The hit - With a hit, players take more cards to increase their hand total, until they stand or go over 21, also known as bust. To signal a hit, simply tap your finger on the felt and the dealer will give you a card. You are not limited when it comes to the number of cards that you can take, except that you cannot exceed 21.
The Double Down - Players may double down after they get their first two cards. Some games enable players to double down at any value, while other variants only let them double down if they have a hand total that is equal to 9, 10 or 11. Players may take only one more card after they double down.
The Blackjack Split - Splitting is allowed in most variants of blackjack, but keep in mind that some versions will not allow splitting Aces, and some will only let players split one time. Players who split aces may only hit once to receive one more card.
Players can split unlike ten-value cards depending on the rules of that variant; some versions require players to get identical ten-value cards before they can split.
Splitting means that players will place a new bet on the new hand, which is equal to the original wager was placed on the first blackjack hand. With four hands players can quadruple their original wager.
Playing Blackjack Surrender - This move is very simple. If you don’t like your hand, you can surrender the game and half of your bet’s value is returned to you.