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.
The Gambia is the smallest state on mainland Africa, and it is an enclave within Senegal. Despite its size, it is ethnically and culturally very heterogeneous. Since 2015 all gambling, including online and mobile casinos, has been illegal. The ban is strictly enforced, and it is challenging to gamble even online from the Gambia.