situação mais delicada e estĂĄ em casa sem poder exercer a sua atividade devido a este motivo deve estar procurando algo para ajudar a passar o tempo ou apenas para manter o contato com seus amigos e familiares mais prĂłximos. Assim, o Olhar Digital preparou uma lista de jogos online gratuitos para vocĂȘ jogar com seus amigos e familiares sem ter que sair de casa. Confira!

Jogos recomendados para celular

A lista de games para celular traz algumas opçÔes clåssicas para se ter no celular como jogos de tabuleiro adaptados e também alternativas para quem gosta de algo mais moderno. Veja:

Uno! – Android / iPhone

O famoso jogo de cartas que faz os seus amigos ficarem em verdadeiros apuros ou com raiva por ter recebido um “+4” conta com uma versĂŁo para celulares, que tem a mesma regra do game original e conta com um modo especial para dois jogadores. Quem estiver com um espĂ­rito mais competitivo pode tambĂ©m tentar a sorte na briga em torneios que rendem recompensas.

Brawl Stars – Android / iPhone

Se vocĂȘ estĂĄ Ă  procura de um jogo com mais ação e similar aos MOBAs, mas com uma curva de aprendizado bem menor, o Brawl Stars Ă© uma boa pedida. Aqui, os jogadores sĂŁo colocados em partidas 3×3 e tem que utilizar as suas habilidades para pegar 10 cristais.

Rummikub – Android / iPhone

Outro jogo clĂĄssico e que jĂĄ marcou diversas geraçÔes Ă© o Rummikub onde os jogadores precisam formar sequĂȘncias de nĂșmeros com as peças disponĂ­veis, inclusive, fazendo o uso do coringa, sendo bem similar a jogos de cartas. A versĂŁo online, Ă© claro, traz as mesmas regras e tem a vantagem de vocĂȘ nĂŁo precisar ter que embaralhar tudo ou guardar as peças.

Bomber Friends – Android / iPhone

Quem teve acesso a videogames nos anos 80 e 90 com certeza jĂĄ jogou ao menos uma vez o clĂĄssico Bomberman. EntĂŁo, se vocĂȘ estĂĄ com saudades desse jogo, o Bomber Friends traz uma camapanha com mais de 300 fases e partidas online com atĂ© 8 jogadores.

Scrabble Go – Android / iPhone

Mais uma opção interessante na lista, mas dessa vez para quem quer quebrar a cabeça é o Scrabble Go, que funciona como uma versão moderna das clåssicas palavras cruzadas. Nele, para chamar os seus amigos ou familiares, basta usar a sua conta do Facebook.

Call of Duty: Mobile – Android / iPhone

Mais uma opção interessante de nossa lista para quem gosta de ação Ă© o Ășltimo jogo da sĂ©rie Call of Duty para celulares. Contando com partidas rĂĄpidas e em diferentes mapas, vocĂȘ tem um verdadeiro arsenal de armas a sua disposição, que podem ser melhoradas apĂłs ter ganho algumas partidas.

Jogos recomendados para PC

A nossa seleção de games para computador acaba sendo bem diferente da vista acima e traz opçÔes que rodam a partir do próprio navegador ou do Windows. Confira:

Magic The Gathering Arena

Um dos jogos mais populares de TCG (Trading Card Games) demorou atĂ© ter uma versĂŁo para PC mais acessĂ­vel. Nele, Ă© claro, cabe a vocĂȘ escolher as suas cartas para montar o deck mais forte.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Desde o surto do coronavĂ­rus a Steam tem cada vez mais batido o recorde do nĂșmero de jogadores online ao mesmo tempo. JĂĄ quem Ă© o grande detentor de grande parte deles Ă© o Counter-Strike, que pode ser jogado de forma gratuita.

Dragonbound

Se vocĂȘ jogou no PC durante os anos 90 e frequentou lanhouses, Ă© bem provĂĄvel que vocĂȘ se lembre do clĂĄssico Gunbound. Assim, uma boa opção para lembrar os bons tempos dele Ă© o Dragonbound, que possui uma mecĂąnica bem similar e roda a partir de seu navegador sem precisar ser instalado.

