Wann hat man einen Blackjack? Das ist die erste und vielleicht wichtigste Frage beim Kartenspiel 21 überhaupt! In diesem Artikel erfährst du alle Details und Möglichkeiten!
When do you have a blackjack?
blackjack ist nicht nur der Spitzname des Kartenspiels 21, sondern auch die Bezeichnung für die bestmögliche Kartenkombination. Einen blackjack hat man, wenn die beiden ausgeteilten Karten ein Ace und eine zehnwertige Karte sind. Es ist egal, ob das eine 10, Bube, Dame oder König ist. Ein Black Jack hat den Punktwert 21, von denen elf Punkte durch das Ass und zehn Punkte von der Zehn, dem Buben, der Dame oder dem König kommen. Mit einem Black Jack gewinnt man sofort und erhält das 1,5-fache seines Einsatzes als Gewinn. Außer, der Dealer hat ebenfalls einen Black Jack. Dann gilt die Runde als Unentschieden und man bekommt den Einsatz zurück.
How does blackjack work?
Come join me at the blackjack table! I'll show you how to get a blackjack!
Ask the dealer if the seat is free.
Sit at the table.
Put your cash on the table in front of you that you want to exchange for tokens.
The dealer will ask you what denomination you want your chips in.
Pick the smallest chip size or say you don't care.
When the dealer asks you to place your bet, place as much as you want on the square in front of you.
However, note the minimum bet and the maximum bet at the table.
If the limits aren't on the sign next to the dealer, ask.
The dealer deals the cards when all players have placed their bets.
You first get a card with the value up so that everyone can see the card.
Then the dealer gets a card, which he places face down in front of him.
Then each player gets a second card.
If you now have an ace in combination with a ten, jack, queen or king, then congratulations!
You got a blackjack!
However, you shouldn't get too excited just yet.
The dealer also deals himself a second card.
He then reveals his first card for everyone to see.
If the dealer has an ace or a ten card, you still have to shake a little.
Because he could also get a blackjack with his second face down card.
If the dealer doesn't have 10, J, Q, K or A, you win!
Then the dealer shouts "Blackjack!"
He counts your chips and pays you 1.5 times your bet as winnings.
If you bet $10, you get an extra $15.
However, in some casinos, the payout ratio for blackjack is not 3:2, but 6:5.
Avoid these games, because there you don't get 1.5 times for a blackjack, but only 1.2 times.
This may not sound like much, but it will make the difference between you being successful at blackjack or not.
If the dealer has a high card (10, J, Q, K, A) he will ask you if you want to buy insurance.
You shouldn't do that as a beginner.
The probability of the dealer getting blackjack with an ace is about 30%.
For a blackjack, a ten, a jack, a queen and a king will help him.
The probability of the dealer getting a blackjack with a ten value card is much lower.
Denn jetzt hilft ihm nur ein Ass zum Blackjack. Und Asse gibt es genau 4 pro Kartendeck, während es viermal soviele zehnwertige Karten gibt: 16.
When the dealer turns over his second card, you will find out if he has Blackjack or not.
Blackjack vs 21 Points
By the way, the dealer can also have 21 points with three or more cards. However, this is then not a natural Blackjack, but simply a card combination with the value 21. In this case, you have already won with a Blackjack before the dealer even draws his third card.
Unfortunately, if you get to 21 points even with three or more cards, that's not blackjack either.
Instead of the 1.5 times blackjack bonus for a 21 with two cards, you only get a single payout with three or more cards.
If you bet $10, you win $10 more.
With a Blackajck, you get an extra $15 in winnings for a $10 bet.
Then why is it called Black Jack?
You're probably also wondering why this combination of an ace and a ten-value card is called Black Jack?
This is because in the early days of the game "21" for this card combination with the maximum number of points was paid a bonus only in the black card suits of spades and clubs. This was higher than today's blackjack bonus, which is paid at a ratio of 3:2.
But it was also more difficult to get a blackjack with a black ace and a black jack.
Today's probability of a blackjack with any-colored ace (4/52) and any ten-value card (4×4/51) is exactly 2.4%. This means that you can mathematically get a blackjack every 42nd hand.
If a blackjack is only possible with a black jack (2/52 cards) and a black ace (2/51 cards)), the probability is just 0.15%. So, statistically, you used to only get a blackjack in every 667th hand. Crazy, right?