SUPER 21 SCREENSHOT
The game is played using a standard 52 card deck. The Player must first place a bet and is then dealt two cards face up. The Dealer is dealt two cards as well, but one is face up and one face down. The Player then has the option to either Hit (request another card) or Stand (refuse extra cards). The player's hand must beat the dealer's by coming closer to 21 without Busting (surpassing 21). A winning hand with a total of 21 is called a Blackjack.
The game is different from the usual Blackjack because the Player automatically wins if his hand has 6 cards or more with a total of 20. This rule applies even if the dealer has a total of 21 (Blackjack). Other advantages to Super Fun 21 include being able to Split a hand up to 4 times, a Player's Blackjack surpasses a Dealer's Blackjack, and the Player automatically doubles their money with a hand consisting of 5 cards or more that total 21.
Super 21 Rules
- Super 21 is dealt with 8 decks of cards.
- Dealer has to hit soft 17.
- Blackjack Pays even money.
- Player may Hit and Double Down after Splitting Aces and getting a card.
- Player may Double on any number of cards.
- Late Surrender and Surrender after doubling (Double Down rescue) is allowed.
- Player automatically wins the following hands:
- Any hand of 6 cards or more (except after Doubling).
- Any hand of 21 consisting of 5 cards or more (except after Doubling) pays 2:1.
- Any Blackjack hands (not including Split hands).
- Blackjack with 2 Diamonds pays 2:1.
- Suits of the cards have no significance in this game.
- Cards 2 to 9 are the face value.
- Jacks, Queens and Kings are all valued at 10.
- Aces can count as either 1 or 11.
- Bet: to place a bet, the Player must click on the Chip value that they wish to wager.
- Deal: press Deal to begin the game after a wager has been placed. The Player gets two cards face up and the Dealer gets also two cards, one face up the other face down.
- Hit: when the Player requests another card to be dealt. The Player may take a hit at any time before Standing.
- Stand: the Player desires to maintain the hand dealt. The game will automatically Stand when the Player has 21 or after Doubling Down.
- Split: if the Player's first two cards are of the same value (like 7, 7, or Q, K) they may be split into 2 separate hands by placing a second wager of equal value to the initial bet. The Player may have up to 3 hands at one time. The Player then proceeds to draw cards as usual, with these exceptions:
- if Player Splits two Aces, only one supplementary card is dealt for each hand.
- a hand totaling 21 after Splitting Aces is considered 21, not Blackjack.
- Double: when a Player has been dealt the first two cards and supposes that the 3rd card will give them the opportunity to beat the Dealer's hand, they can Double Down. The bet is doubled, and one supplementary card is dealt to the Player. The hand automatically Stands, and the Dealer then completes its hand comparing it to the Players' total.
- Blackjack: this hand is obtained when first two cards total 21. Blackjack beats a score of 21 made of 3 or more cards.
- Bust: is achieved when the total value of cards for either the Dealer or the Player surpasses 21. If the Player busts the wager is lost, if the Dealer busts the Player automatically wins the wager.
- Push: is achieved when the value of the Dealer's cards (from 17 to 21) and the Player's cards are equal, resulting in neither winning. It also results in the return of the Player's wager. In Super 21 a Player automatically wins with any Blackjack, this hand does not Push.
- Insurance: gives you an opportunity to protect yourself when you think that the Dealer might have Blackjack. If the Dealer's first card is an Ace, and the Player believes the Dealer's face down card value is 10, the Player can buy Insurance against Dealer Blackjack at the price of half their initial bet. If the Dealer does have Blackjack, the Insurance pays 2 to 1, matching the amount of the initial bet. If the Player has taken Insurance and the Dealer does not have Blackjack, the Player loses his Insurance. The Player's initial bet is then established by comparing his cards with the Dealer's. If the Dealer and the Player both have Blackjack, the game results in a Push with the Player profiting by the amount won by taking Insurance, also called Even Money.
- Surrender: once Player hits surrender, he will receive 50% of his current bet and 50% will go to the House. In Super 21 a Player can surrender at any time, with any number of cards, before Standing.
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