Destiny 2

Para quem estĂĄ Ă  procura de um jogo menos casual e que vai lhe tomar um bom tempo, o Destiny 2 acaba sendo outra alternativa interessante. Nele, vocĂȘ passarĂĄ por diversos planetas sempre em busca de melhorar os seus equipamentos enquanto derrota uma verdadeira horda de monstros.

Path of Exile

Mais uma opção para quem gosta de bastante ação fica com o Path of Exile, um jogo gratuito que lembra bastante o clåssico Diablo. Aqui, o grande diferencial do jogo fica para a sua årvore de habilidades, que lhe deixar moldar o personagem a sua maneira.

Call of Duty: Warzone

JĂĄ o Ășltimo game de nossa lista tambĂ©m faz parte da sĂ©rie Call of Duty, sendo este um jogo do estilo Battle Royale em primeira pessoa. Aqui, vocĂȘ Ă© colocado em um mapa com atĂ© 150 jogadores e o seu Ășnico objetivo Ă© ser o sobrevivente final.

Outras opçÔes gratuitas

AlĂ©m das opçÔes que o Olhar Digital listou acima, lembre-se sempre de dar uma conferida na parte de jogos Free to Play da Steam e, tambĂ©m, na parte de jogos gratuitos da Epic Games, que mudam algumas vezes durante o mĂȘs.

Pronto! Agora, vocĂȘ jĂĄ conhece alguns jogos interessantes para fazer o tempo passar mais rĂĄpido enquanto mantĂ©m o contato com seus amigos e familiares de forma segura.

Esta post foi modificado pela Ășltima vez em 16 de março de 2020 17:40

Como assistir futebol online, ao vivo e grĂĄtis

Se vocĂȘ estava tentando descobrir como assistir futebol online e ao vivo, com boa qualidade e sem enganação, chegou no lugar certo!

Eu passei um bom tempo pesquisando e testando diversos serviços grĂĄtis e pagos, e neste post vou mostrar para vocĂȘ quais sĂŁo os que realmente funcionam. Acompanhe.

Assistir futebol online: os melhores aplicativos e sites grĂĄtis

A TV tradicional vem perdendo espaço para os serviços de streaming de filmes e séries, então era natural que essa transformação chegasse também nas transmissÔes de esporte ao vivo.

Nos Ășltimos meses, muitas parcerias foram firmadas entre grandes empresas de tecnologia e entretenimento, federaçÔes e clubes de futebol, e por isso hoje jĂĄ Ă© possĂ­vel ver o jogo do seu time ao vivo pela internet. Muitas vezes de graça!

Facebook Watch

O Facebook Watch estå transmitindo ao vivo e de graça, vårias partidas da Copa Libertadores da América em parceria com a Conmebol.

VocĂȘ pode assistir os jogos atravĂ©s do computador ou do celular, bastando para isso seguir a pĂĄgina da Conmebol Libertadores.

A partir do momento que vocĂȘ começar a seguir a pĂĄgina, os vĂ­deos e transmissĂ”es aparecerĂŁo na aba Watch da rede social.

VocĂȘ tambĂ©m pode acessar o endereço no seu navegador, e colocar CONMEBOL Libertadores na busca para encontrar a partida que estĂĄ rolando agora.

Globo Play

O serviço Globo Play da Globo oferece transmissĂŁo gratuita e ao vivo de alguns jogos por streaming, e vocĂȘ pode assistir tanto pelo site quanto pelos aplicativos disponĂ­veis para celulares e smart TVs. VocĂȘ sĂł precisa criar uma conta na Globo para acessar (a conta grĂĄtis mesmo, nĂŁo precisa ser assinante).

Como o serviço replica exatamente o sinal da Rede Globo na sua cidade, vocĂȘ vai ter que se contentar com a partida que estĂĄ passando na TV aberta mesmo. Basta clicar na opção “Agora na Globo“.

A qualidade de imagem Ă© excelente por internet residencial (WiFi ou cabo), mas se vocĂȘ estiver num local com bom sinal 4G, tambĂ©m dĂĄ para acompanhar pelo celular.

Esta é a forma mais antiga e conhecida para quem deseja assistir canais de TV aberta ou fechada através da internet, mas também pode ser uma das mais trabalhosas, jå que exige que usuårio fique buscando listas de canais ativos.

