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A basic Blackjack example in Python 3
#!/usr/bin/env python3
import random, os, sys
cardName = { 1: 'Ace', 2: 'Two', 3: 'Three', 4: 'Four', 5: 'Five', 6: 'Six', 7: 'Seven', 8: 'Eight', 9: 'Nine', 10: 'Ten', 11: 'Jack', 12: 'Queen', 13: 'King' }
cardSuit = { 'c': 'Clubs', 'h': 'Hearts', 's': 'Spades', 'd': 'Diamonds' }
class Card:
def __init__(self, rank, suit):
self.rank = rank
self.suit = suit
def __str__(self):
return(cardName[self.rank]+" Of "+cardSuit[self.suit])
def getRank(self):
return(self.rank)
def getSuit(self):
return(self.suit)
def BJValue(self):
if self.rank > 9:
return(10)
else:
return(self.rank)
def showHand(hand):
for card in hand:
print(card)
def showCount(hand):
print("Count: "+str(handCount(hand)))
def handCount(hand):
handCount=0
for card in hand:
handCount += card.BJValue()
return(handCount)
def gameEnd(score):
print("Blackjack! *Final Score* Computer: "+str(score['computer'])+" You: "+str(score['human']))
sys.exit(0)
deck = []
suits = [ 'c','h','d','s' ]
score = { 'computer': 0, 'human': 0 }
hand = { 'computer': [],'human': [] }
for suit in suits:
for rank in range(1,14):
deck.append(Card(rank,suit))
keepPlaying = True
while keepPlaying:
random.shuffle(deck)
random.shuffle(deck)
random.shuffle(deck)
#Deal Cards
hand['human'].append(deck.pop(0))
hand['computer'].append(deck.pop(0))
hand['human'].append(deck.pop(0))
hand['computer'].append(deck.pop(0))
playHuman = True
bustedHuman = False
while playHuman:
os.system('clear')
print("Blackjack! Computer: "+str(score['computer'])+" You: "+str(score['human']))
print()
print('Computer Shows: '+ str(hand['computer'][-1]))
print()
print('Your Hand:')
showHand(hand['human'])
showCount(hand['human'])
print()
inputCycle = True
userInput = ''
while inputCycle:
userInput = input("(H)it, (S)tand, or (Q)uit: ").upper()
if userInput == 'H' or 'S' or 'Q':
inputCycle = False
if userInput == 'H':
hand['human'].append(deck.pop(0))
if handCount(hand['human']) > 21:
playHuman = False
bustedHuman = True
elif userInput == 'S':
playHuman = False
else:
gameEnd(score)
playComputer = True
bustedComputer = False
while not bustedHuman and playComputer:
print(handCount(hand['computer']))
if handCount(hand['computer'])<17:
hand['computer'].append(deck.pop(0))
else:
playComputer = False
if handCount(hand['computer'])>21:
playComputer = False
bustedComputer = True
if bustedHuman:
print('Player Busted')
score['computer'] += 1
elif bustedComputer:
print('Computer Busted')
score['human'] += 1
elif handCount(hand['human']) > handCount(hand['computer']):
print('Player Wins')
score['human'] += 1
else:
print('Computer Wins')
score['computer'] += 1
print()
print('Computer Hand:')
showHand(hand['computer'])
showCount(hand['computer'])
print()
print('Player Hand:')
showHand(hand['human'])
showCount(hand['human'])
print()
if input("(Q)uit or enter for next round").upper() == 'Q':
gameEnd(score)
deck.extend(hand['computer'])
deck.extend(hand['human'])
del hand['computer'][:]
del hand['human'][:]
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@michalsrutek michalsrutek commented Jan 31, 2018

Your Hand:
Ace Of Spades
Jack Of Spades
Count: 11

Should probably be a blackjack ;)

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@AhAaN397 AhAaN397 commented Jun 10, 2020

no ace = 1

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@AhAaN397 AhAaN397 commented Jun 10, 2020

and all face cards are 10

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@StephanieSunshine StephanieSunshine commented Jun 10, 2020

I wrote this 4 years ago as a quick hack to show a friend how Python classes work and to see if I could make Blackjack from memory. Do not assume this just works. <3

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@AhAaN397 AhAaN397 commented Jun 10, 2020

I tested it and it is an awesome game!!! It works just fine.

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