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Blackjack at the Lucky Nugget

Blackjack is one of the world's most popular casino games, particularly in Canada, USA and France. And why not?

It is simple to get started and easy to pick up and learn as you go. But to become a real master of the game of Blackjack takes time and skill. So why not head to an online casino to put in the time you need to make yourself a master of the game of Blackjack.

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Also known as pontoon, or twenty one, Blackjack is usually the first game most people go to when they want to try their hand at casino games. It's been featured in many films and played by everyone from spies and secret agents to cowboys and bandidos.

The aim of the game is to try and make 21 with as few cards as possible. Face cards count as 10 and aces can be 11 or 1, depending on your strategy. If you get a face and an ace then congratulations. You've got a Blackjack.

When you start out you will find that there are different tactics depending on what you want to do to either extend your odds of winning, or increase your chance of beating the other players.

Some Blackjack players like to split aces. This means that if you get dealt two aces for your opening hand, you can separate these two aces into two different hands. This costs you twice as much as betting on just one hand, but doubles your chance of winning. The only thing better than one blackjack is two blackjacks.

A good tactic is to hold your hand if you get close to 21. So anything from 17 to 20 can potentially be a winning hand if the other players go bust (by going over 21) or stick with what they have in their hand.

Blackjack is one of Canada's most popular games at online casinos nowadays. Good Game at the virtual tables! We are working on more poker and casino articles, so keep posted. Blackjack strategy is important to really understand the game, so reading a few articles like the ones above is good practice.

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