No artigo abaixo eu explico detalhadamente como funciona o procedimento, e, obviamente, no caso das transmissÔes de TV por assinatura, trata-se de mais um meio ilegal. Então, acesse por sua conta e risco.

YouTube

Graças aos desentendimentos recentes entre os canais de TV e os Clubes do país, muitos jogos importantes passaram a ser transmitidos gratuitamente pelos próprios times e federaçÔes em seus canais oficiais no YouTube.

Se vocĂȘ quiser saber se o jogo de hoje do seu time vai passar lĂĄ, basta colocar o nome da partida na busca (ex.: Flamengo e Palmeiras), e aproveitar.

AlĂ©m disso, existem dezenas de canais “alternativos” no YouTube especializados em transmitir canais de TV, e eles podem ser uma boa saĂ­da para quem estĂĄ sem TV e quer assistir futebol online e ao vivo.

Alguns deles apresentam qualidade de imagem decente, jĂĄ outros espremem uma pequena janela de vĂ­deo com pĂ©ssima qualidade no meio de um monte de anĂșncios.

Todos os dias o YouTube suspende uma porção desses canais piratas, mas todos os dias surgem novos. Então não då nem para eu te recomendar algum aqui.

Assistir futebol online: aplicativos pagos

Globosat Play (SporTV)

Se vocĂȘ tem alguma TV por assinatura (nĂŁo vale gatoNET!) com os canais da Globosat, pode assistir futebol online e ao vivo atravĂ©s dos aplicativos Globosat Play ou SporTV Play, disponĂ­veis para Android e iOS.

Por experiĂȘncia prĂłpria eu jĂĄ te aviso logo: o sistema costuma ficar fora do ar durante os jogos mais decisivos, como na final do BrasileirĂŁo, por exemplo. #prontofalei

O DAZN (fala-se “dĂĄzen”) Ă© uma espĂ©cie de Netflix dos esportes, que disponibiliza no Brasil uma infinidade de competiçÔes ao vivo por streaming em alta definição, e custa R$ 19,90 por mĂȘs (com o primeiro mĂȘs grĂĄtis).

A plataforma tem exclusividade para transmissão da Copa Sul-Americana, que inclui times brasileiros como Corinthians, Botafogo, Fluminense e Atlético-MG, mas ela não para por aí.

AlĂ©m dos diversos campeonatos de futebol, o DAZN tambĂ©m oferece para seus assinantes as grandes competiçÔes do automobilismo e do tĂȘnis, alĂ©m de vĂĄrias modalidades de luta livre, entre elas o Glory Kickboxing e o EFC.

O aplicativo estå disponível para diversos modelos de Smart TV, dispositivos Android e iOS, videogames Xbox One, e também funciona no computador, através do navegador.

LiveFC

O LiveFC ainda Ă© uma plataforma de streaming pequena, focada somente nos jogos da Copa do Nordeste.

A assinatura custa apenas R$ 19,90 mensais e, além dos jogos, ainda garante uma série de programas especiais, notificaçÔes de gols, e até dicas de apostas.

TNT Sports (antigo Ei Plus)

O TNT Sports oferece uma sĂ©rie de transmissĂ”es ao vivo de jogos por R$ 19,90 mensais. Jogos do BrasileirĂŁo e da Champions League sĂŁo os grandes atrativos do serviço, porĂ©m outros campeonatos estĂŁo incluĂ­dos. Caso vocĂȘ compre a assinatura anual, o valor mensal cai para apenas R$ 13,90!

O funcionamento é bem parecido com os demais serviços, contando com acesso via computador, smartphone Android e iOS e app para Smart TV, mas hå dois diferenciais interessantes: suporte para quem tiver dificuldades na hora de acessar, e acesso simultùneo em 2 dispositivos.

Também é possível assinar o TNT Sports pelo UOL Esporte Clube e pelo UOL Play (com 7 dias gråtis).

FOX Sports Play

Depois de uma longa briga judicial, o FOX Sports online perdeu a assinatura avulsa, e voltou a ficar disponível somente para quem tem TV por assinatura. Para acessar, entre no endereço foxplay/pt-br, e entre com o login da sua operadora.

