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Born Jeanne Becu in , the daughter of a butcher, her beauty led her to enjoy a chequered career before she met Louis at age She was unmarried at the time, and, in order to comply with the peculiar conventions of the French court, was required to marry someone else before she could become the royal mistress. This doesn't make Blackjack uniquely a casino game. In Facts and Speculations on the Origin and History of Playing-Cards , William Chatto quotes from a commentary on A Kerry Pastoral of , which maintains that "The favourite game of the Kerry men is said to have been One-and-Thirty", and goes on to observe that. More remarkably, the editor comments that "Trente-et-un is more generally played than Vingt-et-un" p. Thirty-One is first mentioned by name in a French translation of a sermon preached in by an Italian monk now known as St Bernadine of Siena , the patron saint of gamblers and, curiously, of public relations personnel. Twenty-One is first recorded in the 18th century under the name Vingt-Un or Vingt-et-Un, showing it to be of French provenance. Otherwise, they may ask for another card 'hit' , and may keep doing so until they either stand or bust. In casino play, the house puts up the bank and a house employee is the permanent dealer. The death of Louis in led to a dramatic decline in her fortunes, and, by a somewhat roundabout route, she was eventually accused of working against the revolutionary government and guillotined in One of the earliest English references to Vingt-et-un occurs in the diary of the Duchess of Northumberland in 7 June, to be precise , where she reports herself as playing "Vingt et un till supper-time". One of the characters involved says:. The Oxford English Dictionary describes this as university slang, but it can hardly have survived much into the 20th century, as the name by which it has been best known in Britain since the First World War is "Pontoon". In domestic or informal circles the bank rotates among the players, or is awarded to a player dealt a particular winning hand, or can be purchased by a player off the current dealer. The practice of drawing or playing cards up to 31 is not unique to Thirty-One, but from the earliest times found itself grafted on to other games. It is recorded as being Napoleon's favourite card game, especially when in exile on Elba and, subsequently, St Helena. Thus qualified, she took up her new post of acknowledged royal mistress, and, transcending her humble origins, subsequently proved a patron of artists and intellectuals besides becoming a friend of Voltaire. Here, Thirty-One is said to be played with Ace counting 1 or 11, a practice possibly borrowed from its more illustrious descendant. The second is technical, in that an Ace counts only 1, not In the absence of evidence to the contrary, we may speculate that what brought the game into social prominence in the 18th century was the novel idea of ascribing to the Ace its alternative higher value of This makes for a much more interesting game, as it becomes possible to reach 21 on just two cards instead of the three implied by Cervantes, which speeds the game up and gives the player an additional chance of drawing without busting. Whether they are dealt face up or face down is one of many variables. But for one of the best commentaries on its status at this period we turn to one of the best novelists of this or any other period of English literature. Pontoon remains the name of the informal and domestic British game, and, as a two-card count of 21 is called a pontoon, the term has come to be used for a prison term of 21 months or years, if you're not careful. Playing additively up to 31 is, of course, a principal component of Cribbage and its 16th-century ancestor Noddy. Jane Austen refers to card games so often and so percipiently in her works as to show that must herself have been a keen player. The basic essentials of the game, albeit subject to elaborations and variations, are as follows. In Britain and Ameria it was played under its French name throughout the 19th century, though at some time in England it was pronounced in such a way as to be occasionally spelt Van John. I will refer to it by its traditional and generic name "Twenty-One", except where I specifically mean the modern casino version. The first is social, in that the context reveals the character of the game to be distinctly low class. Vingt-et-un Twenty-One first appears as an upper class or at least socially respectable game in 18th-century France, perhaps around But this is not the earliest appearance of all, for a much earlier literary reference places an almost identical predecessor in Spain at least a century before. John Scarne claimed that as early as the inscription "Blackjack pays odds of 3 to 2" was to be found on felt table layouts supplied by a Chicago gambling equipment distributor, but acknowledges only hearsay evidence for his assertion. A major problem in describing Twenty-One to anyone who doesn't already know it, such as a Martian emerging from a life-long coma, is that, despite its basic simplicity, it is played in so many different ways. In its pure form, Thirty-One survived into the 18th century and even into the 19th, albeit perhaps only in