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Welcome to multi-hand European Blackjack. Six decks of cards are used to play this variant. Each player plays only against the dealer that is the bank, independently of other players. Your goal as the player is to draw cards (i.e. hit) until your hand adds up to 21, or comes as close as possible without exceeding 21. If your first two cards total 21, you have Blackjack!

If the total value of your cards is closer to 21 than the dealer's, you win as much as you have wagered.
If you have Blackjack, you win 3 to 2 times your bet (assuming the dealer does not also have Blackjack).Aces count as either 1 or 11, dressed cards as 10, and remaining cards according to their number values. If the total of your cards exceeds 21, you bust and lose your wager. If you have the same card total as the dealer, from 17 and up, no one wins and you get your stake back in a so-called push. Blackjack beats a score of 21.

The Blackjack game at our Casino follows the standard "Las Vegas Strip" rules, with the following exceptions: The deck is shuffled after each round. The player may split only once. The player may double after splitting. Player can double on 9, 10, and 11 only. Player can split to 2 hands. No late surrender . The dealer only draws 1 card at the start of a hand, and does not draw any more cards until after the player has finished all of their hands. The Player loses total bet, including after doubling or splitting, if dealer has blackjack. On insurance bet wins, double and split wagers are not returned to the player.

The minimum wager in Blackjack is 1.00, and the maximum wager is 100.00. If your first two cards are of the same value, you may split them into two separate hands, placing a second wager of equal value. You then proceed to draw cards as usual. However, if you split two Aces, you get only one additional card for each hand. If you split two Aces and one of your hands totals 21, this is not considered Blackjack, but 21.

When you have been dealt two cards, and think that one more card will give you a position to beat the dealer's hand, you can double down. Your wager is doubled, and you are allowed to hit and receive just one additional card. Player may only double if their hand shows 9, 10, or 11. Insurance is a game of its own within Blackjack, and gives you the chance to protect yourself when you believe that the dealer might have Blackjack. If the dealer's first card is an Ace, he is considered to have a fair chance of getting Blackjack.

If you believe that the dealer's dark card is of value 10, you may buy insurance against dealer Blackjack at the price of half your initial bet. If the dealer does have Blackjack, the insurance pays 2 to 1, corresponding to the amount of your initial bet. If you have bought insurance, and the dealer does not have Blackjack, you lose your insurance. Your initial bet is then settled by comparing your cards with the dealer's. Should you and the dealer both have Blackjack, the game results in a push. The dealer must draw cards until he has at least 17; the dealer stands on soft 17 (this is when the dealer has an Ace which counts as 11). If the dealer gets 16, he must take another card. The dealer may not decide whether or not to draw a card based on your hand, but must abide by the existing dealer rules.

An Ace can count as 1 or 11. A "soft" hand refers to a hand with an Ace that counts as 11. A "soft 17," for example, is an Ace and a 6. A player with an Ace has the advantage of being able to change the Ace's value to count as 1 when 11 would cause a bust. A hand with an Ace that counts as 1 is called a hard hand.