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R-Matrix 1.7

Greed 1.0

Blackjack basic principle is quite simple:

- Usually six decks of cards are used, which are combined into one large deck

(There can be found some differences in the amount of decks, but in any case there are FEW decks)

- Game points are considered as follows:

• Tens, Jacks, Queens, Kings - 10 points

• Numbered cards (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9), respectively, are considered as the nominal. For example, the seven of hearts gives you 7 points.

• Aces give 1 or 11 points (depending on the situation...)

The player's task is to collect the points as close as possible to 21. And to make his score larger than dealer's. Moreover, if the player collects more than 21 points - this is called a "bust" and the dealer wins immediately!

**GAMEPLAY **

In the beginning of the round (or the "hand", as they call it), the dealer deals one card for himself and two cards to the player. After that, the player decides to take the next card or to stop ("stand"). It is theoretically possible to take 7-10 cards (not exceeding the sum of 21 points). Usually taking of 7 cards brings the automatic win to player. In general, the player takes as many cards as he think is enough.

Once the required amount (according to the player decision) is reached, it stops taking the cards, and the game comes to dealer.

Dealer takes cards always under strict rules: he can not stop taking cards until the sum of the points is less than 17 (not counting the situation when a player has "bust"). In other words, you do not have intellectually and psychologically to fight with the dealer, as he plays automatically, and without the possibility of making personal decisions. If the dealer is gaining more than 21 points - the player wins.

The winner in the round is person, who's score is larger. If the result is a "draw", and the bet is returned to the player.

The win in the hand pays 1:1. For example, if you bet $10, the total win is $20 ($10 is your bet + $10 your net profit in the round).

**FEATURES OF COUNTING IN THE GAME**

ACE in conjunction with any 10-point card gives "Blackjack" (21 points). Usually a blackjack winnings are paid 3:2. If your bet was $10, you win $25 ($10 your bet + $10 + $5 prize for "blackjack", you get a net profit of +$15).

If a player has collected "blackjack", move automatically goes to the dealer, and if the dealer also collects "Blackjack", the round is considered as a draw and the bet is returned to the player. In other cases, the dealer loses.

"Blackjack" can happen only of the first two cards (any other combination of tens and aces will not be considered as "Blackjack").

ACE, as mentioned earlier, can give 1 or 11 points, depending on the current situation with points. Any card (not counting the 10-point) in combination with an ACE gives a "soft" hand. For example, if the sum of the player's cards is 4, and then you get ACE, so the points are considered as follows: 5/15 (the first number is the result of adding an ace as 1, the second number - the result of adding an ace as 11). Further, if we get, for example, 2, then the result will be: 7/17 (i.e., 2 is added to the first and second number).

If the second number of "soft" combination goes bust, the player is not losing, and the combination becomes "hard". For example, if a player has the same 7/17 and the next card is 8, then the second number we get 25 points (bust!), and then 8 will be added to only the first number, and the final score will be clearly 15 ("hard" combination ).

When Ace brings the BUST (such as if we have 13 points) it is always considered as one point - the score will be 14.

And if we don't have a bust with ACE, it always gives a "soft" combination (for example, with 8 the score will be 9/19).

**ADDITIONAL FEATURES IN THE GAME **

**Split**

If your first two cards have the same value, you may split them into two separate hands by placing a second bet equal to the original bet. You will then draw additional cards to each hand. You may draw as many cards as you like on each split hand, but if you split two aces, you receive only one additional card for each ace. If you receive an ace and a ten-value card in a split hand, it is considered 21 and not Blackjack.

Dealers have no right to split on their cards.

**Double**

If, after you are dealt your first two cards, you think that the third card will allow you to beat the dealer’s hand, you can double your bet. The bet amount becomes twice the original (with the difference taken out of your balance), and you are dealt one more card.

**Surrender**

If, after the dealer has checked for Blackjack, you think that your first two cards will not allow you to beat the dealer's hand, you can choose to surrender your hand. If you surrender, your hand automatically loses, but you get half of your original bet back. This way you do not lose the whole bet.