O serviço está em transição para se tornar a nova plataforma de streaming da Disney – STAR, novamente com a modalidade de assinatura avulsa, ainda esse ano.

Premiere Play

Agora Ă© possĂ­vel assinar Premiere Play mesmo que vocĂȘ nĂŁo possua nenhuma TV por assinatura, diretamente no seu cartĂŁo de crĂ©dito ou dĂ©bito.

Funciona como a Netflix: vocĂȘ paga 59,90 por mĂȘs, e tem acesso Ă  todos os jogos ao vivo: BrasileirĂŁo, estaduais, copa, europeus e muito mais, tudo por streaming, no aplicativo para a sua SmartTV, no app para celular, e no site tambĂ©m.

Obviamente, se vocĂȘ jĂĄ possui TV por assinatura com o pacote Premiere incluso, nĂŁo precisa pagar essa mensalidade. Basta acessar o serviço usando o login da sua operadora.

E vocĂȘ, como faz para assistir futebol online e ao vivo? Conta aĂ­ nos comentĂĄrios!

Quarentena: 7 jogos online para reunir os amigos e se distrair

Um dos desafios para quem estĂĄ em casa nessa quarentena Ă© arranjar algo para passar o tempo – e, de vez em quando, ficar longe das notĂ­cias sobre a Covid-19. Tem gente que se distrai como pode: fazendo cursos online, ouvindo musicais da Broadway e atĂ© recriando obras de arte no Facebook.

O objetivo dessa lista Ă© simples: reunir os amigos que costumavam se encontrar no happy hour da semana (ou na festa de sĂĄbado, ou no churrasco de domingo
) e jogar – com cada um na sua casa, claro.

Hå jogos para todos os gostos: casuais, mais hardcore, no celular e até na Wikipédia. Basta criar uma chamada (no Skype, Hangouts, Zoom, etc.) e escolher.

Among Us Ă© um divertido game em que os jogadores precisam descobrir quem Ă© o assassino entre eles – e realizar uma votação para eliminĂĄ-lo. Bom para passar o tempo com os amigos, especialmente para quem gosta de blefar.

For The King Ă© um simpĂĄtico RPG, com liberdade de exploração e aprimoramento dos personagens ao longo do jogo. Num mundo medieval (e com elementos mĂĄgicos), vocĂȘ escolhe a aventura que quer seguir, e pode chamar atĂ© trĂȘs amigos para compor a equipe do modo cooperativo.

Que atire a primeira regra quem nunca perdeu uns bons minutos navegando pelos inĂșmeros verbetes da WikipĂ©dia. Pois bem: criaram um jogo sobre isso.

A premissa Ă© fantĂĄstica. A plataforma gera um link para duas pĂĄginas aleatĂłrias da plataforma (que podem ser obtidas clicando em “random articles” neste link): uma delas Ă© a linha de partida; a outra, de chegada. O objetivo Ă© chegar de uma pĂĄgina a outra apenas clicando nos hiperlinks que forem aparecendo conforme vocĂȘ navega. Vence quem concluir o “percurso” em menos etapas.

Parece simples, mas Ă© mais difĂ­cil do que parece, e demanda estratĂ©gia para encontrar o caminho mais lĂłgico. Algumas regras: Ă© proibido digitar na aba de pesquisa da WikipĂ©dia, ou usar qualquer menu ou botĂŁo que nĂŁo sejam os hiperlinks dos textos; nĂŁo pode usar as setas de “voltar” e “avançar” do seu navegador, nem clicar em artigos de datas (como “1984”), por serem considerados textos muito abrangentes. Em caso de empate, o critĂ©rio Ă© o tempo: quem alcançou Ă  pĂĄgina de chegada primeiro leva.

A contagem de artigos pode ser feita pelo nĂșmero de abas abertas, e as regras completas estĂŁo aqui, em inglĂȘs. Para quem achou complicado, existem outras versĂ”es e sites que facilitam o jogo, como o The Wiki Game, uma plataforma que gera as pĂĄginas automaticamente e ajuda a criar os grupos de competidores. Os anos de navegação na enciclopĂ©dia, enfim, valeram a pena.

