When the first Red Dead Redemption video game was released, players were blown away by how much the game had to offer. From shooting gangs to arming yourself with new weapons, RDR2 has tons of activities to keep you entertained throughout the story. One activity that many people may not be aware of is the ability to play blackjack. Here’s a quick look at where you can find this mini-game in the game world and how to play it.
Where to Play Blackjack in RDR2
In Red Dead Redemption 2, the game’s map displays the locations of blackjack tables located in or near towns and other important landmarks. To start playing, simply approach a table and press the “A” button (Xbox) or the X button (PlayStation). Once you’ve sat down at a blackjack table, you will be prompted to place your bets. From here, you can choose to hit, stand, double down, or split. Once you’ve made your decisions, the dealer will reveal his or her cards and play the game out according to the rules of the game. If you win, you will earn the amount of money you bet. If you lose, you will forfeit your bets.
If you want to skip the betting stage, you can also try your luck at blackjack by waiting for a table to appear in your camp. However, these games will only show up occasionally and won’t be available at all times. The game’s world is vast and it can take a long time before you find a Blackjack table. However, you can rest assured that there are plenty of other ways to earn money in the game without having to leave your camp.
Saint Denis is by far the most popular location to find a blackjack table in the game. However, you can also play it in Rhodes and Blackwater, as well as at the Van Horn Trading Post or your main camp. If you’re looking to earn some cash fast, blackjack is the best way to go. Just remember to bet wisely, and don’t get carried away with your bankroll! The goal of the game is to beat the dealer by having a total value of your cards closer to 21 than theirs, without going over. If you get a Blackjack, you will win your bets. Otherwise, you will be forced to leave the table and lose your bets. In some cases, the dealer may also be able to win their bets, but this is rare and depends on the dealer’s skill level. Ultimately, it’s all about luck.