**Insurance**

If the dealer shows an Ace in his initial hand, you are given a chance to insure your bet against him having a Blackjack. If you get Insurance, an amount equal to half your original bet is placed separately on the table. If the dealer does have Blackjack, you are paid 2 to 1 on your insurance. This way you do not lose your original bet (because you get the 2x half your original bet, plus the insurance amount back). If the dealer does not have Blackjack, you lose the insurance amount.

- Usually six decks of cards are used, which are combined into one large deck

(There can be found some differences in the amount of decks, but in any case there are FEW decks)

- Game points are considered as follows:

• Tens, Jacks, Queens, Kings - 10 points

• Numbered cards (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9), respectively, are considered as the nominal. For example, the seven of hearts gives you 7 points.

• Aces give 1 or 11 points (depending on the situation...)

The player's task is to collect the points as close as possible to 21. And to make his score larger than dealer's. Moreover, if the player collects more than 21 points - this is called a "bust" and the dealer wins immediately!

In the beginning of the round (or the "hand", as they call it), the dealer deals one card for himself and two cards to the player. After that, the player decides to take the next card or to stop ("stand"). It is theoretically possible to take 7-10 cards (not exceeding the sum of 21 points). Usually taking of 7 cards brings the automatic win to player. In general, the player takes as many cards as he think is enough.

Once the required amount (according to the player decision) is reached, it stops taking the cards, and the game comes to dealer.

Dealer takes cards always under strict rules: he can not stop taking cards until the sum of the points is less than 17 (not counting the situation when a player has "bust"). In other words, you do not have intellectually and psychologically to fight with the dealer, as he plays automatically, and without the possibility of making personal decisions. If the dealer is gaining more than 21 points - the player wins.

The winner in the round is person, who's score is larger. If the result is a "draw", and the bet is returned to the player.

The win in the hand pays 1:1. For example, if you bet $10, the total win is $20 ($10 is your bet + $10 your net profit in the round).

ACE in conjunction with any 10-point card gives "Blackjack" (21 points). Usually a blackjack winnings are paid 3:2. If your bet was $10, you win $25 ($10 your bet + $10 + $5 prize for "blackjack", you get a net profit of +$15).

If a player has collected "blackjack", move automatically goes to the dealer, and if the dealer also collects "Blackjack", the round is considered as a draw and the bet is returned to the player. In other cases, the dealer loses.

"Blackjack" can happen only of the first two cards (any other combination of tens and aces will not be considered as "Blackjack").

ACE, as mentioned earlier, can give 1 or 11 points, depending on the current situation with points. Any card (not counting the 10-point) in combination with an ACE gives a "soft" hand. For example, if the sum of the player's cards is 4, and then you get ACE, so the points are considered as follows: 5/15 (the first number is the result of adding an ace as 1, the second number - the result of adding an ace as 11). Further, if we get, for example, 2, then the result will be: 7/17 (i.e., 2 is added to the first and second number).

If the second number of "soft" combination goes bust, the player is not losing, and the combination becomes "hard". For example, if a player has the same 7/17 and the next card is 8, then the second number we get 25 points (bust!), and then 8 will be added to only the first number, and the final score will be clearly 15 ("hard" combination ).

When Ace brings the BUST (such as if we have 13 points) it is always considered as one point - the score will be 14.

And if we don't have a bust with ACE, it always gives a "soft" combination (for example, with 8 the score will be 9/19).

If your first two cards have the same value, you may split them into two separate hands by placing a second bet equal to the original bet. You will then draw additional cards to each hand. You may draw as many cards as you like on each split hand, but if you split two aces, you receive only one additional card for each ace. If you receive an ace and a ten-value card in a split hand, it is considered 21 and not Blackjack.

Dealers have no right to split on their cards.

If, after you are dealt your first two cards, you think that the third card will allow you to beat the dealer’s hand, you can double your bet. The bet amount becomes twice the original (with the difference taken out of your balance), and you are dealt one more card.

