It is a game played with the aim of achieving a blackjack (a sum of 21) before the opponent (dealer) does or force the dealer to go over (bust). The player receives face-down cards while the dealer has one face-down and one face-up card. The player decides to stand, fold or draw after receiving two cards.
El Salvador is among the smallest Central American states. Once a part of the mighty Mayan empire, it still houses plenty of archaeological treasures for scientists and tourists to appreciate. While gambling is a difficult subject in El Salvador and brick-and-mortar casinos are all but banned, there seems to be no regulation on mobile casinos.