Wednesday, October 10, 2007


Materials Needed: Deck of Standard Playing Cards

Object of Game: To get as close to 21 as possible without going over.

Players: As many as are willing.

How to Play

This variation of BlackJack is more party-game friendly.  Instead of each person trying to beat the dealer, each player is trying to get as close to 21 as possible without going over. 

Each person is dealt two cards face down.  If someone gets a natural 21 (a face card and an ace) that person should turn his/her cards over and is safe for that round.  Each person that does not have a natural 21 will either hit (take an extra card) or stay with the number they were dealt.

If the player goes over 21, he/she should turn the cards over and remove an article of clothing.  The player that gets closest to 21 without going over is safe for that round and gets to choose one player to take off an article of clothing.  Alternatively, all losers take off one piece of clothing or take a shot. 

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