There are a few different options in blackjack that players can choose from. These options include playing hands alone, doubling down, splitting cards, and taking a card.
Playing Hands Alone: In this option, the player plays each hand as if it were an individual game. This means that the player cannot combine hands to increase their chances of winning.
Doubling Down: If a player doubles down, they are betting their original bet plus the amount of the original bet on the next hand. For example, if a player bets $10 and wants to double down, they would bet $20 on the next hand.
Splitting Cards: In this option, the player either splits cards or drAWS new cards. If the player splits cards, they must choose which card to keep and which card to discard.
If the player drAWS new cards, they must draw one card for each original bet plus one additional card. .
Taking a Card: In this option, the player can either take a card or pass. If the player takes a card, they must discard one card from their hand and replace it with the new card.
If the player passes, they do not play any more cards that round and lose their original bet plus any additional bets placed on subsequent rounds.