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Players will place their wagers in the center of the betting circle in front of their seat at the table. The dealer will then deal two cards, face up, to each Player and two to himself, one face up and one face down.
Our Blackjack is a multi-hand game, meaning you can play up to 3 hands at the same time. Simply place wagers in the betting circles to either side of the center seat if you want to play additional hands. It makes the game much more interesting and increases your chances of winning.
Kings, Queens, Jacks, and 10’s each count as 10.
Aces count as 1 or 11, as a player wishes.
All other cards count at their face value (i.e. 2 through 9).
If a Player’s first two cards are an Ace and a 10 value card, the Player has Blackjack and will be paid one and one-half times the wager (3-to-2), unless the Dealer also has Blackjack – in which case it’s a push (bet neither paid nor taken). All other winning hands are paid even money (1-to-1).
A Blackjack will beat a point total of “21”. For example, an Ace and a 10-value card will beat a 10, 5, 6 hand. Even though both hands total 21 points, the Blackjack wins.
The Player not having Blackjack may continue to draw cards attempting to total as close to 21 as possible without exceeding 21. He is free to stand at any point total or to ask for another card (a “hit”) at any point total under 21. If the Player goes over 21, he busts and loses his wager.
Dealer must hit on all totals of 16 or less. Dealer must stand on all totals of 17 or more.
Place a number of chips in the betting circle as a wager.
Place the same number of chips in the betting circle as you
did for the previous hand.
Play a hand of Blackjack for the wager placed in the betting circle. Clicking “DEAL” starts the game and commits the wager to the outcome.
Request an additional card from the deck.
Take no additional cards.
The Player will match the original wager and split the first two cards into two separate hands. The two cards must be of the same point value (for example: a pair of 8’s, a King and a Queen, etc.) For split hands, an Ace and ten-point card equal to “21” and not Blackjack – in other words, they don’t pay 3-to-2, but they will beat a Dealer hand that has 20 points or less. Also, after splitting a pair of Aces, the Player will draw only one card per Ace.
The “DOUBLE” button will become active after the first two cards have been dealt to each hand. Players who feel confident that they are going to win this hand can “Double Down” to earn twice as much if they do win by clicking DOUBLE. Their original bet amount will be doubled automatically and they will receive exactly one additional card. Double Down wagering is not permitted on a Blackjack hand because you would automatically bust when you received the additional card.
When the dealer’s up card is an Ace, all Players have an opportunity to buy “insurance”, an additional amount equal to half of that Player’s original wager, before any further play begins.
A Player may purchase insurance when he/she believes that the dealer’s down card is a ten value card. If the Dealer has Blackjack, the insurance wager pays 2-to-1. If the dealer does not have Blackjack, the insurance wager loses and the game continues as usual.
Do not accept the insurance offered on this hand. If Pass is clicked and the Dealer has Blackjack, the player loses his original wager and play ends for this hand (unless Player also has Blackjack, in which case it’s a push). If Dealer does not have Blackjack, play for this hand continues as normal.
|When the Player’s first two cards total:||Player Action|
|0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5||DRAW|
|8, 9||STAND (natural)|
Now it is the Banker’s turn. When the Player stands on 6 or 7 (and therefore did not draw a third card), the Banker’s play is quite straightforward. The Banker must draw on scores of 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 and stand on 6 or 7.
Rules of Play for Banker when Player Stands on 6 or 7
|When the Banker’s first two cards total:||Banker Action|
|0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5||DRAW|
|8, 9||STAND (natural)|
However, if the Player did draw a third card, the Banker’s play gets more interesting. In this case, the Banker stands on a score of 7 but draws or stands on scores of 6 or less depending on the value of the Player’s THIRD CARD (not on the score of the Player’s HAND). The rules governing whether the Banker draws or stands are as follows:
Rules of Play for Banker when Player Draws a Third Card
|Player’s Third Card|
|S = STAND||D = DRAW|
Baccarat is an exciting card game that was a featured plot device in the James Bond novel Casino Royale by Ian Flemming.
It originated in Italy during the middle ages and derives its name from the Italian word for “zero”, because the face cards and Tens – which normally are high value cards in most games – are counted as zero in Baccarat. At some point it migrated to France where it was embraced by the aristocracy. Today, Baccarat is a favorite game of high rollers and famous gamers around the world.
The object is to bet on which of two hands (the “Player” or the “Banker“) will have a score closest to 9. You can bet on either hand – or you can bet on a tie.
Baccarat is played with eight decks of cards, shuffled and placed in a “shoe”. Each hand will receive at least two cards, but no more than three. The first and third cards dealt from the shoe constitute the Player’s hand and the second and forth cards constitute the Banker’s hand. If required, a third card is dealt to either hand according to specific rules outlined in the charts below.
All cards are dealt face up.
Card values are:
The score of each Hand is the last digit of the sum of the card values in the hand. Thus, a hand with an 8 and a 9 would have a score of 7 (since 8 + 9 = 17). This is why Tens and Face cards count as zero – only the last digit counts, so a 10 has a value of zero. The scores will always range from 0 to 9 and, unlike Blackjack, it is impossible to bust.
Examples of point scoring:
Since the object of each hand is to get as close to 9 as possible, getting a score of 8 or 9 with the first two cards is a good thing. This is called a “natural”, and if EITHER hand scores a natural, BOTH hands must stand. Naturally (pardon the pun), the only score that will beat a natural 8 is a natural 9.
Two cards are dealt face up to both the Player and the Banker.
If one hand has a natural, that hand wins. If both hands have a natural, the higher natural wins. If both hands have the same natural, it’s a tie.
If neither the Player nor the Banker has a natural, then play goes to the Player.
The Player’s hand stands on a score of 6 or 7. If the score is less than 6, the Player draws one card and receives a new score based on the value of all three cards.