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BlackJack: (6-Deck Blackjack, play 3 hands)

If the player has two cards of equal value, he/she can choose to split the cards into two hands by doubling the amount of the bet. In this case blackjack is not recognized. Some tables allow player to split multiple times. As with double, if played correctly split can increase player odds significantly.

Some games will not allow to resplit Aces and a lot of games will not allow to hit after splitting Aces. Games that allow you to resplit aces and hit after splitting aces are a big advantage for the player.

If the dealer’s face up card is an Ace players have the option to purchase Insurance.
Insurance generally pays 2:1 and is indicated on the table.
Insurance is like a side bet on whether the dealer has blackjack or not.
If the dealer has blackjack the insurance bet is a winner.

Even Money:
Even money is used when a player is dealt a blackjack and the dealer has a face up Ace. The player can take an Even Money payout of 1:1 instead of the usual 1.5:1 and avoid the risk of the dealer having a blackjack which will result in a push.

If the player is unsatisfied with the first 2 cards and feels the dealer has a much better chance then the player can surrender and only lose half the bet amount.
Surrender is generally a house favorable option.

Push is when a player equals the total the dealer has.
The player receives his/her bet amount back.

Min bet:
displays the minimum bet amount required to play a hand.

Max bet:
displays the maximum bet amount allowed to play a hand.

Some Black Jack games allow a player to play multiple hands in the same game.
A player can play either one, two or three hands simultaneously, depending on the game.
These options are indicated in the casino lobby when choosing a game.

Stored Games:
In the event the player looses it’s internet connection or closes his/her browser window, the game in progress will be stored intact and will have his/her game in progress available the next time the game is opened.

The Dealer Hand:

The dealer plays by a strict set of rules that determine the dealer’s choices.

The dealer rules are indicated on the blackjack table.

Dealer 1:
Dealer stands on soft 17 and hits on 16.
Soft is any combination of the dealer reaching the sum of 17 counting the Ace as an 11.
The dealer must take a hit on any sum than a 17.

Dealer 2:
Similar to option 1 except dealer hits soft 17 and stands on soft 18 or higher.
Therefore if the dealer has a 6 and an Ace, the dealer would take a hit here.
In option 1 the dealer would not.

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