deck of playing cards has 52 cards: A, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9,10, J, Q, K in each suit of clubs, spades, diamonds, and hearts. In the game of 21, the player closest to 21 points without exceeding 21 wins. Cards 2-10 have their face (pip) value. J, Q, and K each count as 10 points. The A can be 1 or 11 points as the player chooses. Each player is dealt two cards face up. Then as many more as desired, one player at a time, starting at the dealer’s left.
You will play the game against the House plus four other players. Label the six players as House, Playerl, Player2, Player3, Player4, Me. Create a graphic for each card dealt, such as a rectangle of the proper color (clubs, spades = black; diamonds, hearts = red) with the suit and value number/letter in the rectangle, or you may prefer to get card images from the Internet.