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Playing Blackjack

Welcome to blackjack! The object of this exciting game is simple: create a hand whose total value is greater than the total value of the dealer's hand without going over 21. All picture cards are worth 10, ace is 1 or 11 (whichever suits your hand best) and all other cards are their face value.

Our tables conform to the rules and payout regulations found at Blackjack tables in Las Vegas. Our version uses 6 decks of cards which is reshuffled after every hand.

You place your bet by clicking on the chip value that you want to bet then click on the betting circle (more than once if more than one of that value is desired). Or you can drag a chip to the circle. You can play two hands at one time to double your luck! Once you've placed your bet, click on the "Deal" button to commence play. For your assistance, we've included some basic rules of the game below.

Blackjack Rules

· Each player including the dealer is dealt two cards. The dealer has one card up and one card down (in the hole).

· If your first two cards total 21, congratulations! You have a blackjack (unless the dealer also has a 21, in which case you push)!

· Most of the time, however, your total is going to be less than 21. In that case, you can 'hit', 'split', 'double down', or 'stand.'

· If you want another card, press 'hit' and the dealer will deal you an additional card. You 'hit' when you feel your hand needs more points to be competitive. But if that next card takes you over 21 points, you lose.

· Choosing to 'stand' means you're satisfied with your cards. Once you have opted to 'stand' on all of your hands, the dealer will play out his hand and you will see whether you have won or not. The dealer must draw on any card totals of 16 or less. If the total is 17 or more, the dealer must stand. The dealer has no choice in the matter.

· There are many nuances of play you'll want to learn as you go along. The following glossary will fill you in on all the basic terms.


If your first two cards are of equal value, such as two nines, or even two unlike face cards, you have the option of 'Splitting'. Splitting separates the two equal cards into two separate hands and automatically places an additional bet equal to your original wager. In effect, you now have created two hands from one, each of whose first card is 1/2 of the original hand. Should the next card be the same again, you may split into a third hand. You now play out each hand. Note that if you decide to split aces, you will only be dealt one additional card per new hand.

Double Down

After being dealt your first two cards, you have the option of "doubling down" on your bet by clicking the 'Double Down' button. Doubling down doubles your bet, and requires you to draw one more card only. You may double down after having already previously split cards.