The amount of money bet during a specific period of time.
The amount of money available which a player plans on betting during a given session.
A $100 chip.
When the 1st two cards dealt are an Ace and either a 10, Jack, Queen or King card.
To go over 21 and bust.
The first card in a new shoe which the dealer draws out and discards.
When the hand exceeds 21
A colored plastic card which is given to the player by the dealer to cut the decks
When the player surrenders or gives up before the dealer checks his/her cards for a blackjack. In this situation, the player only loses 50% of the bet.
The Jacks, Queens and Kings of the four suits.
Face Down Game:
When the player's first card is dealt up and the second card is dealt down.
Face Up Game:
When both of the players' first two cards are dealt up.
Flat Bet: When the player bets the same amount on every hand.
A $25 chip.
A hand in which the Ace card is counted as a one and not as an eleven.
When one player plays Blackjack with the dealer at a table.
When the player requests another card from the dealer.
The first card which the dealer draws and places face down.
If the dealer's second card is an Ace, the player is given the opportunity to make a side bet (take out insurance) that the dealer's Hole card is a ten, which would be a Blackjack. In this situation, the player would only stand to lose 50% of the original bet if insurance is taken.
Two identical face cards or two identical numerical cards.
A hand with a total of 17 to 21
A tie between the dealer and player.
A $5 chip.
Finalising the monetary outcome (be it a win, loss or push) of a bet.
The shoe shaped device from which the dealer draws out the cards before dealing them.
When the dealer prematurely shuffles the cards in an effort to reduce the player's card counting ability.
A hand in which the Ace card is counted as an eleven and not as a one.
When the player's two first cards are identical in value and he/she splits the hand into two and plays them separately.
Stand / Stay:
When the player declines another card from the dealer.
A hand with a small chance of winning.
When the casino allows a player to discontinue play (before the dealer checks for blackjack) after receiving the 1st two cards by losing half of the amount wagered.
To tip the dealer.
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