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## How many different ways can you be dealt blackjack?

Each of these slots can have **53 possible** things inside them: 1 of 52 cards or no card at all. The reason it is 11 slots is because 11 cards is the maximum amount of cards that can be dealt and still add up to 21; more than 11 cards would have to add up to more than 21.

## How many ways can you make 21?

We know that **1 multiplies with 21** to make 21, so they are both factors. 2 is not a factor of 21, because we cannot multiply it with another whole number to make 21.3 is a factor of 21, because it multiplies with 7 to make 21. Therefore the factors of 21 are 1, 3, 7 and 21.

## What’s the probability of being dealt a blackjack?

The farthest I’ve really come is that the odds of the first player getting dealt a blackjack is **1282652**. First case: Odds of getting an Ace are 452, odds of the next being 10,J,Q,or K are 1651.

## How many 21s are in a deck of cards?

Blackjack

Cards | 52 to 416 (one to eight 52-card decks) |

Deck | French |

Play | Clockwise |

Random chance | High |

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## How do you get 21 in blackjack?

If a player’s first two cards are **an ace and a “ten-card”** (a picture card or 10), giving a count of 21 in two cards, this is a natural or “blackjack.” If any player has a natural and the dealer does not, the dealer immediately pays that player one and a half times the amount of their bet.

## What can I multiply to get 9?

**2 + 7** = 9, cross out 2 and 7. 2.4 + 3 = 9, cross out 4, 3 and 2. 3. There are no other groups of numbers adding up to 9.

## What can I multiply to get 32?

**1 × 32, 32 × 1, 4 × 8, and 8 × 4** are the factors of 32 in pairs.

## What multiplication makes 28?

Factor Pairs of 28

**1 x 28** = 28. 2 x 14 = 28. 4 x 7 = 28.

## What are the odds of getting blackjack 3 times in a row?

Rough cocktail-napkin solution, assuming an “infinite deck,” which is handy since drawing cards does not affect the distribution of cards remaining in the shoe: the probability of player blackjack is 2x(4/13)x(1/13)=8/169, so 3 blackjacks in a row occurs with probability (8/169)^{3} = 0.00011, or **about 1 chance in 9427**.

## How often do you get blackjack?

On this basis, the chance of a blackjack on any hand, yours or the dealer’s, is 4.73 percent. This means you can expect a blackjack **once in slightly over 21 hands**. The likelihood of you and the dealer having blackjacks simultaneously is 0.22 percent, or roughly one out of 450.

## What is the probability of getting 20 in blackjack?

I can sympathize with Chuck, having been through many a streak like that. But players win with 20 a lot more often than they lose, with **about 70.2 percent of player 20s winning**, 12.2 percent losing and 17.6 percent pushing. Twenty is a profitable hand for players against every dealer face up card.