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Poker is a very popular board game. With the advent of the Internet the number of players of this game worldwide has grown explosively. In order to give a good picture of the poker game we will first briefly discuss the history of this game. Then we will talk more about how poker was played before the Internet became popular. Then we will discuss playing poker online and tell you why this game offers you a long lasting entertainment. Read on to learn all about online poker! The poker game is very old. The first indication of a poker game looks back to the 15th century. The Germans had a card game which already have betting rounds, hand strengths and the ability to bluff.

It will be harder to learn to do without, but to learn how to play blackjack online! Once you've taken your bearings, you'll find yourself sitting endlessly in front of the table (and therefore your computer), shouting "card! . Many sites allow play for free, all you need to start playing online is a computer with an Internet connection.

However, if your computer is limited by its processor or its available space, know that most schools offer an online Flash version of their sites, requiring no download of data. You are now ready to begin your first game of online blackjack.

To start, enter in the space "black jack" the virtual casino. This page has generally a hall, where other players via chat discuss pending table to become available. A list of these appear: this is where you start. Click on the table of your choice (if indeed it is available).

A new screen will load, showing an animated version of a blackjack table. According to the variant you have chosen, there will be a dealer in video, a virtual dealer, if any. You will be surrounded by up to five other players, or, as the time or the popularity of the site, only to be playing at the table.

Each player uses the buttons appearing on the screen to place his bets. Once the bets made, the dealer deals two cards to each participant, and keeping two for his game if you manage to get a better hand than the dealer, then you win the round and the corresponding amount will be added to your stack. But if you lose the same amount will be subtracted from the battery. Play continues until you leave the table - and the party.

A hand whose value is between 12 and 16 points is a weak hand ("stiff hand"). If the dealer has seen a value between 2 and 6 points, it is certainly also in possession of a weak hand. The disadvantage of having a weak hand is likely to exceed 21 if you draw a card. Conversely, a hand totaling at least 17 points ("pat hand") suggests that it will not draw any other card: it is at its limit.