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How to play Blackjack in the Casino Bonus

Game Rules

Blackjack, or Twenty-One, is played with a standard deck of 52 cards, with two decks being used in the shoe.  For the player, the object of the game is to draw cards that total 21, without going over, or coming closer to 21 than the cards held by the dealer.  The King, Queen and Jack count as ten, while other cards count at face value, except for the Ace, which counts one or eleven, as desired by the player.  The suits are of no significance.

Once the game starts, two cards are dealt to the player.  The dealer's second card is dealt face-up.  If a player has an Ace and any ten-valued card it is a "Blackjack" and will turn up immediately.  The player’s hand is paid one-and-a-half times the bet unless the dealer also has Blackjack, in which case it is a push and neither wins.  If the dealer's face-up card is an Ace, the players will be given the opportunity to take "insurance." An insurance bet is a wager claiming that the dealer does in fact have a Blackjack.  This wager is optional and may be half of the original bet.  If the dealer has a Blackjack, the winning insurance bets will be paid two-to-one.  The player loses the original bet unless he/she also has a Blackjack, in which case, he/she can push with the dealer.  If the dealer does not have Blackjack, the insurance bets will lose and play will continue. 

Whenever the dealer does not have a Blackjack, the players are given the opportunity to improve their hands by taking additional cards (to hit).  A player may hit as many times as desired as long as the total count of the hand does not exceed 21. 

With two cards in any given hand, the player may "Double Down," which is to increase the bet by the original wager and may take one card only. 

Players may split cards (pairs) only once and play each hand out for the same bet per hand.  When splitting Aces, if a 10 or face card appears, it will only pay 1:1 (because it's no longer a Blackjack).

Once the players have completed their hands the dealer's hand will be played.  Whether the dealer "hits" or "stands" depends upon the count of the dealer's hand (there are no optional situations).  The dealer turns his bottom card up and either stands or draws as necessary.

The dealer must draw to any count, up to, and including, 16 and stand on 17.  The dealer will also stand on all soft 17’s.  (SOFT 17’s are any combination in which an Ace is used as an eleven).  The dealer should "BUST" (the cards total 22 or higher.) All those hands remaining, which are not busted, will be paid even money.

If the player bets on a player and wins, the payout is double the original wager.  If the player bets on a tie and wins, the payout is eight times the original wager.  If the player wins when backing the banker's hand, the House charges a 5% commission.

Placing a Bet
To place a bet, click on the chip you want and this chip will be added to the bet spot Blackjack table.  Every time you click on a chip, it will be added to the current bet.  Chips are ordered from the highest value to the lowest value.

To remove a bet, click on the spot where your bet is and the chip on top will be removed.  You can do this for every chip you have on the betting spot.

Playing the Game
Click on the DEAL button to start the game.  Two cards are dealt to the player and two more to the dealer.  The dealer's second card is dealt face-up.  The player cannot remove his/her bet after the DEAL button has been pressed. 

If either the player or the dealer has a Blackjack on its hand, the game is over.  But if that’s not the case, the player can do any of the following actions, depending on the player and dealer’s cards:

HIT:
The players are given the opportunity to improve their hands by taking additional cards.  To do so, the player clicks on the HIT button.  A player may hit as many times as desired, as long as the total count of the hand does not exceed 21. 

STAND:
When a player is satisfied with his/her hand, he/she must hit the STAND button (take no more cards). 

DOUBLE:
With two cards in any given hand, the player can select the DOUBLE option which is to increase the bet by the original wager, and may take one card only. 

SPLIT:
Split the initial two-card hand into two, and play them separately - allowed only when the two first cards are of equal value.  Players may split cards only once and play each hand out for the same bet per hand.

INSURANCE:
If the dealer's face-up card is an Ace, the players will be given the opportunity to take INSURANCE.  An insurance bet is a wager claiming that the dealer does in fact have a Blackjack.

Once the players have completed their hands, the dealer's hand will be played.  Whether the dealer "hits" or "stands" depends upon the count of the dealer's hand (there are no optional situations).  The dealer turns his bottom card up and either stands or draws as necessary.

Exiting the Game
Click EXIT to leave the game and return to the Casino Lobby.  You cannot leave a game until it’s finished.

 

 

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