Our Blackjack table hire for parties and events is very popular. At A K Casino Knights we love Blackjack. Blackjack is the most recognised casino card game. Blackjack is also known as 21 or the family friendly pontoon. In our experience, blackjack is a great addition for fundraisers, weddings and corporate functions along with our Roulette, Poker and Dice tables. Blackjack, also known as Twenty-one or Vingt-et-un (French: “twenty-one”), is a card game between a player and Croupier. Blackjack games generally use six decks of 52 cards.
How do I play?
The game of blackjack occurs between the player and the croupier. The croupier will deal an initial two card hand to the player with the option of drawing cards to bring the total value to 21 or less without exceeding it. This is so the dealer will lose by having a lesser hand than the player or by exceeding 21. Many rule variations of blackjack exist. Since the 1960s, blackjack has been, whats considered a high profile target of advantage players, particularly card counters. Card counters can track the profile of cards yet to be dealt, and adapt their wager and playing strategy accordingly
Can my guests be taught to play on the day?
Maximise your chances to win with advice from our croupiers.Our experienced staff are happy to teach you and your guests all the games and are very knowledgeable about all things casino! And the beauty of having a fun casino is its not for real money. To learn more on How to play or Blackjack odds, click the buttons below
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If you would like to book your blackjack table from A K Casino Knights please get in touch. Our team are happy to assist you over the phone, via email or send us a quote from and we will get back to you. We have offers on blackjack table hire and other table hire throughout the south of England
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