Blackjack

Blackjack is a classic casino game, and one of the most popular ones. Always Vegas offers Blackjack, and multi-hand Blackjack where you can play up to 3 hands.

Blackjack is played against the dealer. The aim of the game is to get a higher hand, without going over 21. Also, if the dealer goes over 21, your hand wins.

Winning

If your hand includes an ace and either a face card or a ten, you have Blackjack, you are paid out 3:2 on your original bet.
If you have a winning hand that is not a Blackjack, you get paid 1:1 on your original bet.

Insurance

If the dealer’s first card is an Ace, you can place insurance on your. It means that if the dealer’s hand turns out to be Blackjack, you lose the original bet, but get 2:1 on the insurance.
The insurance is equal to half of the original bet, and it only covers your original hand, and not Splits or Double Downs. If the Dealer does not have a Blackjack, you have lost the Insurance, If the dealer does have Blackjack you get your original bet back and break even.

Card Ranks

All face cards - Jacks, Kings and Queens count as 10.
Aces can be counted as either 1 or 11.
Number cards are counted as their face value.

Game Rules

1. Pick you chip and place it on a betting circle
2. Click DEAL to see your hand and the dealer’s hand. Your 2 cards are facing up, and the dealer has one card open and one facing down.
3. Here you choose to HIT (to get another card) or STAND with the cards you have.
Other options include:
SPLIT – if you have 2 cards of the same rank, you can your hand into two separate hands and play them separately. You can Split up to 3 times per game, but Aces can only be split once.
DOUBLE DOWN – You can double your original bet and get another card. After doubling, you can’t hit again. You can double after a split.


Now your hand and the dealer’s hand are counted.
If the Dealer's hand exceeds 21 it busts and you win.
If you have Blackjack and the dealer does not, you win 3:2.
If the both have Blackjack it’s a tie and the bet is returned.
If you went over 21 it’s a bust.
if you have a higher hand than the dealer’s and not exceeding 21 you win at 1:1.