Key Information on Double Exposure Blackjack Card Game August 4, 2015
Double Exposure Black Jack is a multi-hands table game provided by Play’n Go which can be played at Bingo Extra. Blackjack is a one on one card game where a dealer and a player compare their cards whereby 6 decks of 52 cards is used to play. The object of the game of Blackjack is to beat the dealer, and this can be done in various ways such as getting 21 points on the first two cards which is called a blackjack (without a dealer blackjack), when you reach a final score higher than the dealer without exceeding 21 or when the dealer draw additional cards until his hand exceeds 21.
Chip sizes on Double Exposure Black Jack are £1, £2, £5, £10, £25 or £100 and to place a bet, you require to click on the desired chip and then click on the game table in the location you wish to place the chip which will be added to your total bet. You may remove a bet by selecting the X chip and then click on the chip you wish, whereas you may take off all bets by clicking on the Clear All button.
In Double Exposure Black Jack, your objective is to get a hand with a value closer to 21 than the dealer’s and if your hand exceeds 21, you bust and lose your bet, whereas if the dealer busts, you win with an even pay-out of 1:1. The calculation of the value in hand is carried out whereby your cards are summed according to certain rules where cards numbered 2 through 10 are worth their face values, jacks, queen and kings are worth 10, an ace is worth either 1 or 11, whichever is more advantageous during the round, and the suit of the card is of no importance during the game.
While playing Double Exposure Black Jack, you have to adhere to certain table rules such as cards which are shuffled after each round, the dealer stands on all 17s, you can only split a hand once and you receive only one additional card for a split ace. A hand that totals 21 after splitting is considered 21, not blackjack. You can play up to 3 hands in the game of Double Exposure Black Jack which is played with 6 decks of cards. You can double on hard 9-11, however there is no doubling after splitting. Both of the dealer’s initial cards are dealt face up and the dealer wins on all ties, except on a tied blackjack.
There are various actions that you can select while playing Double Exposure Black Jack. A Rebet button is available so that you can replace the same initial bet as the preceding round, whereas the deal button starts the round after a bet has been placed. You require to click the Hit button to be dealt an additional card and this button can be clicked multiple times before clicking Stand when you are satisfied with the value of your hand and desire no additional cards, however you automatically stand on a hand that totals 21.
If your first two cards are of the same value, you may split them into 2 separate hands by placing a second wager of equal value on the second hand after which you can proceed to play one hand at a time. After receiving your first two cards, you can double your bet by clicking on the Double button and you will be dealt with only one additional card to complete your hand. When the value of the dealer’s hand is 17-21 and matches the value of your hand, the dealer wins, however if you and the dealer both have blackjack, you win. When the first two dealt cards total 21, the hand is a blackjack, and blackjack in this situation beats a hand comprised of three or more cards that total 21.
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