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The Rules, Game Play and Game Control Options

Deck and Shuffling
You will be playing with an eight- deck shoe that is regularly shuffled. The shoe (all eight decks) will be shuffled once at the end of every hand. This is to ensure the highest level of randomness and independence. Shuffling after every hand reduces even the slightest advantage card counting a1lows. (See RNG background and details)


Win, Loss and Everything in Between

Cards have values one to eleven. Aces can be 1 or 11. Cards two through ten are valued as indicated. All face cards, Jack, Queen and King, have a value of ten.


BlackJack is the highest hand in the game and is a combination of one ace and any card having a value of 10. A winning BlackJack pays 3:2. If both player and dealer have a BlackJack the bet is a push. BlackJack beats cards totaling 21. Aside from a BlackJack, a winning hand pays even money. The player wins if his hand has a greater value than the dealer/house, without going over 21(bust).

If both the player and house bust the player loses. All other ties (where the player and the house have the same total value) are a push and no money is exchanged.

Game Control
The control panel provides the player with his balance, betting ability and game options. A player's balance is a result of deposits, wins and losses. A round of BlackJack begins with each player clicking on the chips in the bet control to the value they desire e.g. $15 would be 3 clicks on the $5 chip. The bet will stack up behind the rectangle directly in front of the control panel. When satisfied with the amount, and before the 30 second time out, you will need to hit the Deal Button. If you do not make the bet in time you will miss your turn.

If you want to set your default bet you can do this by using the right click button on your mouse.


Game play
The dealer will give each player and himself two cards. Player cards are dealt face up. One dealer card is dealt face up (the up card) and the other face down (the hole card). If the dealer has a ten or an ace as the up card the dealer (software) will check for BlackJack immediately and if the dealer does have a BlackJack all losing bets are collected immediately.

Insurance
In the event the dealer has an ace as the up card the players will have the option of selecting insurance against the dealer having BlackJack. The insurance bet in BlackJack pays 2:1 if the dealer has a BlackJack.

If the dealer has BlackJack after checking and a player does not have BJ and taken insurance the result is "even money payoff . If for example, the player started with a $10 bet
1.The player would have lost on his initial bet of - $10
2.But the $5 insurance bet, pays 2:1 - Insurance, this means he recieves $10 - even money.

Soft Hand
You have soft, if one of your card is Ace, and the other card is a number ( not including 10 ). Example: 6 + Ace = Ace ( counts as 1 or 11 ) + 6 = 7 or 17

After it has been established that the dealer does not have a BlackJack, the players will play their hands.

The following game options to players are available and will be lit on your control panel

You can click any of these button once they are lit before your turn, but please be sure you want to undertake the action selected.

Stand: If as a player you are satisfied with your hand, and you do not want to accept any more cards, you can stand. To indicate this all you have to do is click on the Stand Button.

Hit: If as player you wish to take another card you may continue to do so until you either Stand or Bust. If you wish to hit click the Hit Button.

Double Down: If as a player you think the next card will be sufficient and you will only want one card you can "double down". You will need to click on the Double button
and your bet will automatically be doubled and you will only receive one card. This option is only offered on the first two cards.
Under the "Reno rule", double down is only permitted on hard totals of 9, 10, or 11 (under a similar European rule, only 10 or 11)

Split: If the player's first two cards are of equal value he may split them into two hands. In this event each card is the first card of a new hand. The player will receive one card immediately on each of the two hands and another wager of equal value to the first
for the second hand will automatically appear. Player will be allowed to split once.
On top of all players cards you will see an ellipse, which displays information and required actions. The ellipse will have the person's nick name on it, it will display when it is their turn and provide the value of the cards, it will also have prompts for action to be taken.
The dealer will go from left to right, and allow all players to have a chance to play their (multiple) hands, once this occurs the dealer will play his hand. The dealer has no free will but must always play by certain house rules. The individual acting as the house and taking the position of the dealer will have no control over the cards coming out of the deck. Our rules follow standard Blackjack game procedures. The dealer must hit until he reaches a score of 17 (hard or soft) or more. If the dealer busts

Surrender (late): We will offer the player the option to surrender on the first two cards. If the player does not like their prospects he/she may forfeit half the bet as well as his cards. This option is offered after the dealer checks for blackjack.

Player Information - Displayed
On top of all players cards you will see an ellipse, which displays information and desired actions. It will
display when it is your turn, the value of the cards and the bet. The person on the House's left will receive the cards first and be first to play and all player's turn will follow a clockwise pattern until all players have a had chance to play, once this occurs the House's will play its hand.

The House/dealer has no free will but must always play by certain house rules. The individual acting as the house and taking the position of the dealer will have no control over the cards coming out of the shoe. The dealer must hit until he reaches a score of 17 (hard or soft) or more. If the dealer busts, all players that did not bust automatically win.

Multiple Hands and Multiple Tables

Players will be allowed to take up to 7 positions on one table at the same time

Dropped Lines -(see Log Outs and Disconnections for details)
All players hands, if timed out in the middle of a hand (due to dropped line or failure to click before time out) all hands will be finished according to the rules laid down in black jack strategy and are on our web page BlackJack Strategy.

Queues will exist for each table limit 25 cents to $10; $1 cents to $25; $2 to $50.

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