21 Point Poker – Dana Boesch

This is an entertainment and casual game. The rules are as follows:
Use 3 to 8 sets of 52 cards each, wash them together, and place them in a distribution box, from which dealers can distribute them. Each of them strives to have two or three cards in total with 9 or close to 9, K, Q, J and 10 all count as 0, and other cards are counted according to the cards. In the calculation, the value of the cards in each hand is added, but only the last digit. The player who pays the most money on the spot is the dealer.