0 of 10 questions completed
Test your blackjack skills free by answering the 10 Blackjack questions. Our Blackjack quiz is designed to help you improve your knowledge and skill of the game.
The questions are based on the principles of Basic Blackjack Strategy. So make sure you are somewhat familiar with it before taking the quiz.
Best of luck!
You have already completed the quiz before. Hence you can not start it again.
Quiz is loading...
You must sign in or sign up to start the quiz.
You have to finish following quiz, to start this quiz:
0 of 10 questions answered correctly
Time has elapsed
You have reached 0 of 0 points, (0)
Congratulations! You have now completed the quiz. If you had a score of 9-10 correct answers (at least 90%), you definitely have good Blackjack knowledge and are ready to sit at the table to play a few hands. If your score was below the 90% mark, we advise you to educate yourself a bit more by practicing and reading up on some basic strategies. A good starting point would be our Blackjack Strategy Guide.
You are welcome back anytime to take our quiz.
If you get a pair of Aces, you should always__?
Basic strategy says you should always split aces, no matter what the dealer upcard is.
You should always split a pair of 9s if the dealer gets a 7.
You should never split 9s against a dealer’s 7. The dealer must take another card, and if that card is a face card, you’ve won with a total of 18.
If you are dealt a 16 and the dealer has a face card. What should you always do?
This is one of the worst situation to be in. But basic strategy says that you should always hit at 16 against the dealer’s face card.
You got a pair of 9s against the dealer’s 7 upcard. Should you double down after splitting the 9s?
Basic strategy says that you should never double down on 9 if the dealer shows a 7 or higher.
Always take Even Money on a blackjack hand when the dealer up card is an Ace.
False. Every time you take even money, you are approximately giving up about 4% of your potential profits.
What constitutes a ‘blackjack’?
When can a player split his or her cards in Blackjack?
You are allowed to split when your cards match each other and sometimes when the cards are equal in value. In some casinos you may also be allowed to split two face cards even if they don’t match one another.
You are dealt a pair of 8s and the dealer an Ace. What should you do?
As a general rule, you should always split Aces and 8s. By doing so you will always win more in the long run.
What is a “soft 17”?
The best seat for a the basic Blackjack player is at “3rd base” (the far left seat)?
False. The seat you choose at a table doesn’t matter if you are using the principles of Basic Strategy.