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In the game of Blackjack, the term "push" means a tie with the dealer.  For example, if a player's hand has 18 points and the dealer's hand when done also has 18 points, it will be a "push".  Neither side wins, and the player's bet remains intact and the player receives no winnings.  Of course, the player does have the option of changing the bet between hands if the player wishes - since it is still the player's money if the next hand has not yet begun.



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