Players Suite Blackjack
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Player's Suite Blackjack
How to Play
Before you actually play the game, it is helpful to understand the rules. They are simple and straightforward.
The object of Blackjack is to draw cards, adding them together to reach a numerical value as close to 21 as possible without going over. The 2-9 cards are worth their face value; 10-K are worth 10 points; the Ace can be valued at 1 or 11.
The game begins by placing your initial wager using the poker chips to the left of the table. Just drag-and-drop your chips and then click the 'Deal' button to instruct the dealer to deal. Each of you will receive two cards. Both of yours will be face up while one of the dealer's remains face down. At this point you can:
Hit – Request another card
Stand – Receive no more cards; the dealer will play
Double – Double your bet before continuing
Split – Split your initial two cards into separate hands that will be played simultaneously
At the conclusion of dealer play, the winner of the hand will be the one closest to 21 without going over. The remaining cards in the six decks will be reshuffled, and the next hand will begin by placing your wager.
Additional rules of Player's Suite Blackjack are as follows:
Only one split and re-split are allowed per hand
Split aces result in only one card being dealt
Doubling is allowed on any two cards; you can double down after a split
The dealer must stand at 17, whether hard or soft
There is an 8-card limit; you automatically win if you have 8 cards that don't exceed 21
You automatically win if both you and the dealer are dealt a natural blackjack.
The game is complete when all cards from the six decks have been played. At the completion of the game, you have three options:
You can leave the table to exit the game
Click 'Repeat/Deal' to place the same bet as the last hand and automatically deal new cards
Click 'Re-bet' to start a new game with the same bet as your last hand but without automatically dealing cards.
The third option allows you to add to or subtract from your bet before beginning a new game, without having to drag-and-drop multiple chips. At any point prior to the start of a hand, you can click 'Clear All' to remove all bets from the table and start over.