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There are two ways to play real money online blackjack . The first, most common in online casinos, is a computer game, as if it were a niquel game. There is no deck of cards and there is no dealer, everything is done by the computer. Cards are drawn according to a random system. The second mode of playing 21 is through a live casino, that is, you play by watching a real-time video in a casino, where you can bet with a real dealer, who deals the cards to the players. They call it live black jack. Several players can play at the same table. The idea of live casinos is to give users a more real atmosphere when they are betting.

It is also possible to access online blackjack games and play directly from your mobile phone or tablet, for you to play wherever you are. The best online casinos certainly offer this option.

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