Blackjack is a version of the game 'Twenty-One' that is most popular in America. It involves trying to reach a sum of 21 before the dealer without exceeding. The player receives two cards face-down and the dealer gets two-one face-up and one face-down. Skill is required to form a strategy depending on the dealer's card.
The North African country of Algeria has Ottoman, Roman and French legacies. The capital Algier is known for its Ottoman Ketchaoua Mosque and its Neo-Byzantine basilica Notre Dame d’Afrique, built during French colonial times. Gambling is illegal in Algeria and the internet is censored, but many foreign online casinos offer their services to Algerians.