Playing First Person Blackjack is simple yet requires skillful decision-making. The game begins with you placing your bet on the virtual table. Once bets are placed, both you and the dealer receive two cards each. Your cards are dealt face-up while one of the dealer's cards remains hidden.
The numerical value of each card corresponds to their face value except for face cards (King, Queen, Jack), which have a value of 10. Aces can be counted as either 1 or 11 based on your preference and strategy.
Now comes the crucial part: deciding whether to hit (draw another card) or stand (keep your current hand). If you believe another card will bring you closer to 21 without exceeding it, choose "hit." However, if you're satisfied with your current hand and think beating the dealer's hand is within reach, select "stand."
Remember that going over 21 results in an automatic loss known as "bust." Additionally, if both you and the dealer have hands totaling less than 21 but yours is higher than theirs at showdown time – victory shall be yours!