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How to play Black Jack






Rules

The object of the game of Blackjack is for the player to draw cards that total 21 or less but still total more than the cards drawn by the dealer.

The player loses (or 'busts') if the total of their drawn cards exceeds 21 even if the dealer subsequently exceeds 21 (or 'busts') himself.

The game is played with 6 decks or packs of standard playing cards and these are shuffled before every game.

The card values in Blackjack are:
  • Aces count as 11, unless they would cause the hand to exceed 21, in which case they have a value of 1.
  • The 10 card as well as all picture cards count as 10.
  • All other cards count as face value.
If the sum of the player's cards is closer to 21 than the dealer's, the player receives even money. e.g. Player stakes 1 and wins 1 therefore receiving a total return of 2.

In the event that the player draws Blackjack (an ace plus a 10 or picture card) the player receives one and a half times the stake plus the original stake. e.g. Player stakes 2 and draws Blackjack: the return is 3 giving a total return of 5. Should the dealer also draw Blackjack in the same hand there is no winner or loser and the stake is returned to the player. This is called a 'stand off'.

Blackjack can only be achieved by the player or dealer drawing either a 10/ picture card followed by an ace or vice versa.

The player may draw any number of cards in any one hand in an attempt to 'hold' a number of 21 or less.

The player has an opportunity to 'split' if the first two drawn cards are of the same value. e.g. Two 6s are drawn as the first two cards to the player. In this event the player may then place an additional stake of the same value as the original stake and play two separate hands against the dealer. A player may only split once.

If the player elects to split two aces, only one further card is drawn to each of the player's two hands. Should the second card drawn be a 10 or a picture card the hand will count as 21 and not Blackjack. In this case should either of the hands win, the player is paid even money.

If the player splits two picture cards and the cards drawn on top of these are aces, again they will only count as 21 and not Blackjack.

Players are able to double initial stakes ('double down') but they will be dealt only one further card. You can double down only if your initial cards total 10 or 11. The player may 'double down' after their first two cards are drawn. The 'double down' strategy is useful should the player believe that a third card is likely to provide a position where a winning hand can be achieved. Players should note that they are able to 'double down' on 'splits'.

Should the dealer's first drawn card be an ace and Blackjack is considered to be a strong possibility, the player is able to 'insure' against the dealer drawing Blackjack. The player may in this case invest half of the original stake and should the dealer then draw Blackjack the 'insurance' will return two times the 'insurance' stake plus the original 'insurance' stake. In the event that the dealer does not draw Blackjack and the player has 'insured' the player loses the 'insurance' stake. The player's initial game stake and the overall game result are unaffected by the result of the cards drawn by the dealer in the 'insurance' portion of the game.

House rules:

The dealer must draw cards until he has at least 17 showing and must stay on 17 or higher. In other words, if the dealer is dealt 16 he has to draw a card and if those first two cards total 17 no further cards may be drawn.

The RTP based on best strategy is 99,54%.


Dr Vegas is operated by CZ Trading Limited, which is registered in Malta. Registration no.: C41790. Office address: 35, Mannarino Road, Birkirkara BKR 9080, Malta. CZ Trading is regulated by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) under licence: MGA/CL1/370/2007 issued on 25/11/2009.

Customers in United Kingdom: Dr Vegas is licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission License No 000-038168-R-319349-001. CZ Holdings Ltd is registered in Malta Registration no. C41789. Office address: 35, Mannarino Road, Birkirkara BKR 9080, Malta.

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