My girlfriend and I were on a call, and she was telling me for her Java class in college they had to make a version of Blackjack. She had some trouble with it, but she eventually got it done. Today, I was thinking about it and wondered how difficult it would be to make full-fledged Blackjack. After looking up how other people had made decks of cards in python, I figured out how to manage the cards values, and to make blackjack as simple to play as possible. I hope you enjoy my simple, yet complete version of Blackjack.
A couple comments. If the dealer ever gets a 17+, then they aren't supposed to draw anymore. They stand on it. If they go over 21 then obviously they don't draw. And another, if it is ever a tie, then it is a push and both sides don't win or lose. You just keep your money. I'm attempting to code blackjack in Java, and I've run into many problems. I don't see a split option either. I know it only makes the code even lengthier but I believe it would be a cool addition to the project here. :)
Oh, so lovely! A good idea. You and your girlfriend are so brave. I like blackjack, and for sure I will try to play your game. It's fantastic that you did this. It doesn't look effortless to make such a game. I want to try to make one too, and maybe I will follow your example. Now I play baccarat on an online casino, and I would love to make my version. Why baccarat? Because at the moment it is my favorite card game. Have you tried to play? It is so entertaining! If I succeed in doing my version of baccarat, I would be delighted for you to try to play and leave feedback.
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