books. He explains that each player is dealt three cards from the top of the pack and has the option of either "sticking" or drawing as many more cards as he wishes until he either sticks or busts by exceeding a total face-count of 31 points. If not, he pays those with a higher count, and wins the stakes of those with a lower. In other words, the officers played Bridge, while the "poor bloody infantry' had to make do with a pontoon. There are two points of interest to note here. We'll start by defining some terms and describing the simplest form of the game. It has long been equally popular in private, domestic and even family circles, with children playing for matchsticks or paper-clips, and in between these levels it is well-known for its popularity with university students and the armed forces of all the western nations. Despite the player's theoretical edge, most people lack the patience or ability to do the calculations, so the game remains equally popular with casinos, who do very nicely out of it, thank you. If he busts, he matches and pays the stakes of those who didn't. One such story is entitled Rinconete y Cortadillo , these being the names of a couple of rogues and vagabonds. Cotton also describes a rather puerile game called Wit and Reason, in which one player takes all the red cards and one all the black; each in turn plays a card after the manner of Cribbage; and whoever brings the total above 31 loses. Drawing to 31 also forms the third part of several three-part gambling games dating from the 17th century, including the French Belle, Flux et Trente-et-un, and the English Bone-Ace described in both Cotton's Compleat Gamester of and Willughby's Book of Games c It is also a feature of the 19th-century game of Commerce. The advent of on-line gaming can only have expanded its popularity in astronomic proportions. Here's what she has to say about the game in her unfinished novel The Watsons , written about Vingt-et-un is the game particularly associated with the first, or first well-known, women gamblers of the Old West. Equally predictable play is performed by the automatic and impersonal "dealer" of Blackjack slot-machines, computer software and online casinos. Bower noted in his diary or correspondence - the Oxford English Dictionary is unclear which "I was sat down with every Miss in Winchester to play Vingt une". Or perhaps this is not so surprising after all, though, as the hallmark of any simple gaming idea is that its very simplicity allows of creative variations of individual detail. Furthermore, in one form or another, and under various alternative names, it has been so for nigh on years. He is said to have done so at Bologna in so persuasively that the populace consigned their cards in thousands to a public bonfire. This also sounds like a corruption of an English pronunciation of Vingt- et -un, via something like "vontoon"; but, as there is no normal process by which a V becomes a P, we may suspect the intrusion of some sort of jocular association with a temporary device for crossing a river. Thirty-One seems to have lasted well into the 19th century, at least in France. In Miguel Cervantes, the author of Don Quixote , published Novelas ejemplares , a collection of twelve short stories about various contemporary characters and social tensions. For this purpose face cards count 10 each and others their face value, Ace being 1 only not an optional A count of exactly 31 is called a "hitter" and wins a double stake unless the dealer also has one. The players place their initial bets, in accordance with agreed limits, and the dealer deals everyone two cards each. Thirty-One, which he calls "the first and most simple games of cards", heads the list. It will be more useful to outline the range of variations and elaborations that you're likely to come across whether playing online, in a casino, or in a private game. On the surface it's a simple game: a child can pick it up in less than a minute. The reasons for its popularity are not hard to find. So what about the game of Veintiuna itself? In Twenty-One, as in most banking games, the dealer has the inbuilt advantage of being accorded a win in the case of tied hands. Do we now credit Spain with its invention and suggest that it dates from, let's say, the late 16th century? As Willughby rightly notes:. Rounding up more of the usual suspects in the historical context, we find it mentioned by Berni in his little book on Primiera , and by Cardano in his classic Book on Games of Chance Cardano, indeed, confuses the issue by separately mentioning a game featuring significant totals ranging from 20 to 22 in increments of one-half, but the relevant passage is somewhat garbled in its original Latin, and the name of the game, Fluxus, suggests that it refers to ways of valuing a flush. This distinguishes banking games from vying games, like Poker, where the dealer is just one of the players and the outcome depends more on player interaction notably that elusive concept of "bluff" than on the luck of the draw and playing in accordance with the probabilities. Contrary to popular legend, he is not known to have played any form of solitaire, and it would certainly not have been in character for him to do so. 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