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- BlackJack is played with 6 standard decks of 52 cards without Jokers. Cards are shuffled at the start of each game.
- Cards are dealt up to 3 hands at a time.
- The point of the game is to create a hand with a value up to 21 and better than the dealer’s hand. Hands with value more than 21 are automatically lost.
- Cards value is the same as their numbers. Jacks, Queens and Kings are counted as 10. Aces is counted as either 1 or 11.
- Two cards are dealt into each player’s active hand and to the dealer. The player’s cards are dealt face up while only the first dealer’s card is shown.
- The player can choose for each hand:
- HIT-dealer adds a card to the player’s current hand.
- DOUBLE – the bet doubles, one more card is dealt to hand and no additional cards cannot be taken into this hand.
- SPLIT – available only if the player has two cards in the hand with the same value for a first two cards dealt. The cards are divided into two separate hands. The splitting doubles the bet and the player plays one hand after another. After splitting Aces, the player receives only one additional card for each hand and automatically holds them both.
- STAND-cards are no longer dealt into the current hand.
- The player wins in case of having the higher hand’s value than the dealer has.
- If the player collects 22 or more (busted) then the hand no longer plays.
- Hand gets automatically Stands if 21 points are collected.
- Combination of the two cards with a value of 21 is called Blackjack
- Blackjack is paid 3:2
- Blackjack always beats any hand with a value of 21
- If a player has two cards of the same face value then the player is asked to split the hand into two separate hands.
- During the split, the bet is duplicated and the player plays each hand separately.
- When splitting the hands, one card is placed on each split hand from the original hand.
- After the split of aces, one card is added to each of them and the turn goes to the next hand.
- In each split hand, Ace and a card with a face value of 10 are considered as 21 not as Blackjack.
- The insurance is offered on the dealer’s ace to insure the player’s hands against the dealer’s Blackjack.
- In case the dealer has Blackjack, the insurance costs a half of the initial bet and pays 2:1.
- If the dealer does not hit Blackjack, the player will lose the insurance bet and the game will continue for the initial bet amount.
- If the player hits Blackjack and the dealer has an open Ace card then the player can take
- Even money. Even money is paid 1:1.
Lucky Seven Bonus
- If a player got three cards with a value of 7 on one hand then the additional bonus win x1.5 based on the initial bet is received.