TV online grĂĄtis: a lista completa de canais em Portugal

Para ver televisĂŁo gratuita online em Portugal reunimos esta lista de canais legais com transmissĂŁo de TV em direto para que possas ter emissoras portuguesas e brasileiras no PC, telemĂłvel, tablet e outros dispositivos mĂłveis.

Podes tirar proveito dos canais, e respetivos sites, em casa ou em qualquer lugar com ligação à Internet, um navegador e ecrã. São formas gratuitas, seguras e legítimas para ver televisão online, de Portugal e do Brasil, a funcionar em 2021.

A diversidade de opçÔes para ver tv online traz-nos vårias temåticas e cobre diversas åreas, com algumas emissoras regionais. Se queres acompanhar as notícias locais existem produçÔes focadas em regiÔes, ou cidades distintas de Portugal.

Temos tambĂ©m outros canais online que se focam na mĂșsica, cultura, arte, polĂ­tica, nos conteĂșdos para crianças, ou na religiĂŁo. Em todos os casos podes usufruir da tv online grĂĄtis, com conteĂșdos para todos os gostos.

Existem diversos canais religiosos

Além da transmissão em direto temos canais que disponibilizam gratuitamente episódios completos da sua grelha de programação. Entre estes destacamos a SIC Mulher, SIC Radical, ou a SIC K para ver televisão portuguesa online.

Podes ver a praia em direto com a LiveCam MEO

A quem quiser vislumbrar a praia, é possível ver uma transmissão em direto de vårios pontos da costa portuguesa. A LiveCam MEO transmite desde a Praia da Rocha, às praias do Norte e à Madeira, além de algumas praias fluviais e lagos.

Podes assim ver a ocupação das praias, sobretudo antes de sair de casa.

Hå soluçÔes para pacotes de TV da Vodafone, NOS, MEO e NOWO

  • Se Ă©s cliente NOS, podes ver dos canais contratados online na plataformaNOS TV.
  • Se Ă©s cliente Vodafone, podes tirar proveito da aplicaçãoTV Vodafone Vbox.
  • Para clientes MEO hĂĄ o serviçoMEO Go para dispositivos mĂłveis e computador
  • Para clientes NOWO hĂĄ a app NOWO TV para dispositivosAndroid e para equipamentosiOS(iPhone / iPad).
  • Para assistir Ă  BTV online, o melhor site para ver TV online em Portugal Ă© o respetivo portal.

A TV em direto com canais online do Brasil

Tal como em Portugal, no Brasil temos vĂĄrias emissoras que disponibilizam os seus conteĂșdos de TV online grĂĄtis.

A lista acaba é maior, dividindo-se em canais generalistas, locais e religiosos. Alguns destes aplicam uma restrição baseada na localização ao seu stream online, mas pode ser contornada com algumas das melhores VPNs a funcionar.

O principal requisito Ă© o acesso Ă  internet, cuja qualidade, intensidade do sinal e largura de banda podem causar variaçÔes na experiĂȘncia de visualização. TambĂ©m o tipo de dispositivo usado pode interferir, aqui com base nas suas caraterĂ­sticas.

Antes de ires, descobre as melhores box Android TV da atualidade, com vårias sugestÔes de compra. Além disso, fica a conhecer o Amazon Prime Video, do catålogo ao preço em Portugal.

A ideia é simples: uma vez que a melhor solução para o coronavírus ainda é permanecer em casa e evitar o contacto social, a nossa sugestão é que convides todos os teus amigos ou familiares para uma partida virtual num destes 176 jogos de tabuleiros.

Jå aqui te falåmos nos mais tradicionais jogos de tabuleiro que, declaradamente menos tecnológicos, te devem ter divertido por muitas e muitas horas nestes dias de confinamento. A verdade é que só os podias jogar com alguém que vivesse na mesma casa que tu, e que também estivesse em confinamento. Ora, a nossa proposta de hoje é que ultrapasses esta barreira e te divirtas a jogar esses jogos com os teus amigos ou familiares, cada um na sua casa e em modo online.

Mais de 150 jogos para todos os gostos

Na plataforma Board Game Arena vais encontrar mais de 150 jogos de tabuleiro online, 176 para ser mais preciso.

