This card game has seen a huge resurgence in popularity recently, and because it has a very low ‘house edge', it is great value for players, as long as they avoid a high-roller mentality. It is also very simple, and allows you to bet on yourself and the banker's hand. The hand which is closest to 9 wins, (although if it is greater than 9 it rolls back to 0 again rather than being considered 10). The hand is played automatically, so there is little skill or strategy involved, although card-counting may yield minuscule advantages in physical games. The casino's cut is usually very low, and you can enjoy a whole evening of cards for relatively low stakes if you wish.