Presentation of Poker 21:

Poker 21 is a French brother of the famous Black Jack. "Parisian Black Jack" is played with 6 decks of 52 cards and brings together up to 7 players on a half-moon table.

The object of the game is to beat the Bank by getting a hand stronger than the dealer's hand by getting as close as possible to 21 points without ever going over it.

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The course of the game

STEP 1: The bet

Each player bets the amount he wishes on the "POK" box and the "21" box.

STEP 2: Distribute the cards

The croupier deals 2 cards to each player as well as one to himself.

STEP 3: Hand analysis

  • From 2 to 9, each card has its face value
  • The 10, Jacks, Queens and Kings are the Logs: they all have a value of 10
  • Aces are equal to 1 or 11 depending on the player's game. The ace always takes the value that benefits the player the most.

The combination of an Ace and a Log is the best with a total of 21 in 2 cards

STEP 4: Players' turn


The player reckons draws a third to get closer to 21 (without going over).


  • The player believes that his hand will be enough to beat the dealer, or thinks that the next card will make him exceed the maximum total of 21.


  • The player can double his bet if he considers his hand to be favorable. He therefore receives a third card

  • If the player has a pair, he can split them to form 2 hands. He must double his bet

STEP 5: Dealer's game turn

  • The dealer draws a new card until the sum is greater than 16. He stops the draw when the minimum total is reached.
  • In Poker 21, the dealer's hand must be greater than 16.

STEP 6: Distribution of the winnings of the bet "21"

  • 1st case: the player obtains a score greater than the Croupier but less than or equal to 21 in addition to 2 cards -> Win: 1 X the starting bet
  • 2nd case: the player has a lower hand than that of the Croupier -> The player loses his bet
  • 3rd case: the player and the croupier are tied -> No win
  • 4th case: the player reaches 21 in 2 cards, the Croupier pays 3 for 2 unless there is a tie, there is no win


After paying the "21" bets, the Croupier completes his game to reach a total of 5 cards. The winnings are based on the combinations.

  • Pair of Jacks or better: 1 X the "POK" bet
  • 2 Pairs: 2 X the "POK" bet
  • Three of a kind: 3 X the "POK" bet
  • Straight: 4 X the "POK" bet
  • Color: 5 X the "POK" bet
  • Full: 7 X the "POK" bet
  • Square: 20 X the "POK" bet
  • Straight Flush: 50 X the "POK" bet
  • Five Cards: 70 X the "POK" bet
  • Royal Straight Flush: 100 X the "POK" bet
  • Five Flush: 150 X the "POK" bet