Deposit and cash out
At this point you’ve read all that you could have done … practice games for free … you know the rules … you feel safe … you know the terminology … and now, how do you play for real money you are sure that the money you deposit is safe? And – perhaps more importantly – how to get the money that you will win? This lecture wants to give you some answers to your questions quickly and easily.
How to deposit money online?
Most online casinos accept deposits by credit card, check and bank online. Other systems are catching on lately, as Fire Pay, Net Teller, ACH, 900 Pay, Citadel and other payments online (for more information on these and other services, please visit our Beginners page. Most people prefer to use online payment systems because the money can be sent immediately and safely. All these and other systems used by reputable online casinos provide to your money as safe – if not more – than other normal financial transactions online.
How to claim your winnings?
Each casino adopting different policies about it then there are several possibilities. Some may simply wins with the same method used by you, but sometimes only up to the amount of your deposit. Additional payments are usually sent via check or wire and the speed of these methods varies from casino to casino. Again, you should take a look at our reviews for more information on which casinos pay more quickly. Also remember that electronic transfers often have costs.
The basic rules of blackjack are simple and linear. With one of the best quire payment and the opportunity to control – at least a little ‘- your chances of success, Blackjack is the game of choice for many players. The following is a brief description of rules and procedures.
Blackjack is a card game in which each player competes directly with the dealer. The aim of Blackjack is to score 21 or beat the dealer’s hand by getting as close to 21 as possible without “busting.”
If your first two cards are an ace and a ten, you have Blackjack or “a natural 21! Blackjack always beats a hand that totals 21 by adding more cards than the two initials.
The cards are worth 10, the cards from 2 to 10 following their numeric value and Aces count as 1 or 11. A “hard hand” is a hand that contains no aces or which contains aces that can only be 1 for not busting. For the dealer, aces count always 11.
Hit: ask for another card
Stay: Stay with the cards you have
Double Down: ONLY ask for another card and double your wager
Split: Split a pair into two hands – Your wager is placed on a hand and a second wager of equal value will be made on the second hand.
Insurance: If the dealer turns an ace, sometimes (if the insurance is available at your table) will have the opportunity to place a side bet called insurance, which protects you in the event that the dealer make blackjack.