Tal como noutras plataformas online onde podes jogar títulos mais complexos e tecnológicos, como Fifa, PES, Doom, Call of Duty, entre muitos outros, nesta Board Game Arena vais encontrar uma vasta panóplia de jogos de tabuleiro, mas na sua versão online, para jogares com o teu grupo de amigos ou com os teus familiares mais próximos, totalmente à distùncia e em segurança.

O registo nesta plataforma Ă© totalmente gratuito, assim como a maior parte dos jogos. Aqueles que nĂŁo sĂŁo gratuitos tambĂ©m podes jogĂĄ-los, desde que um dos jogadores seja um assinante Premium da plataforma, que disponibiliza assinaturas que vĂŁo desde os 2 aos 4 euros por mĂȘs, uma verdadeira pechincha tendo em conta o nĂșmero de jogos disponĂ­veis.

Todos os jogos tĂȘm um manual prĂłprio com todas as regras, para o caso de jĂĄ nĂŁo te recordares quantas cartas recebe cada jogador ao inĂ­cio de uma partida de Uno. Da mesma forma, alguns dos jogos mais complexos e de estratĂ©gia, oferecem um vĂ­deo que ensina a jogar, permitindo uma curva de aprendizagem rĂĄpida a todos os jogadores que nunca experimentaram alguns destes tĂ­tulos.

Por fim, deixamos-te uma dica e uma lista dos nossos jogos preferidos nesta plataforma:

A DICA: instala uma das muitas plataformas de videochamada existentes no mercado, como o Zoom, o Houseparty , o Facebook Messenger ou o Jitsi para tornar toda a experiĂȘncia mais real.

  • Takenoko : o jogador que cultivar mais bambu e gerir as suas ĂĄreas de cultivo da melhor maneira, ao mesmo tempo que satisfaz o apetite do panda, ganharĂĄ o jogo.
  • Solo (Uno) : se jĂĄ conheces as regras do Uno, em Solo sĂł o nome Ă© que muda: cada jogador recebe oito cartas e o primeiro a colocar todas as suas cartas na mesa Ă© o vencedor.
  • The Boss : Ă©, essencialmente, um jogo de cartas (com um pequeno tabuleiro de jogo para marcar pontos) de dedução, onde podes – e deves – fazer bluff para enganares os teus adversĂĄrios.

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Compete no derradeiro campo de batalha contra criaturas épicas e inimigos déspotas!

Constrói cidades majestosas, cria uma aliança poderosa, escolhe o teu deus protetor e conquista o mundo!

Torna-te um governante da Idade Média e conduz o teu povo até à honra e glória no Tribos!

Tribal Wars 2 – construa e fortifique o seu castelo medieval

Explora o Oeste selvagem e vive aventuras e duelos emocionantes. The West espera por ti!

NOVO : Elvenar – Explora um mundo fantástico

Tribos – O jogo de estratĂ©gia clĂĄssico na Idade MĂ©dia

O Dia de SĂŁo Valentim estĂĄ mesmo ao virar da esquina! No Forge of Empires, iremos marcar o dia da mesma forma, a apreciar as pessoas que tĂȘm mais significado, vocĂȘs, os nossos jogadores!
No prĂłximo domingo, dia 14 de.

Atualização 1.198

A atualização 1.198 ocorrerå dia 17 de fevereiro de 2021.
Nesta atualização fizemos algumas correçÔes e melhorias.

Dia de SĂŁo PatrĂ­cio 2021

O Dia de SĂŁo PatrĂ­cio estĂĄ mesmo ao virar da esquina e este ano, recebem um pedido de ajuda de uma cidade vizinha. Os vossos vizinhos procuram ajuda para organizarem um grande festival para comemorar este dia!

Atualização 1.197

A atualização 1.197 ocorrerå dia 3 de fevereiro de 2021.
Nesta atualização fizemos algumas correçÔes e melhorias.

17.ÂȘ Semana Recompensadora

A equipa Forge of Empires decidiu proporcionar aos seus membros mais uma semana dedicada a atribuir prémios. Isso mesmo!

Trazemos novamente atĂ© vocĂȘs um passatempo no qual nĂŁo tĂȘm de procurar pela solução, cansar a visĂŁo a desvendar.

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