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A hand of value 100 or 110
|Alternative names||Drax 'n Sklouns|
|Players||2+, usually 2–6|
|Skills required||Probability, Discrete mathematics, Calculus|
|Cards||52 to 416|
The rules of 600 are much the same as in Blackjack., with players being initially dealt two cards and choosing whether to hit (take another card) or stay (receive no more cards). The notable difference between the two games is that in 600, an Ace counts as either 100 points or can multiply the value of the total value of all other cards in a hand by 10. The Ace's multiplier stacks additively, i.e. two aces result in a multiplier of 20.
Once all players have chosen to stay or have busted, all players reveal the value of their hand, with the highest valued hand winning. In the event of a tie, another game of 600 is played by the tied players and so on in this fashion until a winner is declared.