• # Excel Blackjack Game

Just for fun, I decided that I would build a game in Excel, so here's my version of Blackjack.

Features:
The rules are pretty standard Blackjack rules... adjust your bet, then hit Deal. You get two cards, the dealer gets one up, one face down. You can hit or stay, and the hand will unfold for you.

You win if your hand is greater than the dealer's, providing that you don't go over 21. Blackjack is an instant win, unless the dealer also has Blackjack. 5 card tricks are also winners.

Versions Supported:
Due to the conditional formatting used in the file, you must have Excel 2007 or above to run this file.

Screen Shot:

I didn't program in the ability to split and double down, or insurance if the dealer shows an Ace, but hopefully you'll enjoy it anyway.

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