At the Black Jack table, five to nine game boxes can be arranged. The game is played with up to 6 decks of 52 cards each. The seated guests are the box holders. Standing guests who play on the boxes must respect the decision of the box owners.
You double your bet (1:1) if your cards do not exceed the score of 21 and have a higher value than those of the croupier. If you win with a blackjack, your bet is paid 3:2.
After the last box holder has also waived another card and has verbally announced this by "standing" or "no more card", the croupier must draw another card himself.
From the card value 17 onwards, he is no longer allowed to draw a card. If the croupier has exceeded the value 21, all participants remaining in the game win. If the croupier has not exceeded 21, only the guests whose card value is closer to 21 than the croupier's win. If the guest and the croupier have the same score, it is a "stand-off", i.e. a "draw" and the guest keeps his bet.