If, after the dealer has checked for Blackjack, you think that your first two cards will not allow you to beat the dealer's hand, you can choose to surrender your hand. If you surrender, your hand automatically loses, but you get half of your original bet back. This way you do not lose the whole bet.

If the dealer shows an Ace in his initial hand, you are given a chance to insure your bet against him having a Blackjack. If you get Insurance, an amount equal to half your original bet is placed separately on the table. If the dealer does have Blackjack, you are paid 2 to 1 on your insurance. This way you do not lose your original bet (because you get the 2x half your original bet, plus the insurance amount back). If the dealer does not have Blackjack, you lose the insurance amount.

In the upper part of program there is the settings panel. And since the LITE version has functional limitations, the settings panel is locked. (to unlock this panel, you have to install Blackjack Kit PRO).

Locking the settings does not apply to the "language" button (top right corner).

In the LITE version in "strategy" or "betting system" fields there is available only "Basic" mode (which means "the basic strategy for blackjack")

Basic strategy is based on the calculation of simple probability in a particular situation, comparing the player's cards and the dealer's cards, due to the rules of the game.

Locking the settings does not apply to the "language" button (top right corner).

In the LITE version in "strategy" or "betting system" fields there is available only "Basic" mode (which means "the basic strategy for blackjack")

Basic strategy is based on the calculation of simple probability in a particular situation, comparing the player's cards and the dealer's cards, due to the rules of the game.

And despite the fact that sometimes even the online casinos impose a basic strategy to players, the winning in this system is still possible (which thousands of players around the world proves every day).

**GAMEPLAY **

Before using the program, you need to go to the casino and open "Blackjack" table (you have to choose the one that allows SURRENDER).

Next, you must make the first bet, and after the hand is dealt, you can move on ...

Next, you must make the first bet, and after the hand is dealt, you can move on ...

Perhaps the main feature of the program is the information panel (in the center), which gives tips on moves, offers a selection of cards, and completes the hand.

Using this panel allowed to make the Blackjack Kit very convenient to use, and very compact (in compare with competitive developments that have "a bad habit " to take a half of the desktop!) .

Directly above the info panel are indicators "DOUBLE", "SPLIT" and " Current Bet " .

"Double" lights up when the program offers you double your bet .

"Split" lights up when a program makes split (2 rows of cards)

Current Bet, respectively , shows the size of the current bet.

Under the "Basic" system of bets, current bet is not taken into account (it is permanent) .

Using this panel allowed to make the Blackjack Kit very convenient to use, and very compact (in compare with competitive developments that have "a bad habit " to take a half of the desktop!) .

Directly above the info panel are indicators "DOUBLE", "SPLIT" and " Current Bet " .

"Double" lights up when the program offers you double your bet .

"Split" lights up when a program makes split (2 rows of cards)

Current Bet, respectively , shows the size of the current bet.

Under the "Basic" system of bets, current bet is not taken into account (it is permanent) .

Entering and canceling cards in the program is using the "Add Card" and "Reset". The reset button is used to cancel the entered card (for example, in the case of erroneous input).

After clicking on "Add Card" you will see the cards menu on the info-panel, and to add the card you need, accordingly, click on one of the buttons.

After clicking on "Add Card" you will see the cards menu on the info-panel, and to add the card you need, accordingly, click on one of the buttons.

After the program stops the round (hand), you will see the message on the info-panel and buttons options for the result of the round. To start a new round you need to press the button corresponding to the end of the round on the table ("I won", "Push" (draw), "I lost").

When the program divides the cards into 2 rows, the taking of cards is always made first on the 1-st row.

Instead, you should switch to the bottom row by clicking the appropriate radio button located in front of the first card in the second row. And already after the second row is complete - you press a result-button (in the info panel).

• Both rows have won - click "I won!"

• Only one row has one - click "Push"

• Both rows have lost - click "I lost!"

Alternatively, you can judge the final result on the balance (if it has increased - "I win!", if it has no changes - "Push", if it has decreased - "I Lost!").

It supports a unique author's strategy and the betting system called "Jackson".

This is totally unexpected and extremely effective approach to play blackjack.

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