# What happens if you are dealt a blackjack?

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A player who receives a Blackjack (a ten value card and an Ace – two high cards) is paid one and a half times their bet. The dealer however only receives the player’s bet when dealt a Blackjack.

## What happens if you get dealt a blackjack?

If you get Blackjack, the dealer pays you 3 to 2. If you and the dealer both get Blackjack, it is a push and no chips are given or taken away. If you have a higher total than the dealer (or the dealer busts), the dealer matches the amount of your chips.

## What are the odds of being dealt a blackjack?

The farthest I’ve really come is that the odds of the first player getting dealt a blackjack is 1282652. First case: Odds of getting an Ace are 452, odds of the next being 10,J,Q,or K are 1651.

## Who wins in a blackjack tie?

When a tie or push takes place, the player neither wins nor loses his bet. A tie can occur when the dealer finishes the hand with the exact same point total that the player holds. This point total should not be lower than 17 because that would necessitate the dealer to draw another card.

## Is Black Jack illegal?

Catching the dice on a craps table mid-roll is legal. Counting cards at a blackjack table is legal. There are no laws against any of those things, but there are rules against all of them in their respective games.

## What happens if the player has blackjack and dealer score is 21?

A player total of 21 on the first two cards is a “natural” or “blackjack,” and the player wins immediately unless dealer also has one, in which case the hand ties.

## Can the dealer hit in blackjack?

Blackjack dealers have no options for the in-game decisions of whether to hit or stay; they follow a strict algorithm that will depend on the casino. The dealer waits until the players have exercised all their options, then the dealer reveals their hidden card and hits until they have at least 17 (most common).

## What are the chances of getting blackjack 3 times in a row?

What are the odds of getting 3 blackjacks in a row with 1 deck 4 players and one dealer. I’m going to assume there is never a shuffle between hands. The three other players don’t matter. The answer would be 23*(16/52)*(4/51)*(15/50)*(3/49)*(14/48)*(2/47)= 0.00004401, or about 1 in 22722.

## What is the probability of getting 21 in blackjack?

The probability of getting a blackjack (total of 21 in first 2 cards) is one in 20.8 hands. This is ironic because if you round up it is 1 in 21 hands and sometimes the game of blackjack is called twenty one.

## Do blackjack odds change with number of players?

Additionally, having more players at the table essentially undercuts the dealer’s advantage because it means they have fewer opportunities to come up with a blackjack themselves, especially in single-deck game. Inversely playing at a table with more players also lessens your odds of getting more blackjacks.

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## What if both players have 21?

If both the player and the dealer have a tie—including with a blackjack—the bet is a tie or “push” and money is neither lost, nor paid. … If either the player or the dealer exceed 21 or “bust” the hand automatically loses.

## Can the dealer fold in blackjack?

What is Surrender in Blackjack? In a game that features the ‘surrender’ option, the player can fold a blackjack hand before drawing new cards. When a player chooses to surrender, half of the original bet is returned to the stack, and half is forfeited to the dealer.

## What happens if you draw in 21?

In this case, you don’t win, and you don’t lose, so your original stake is simply returned to you, and you move on to the next hand. This rule even applies if both of you make blackjack – a ten and an ace in your starting hand. That would be incredibly unlucky, but at least you don’t lose!

## Is 21 a true story?

Movie 21 – True story or fiction? The movie “21” was released on March 28th, 2008 and the movie is fact based on Ben Mezrich’s book “Bringing Down the House” which tells the true story of the real MIT Blackjack Team during the 1990s.

## Is counting card illegal?

Counting cards is a legal activity. There are no federal or state laws stating that card counters are committing an offense. Police officers cannot arrest you for counting cards at a casino, nor can they convict you of any crimes.

## Is it still possible to count cards?

Blackjack Card counting has existed since the 1950s. Casinos initially struggled to deal with successful card counters. … Many blackjack players feel that card counting is dead as a result. In reality, though, card counting and table-based advantage gambling is just as alive as ever.

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