If you're a keen gambler in New Zealand, chances are you've heard of the classic casino game called Blackjack. Also known as "21," this popular card game has been captivating players for centuries. The objective is simple: beat the dealer by getting a hand total closer to 21 without going over.
In a typical game of Blackjack, you'll be dealt two cards face up, while the dealer receives one card face up and another face down. Each card holds its numerical value, except for face cards (King, Queen, Jack), which count as ten points each. The Ace can be counted as either one or eleven points depending on what benefits your hand.