Standard Game Play

Correct Move

The goal is for the player to choose the correct statistical move based based on the dealer's up card and the player's current hand.
Each time the player chooses the correct move "Correct" is shown, and the correct count is incremented.

Standard Game Play

Incorrect Move

If the player chooses the wrong move, information about what move would have been correct appears on the screen, and the incorrect count is incremented.

This helps reinforce what the correct moves are without interrupting game play.

Speed Round

The speed round is intended to hone the player's skills by forcing him or her to make quick decisions.

The player has 5 seconds to make the correct decision. Game play ends if either time runs out or the incorrect decision is made.

This is a skill needed at a busy Blackjack table in a real casino.

Progress Chart

This graph shows progress from either regular game play or the speed round.

The regular game play graph shows the percentage of correct moves per game played.

The speed round graph shows the number number of correct answers per game played.

Card Value Practive

Card Value Practice

It can be tricky to add the cards in a hand. It becomes more difficult when an ace is involved because an ace can be worth 1 or 11.

The Card Value Practice mode helps the player become fluent in instantly recognizing the value of a hand by using a method similar to that of flash cards.