Before the deal starts, each player must invest a certain amount of money (chips). After that, each player is dealt two cards, and the dealer takes one card.

The object of the game is to make the score 21 or as close to it as possible. If you have a sum of cards greater than 21, you automatically lose.

Number cards are worth as many points as the number, and Jack (J), Queen (Q) and King (K) are worth 10 points each. Unit (A) is worth 11 points if the sum of the other cards is 10 or less, i.e. one point if the sum of the other cards is 11 or more. If you have two units, one of them must be worth 11 points, unless all the other cards together are worth 10 or more points.

After the deal each of the players is asked in turn if they want to stand on the originally dealt two stand cards or if they want to take another hit card.

If the player has 9, 10 or 11 in the sum of the initial two cards, he is offered the possibility of playing double. In this case, the player doubles the bet and receives only one more card from the croupier.

If you get two of the same cards, you can split them. For separation, it is necessary to invest an amount equal to the initial role. After that you play each card as a separate player. If you get two of the same cards again on one of those cards, you can separate them again.

In case you get an A and (10, J, Q or K) in the initial deal you automatically win and this is called Blackjack.

If after the initial deal you decide to surrender, then the game ends and the croupier automatically takes half of your invested money.