Decimal and Common Fraction Blackjack
Welcome to the 21 Tenths = 2.1 table.
Cards here are one-tenth normal value.
Cards are a tenth their normal value and may be in common or decimal fraction form.
- Cards 2/10 (or 20/100 or 0.2 or 0.20) to 10/10 are worth face value.
- J, Q, and K are worth 1 each.
- Aces can be 0.1 or 1.1, player's choice.
You are dealt 2 cards. An Ace and a card worth 1 is called Blackjack and wins immediately.
If you don't have Blackjack, add your cards (e.g. K and 3/10 = 1 + 3/10 = 1.3) and decide if you want another card (HIT)
or not (STAND).
Any hand over 2.1 is a BUST (loser).
After you stand, the Dealer must take another card with 1.6 or less or Stand with 1.7 or more.
Nearest to 2.1 without going over wins.
Win $25 to break the bank!
You start with $5 in chips. Start by tapping chips to place your bet.
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