• Black Jack
  • Black Jack

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  • Blackjack

    • How to Play

      In Blackjack, you play against the Dealer. The Dealer initially deals two cards to each player and one card to himself. To win, the value of your cards must be greater than the Dealer's hand, but not exceed 21. 

      You may opt to draw extra cards and improve your total. To do this, tap the table to signal the Dealer. This action is called a “hit”. When no additional cards are required, you can “stand” by waving your hand horizontally. You may stand on any total. Players cannot hit if they have a point total of 21.

      If your hand total is more than 21, you lose or “bust”. The Dealer must draw a card when they have a total of 16 or less and stand if their total is 17 or more. 

      When you have an Ace and another card that is not a picture or 10 you can count the Ace as 1 or 11 (ex. Ace + 5 = 6 or 16).

      Different Possible Scenarios in a Blackjack Game
      1. If you win, you are paid even money. If your total is the same as the Dealer’s card value, the result is a push or stand-off.
      2. When your first two cards are pictures (KING, QUEEN, JACK) or 10 + Ace, you get a Blackjack and the Dealer pays you 3 to 2, unless the Dealer also gets a Blackjack.
      3. If the Dealer’s first card is an Ace, you may opt to wager an insurance bet. The bet may be up to half your original bet and wins at odds of 2 to 1 should the Dealer achieve Blackjack. If the Dealer doesn’t achieve Blackjack, your insurance bet loses. If your hand has Blackjack, you may request to be paid even money before any other cards are drawn.
      4. If the first two hands have the same face value, you may split them into two hands (maximum of 3 hands). The bet on the second hand must equal the original bet. If the split pair is Aces, players can only have 1 additional card and can only split once.
      5. You have the option to bet on the result of the first two cards being the same face value. This is called a pair. Pair bets are paid 11 to 1.
      6. After receiving your first two cards, you may choose to “double down”, which is betting additional amount equal to or less than your original bet, but not less than the table minimum. When you double down, you receive only one additional card.

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