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- Our BlackJack game is composed of a dealer and the rest of the players at the table.

- Before the dealer starts dealing the cards, the player chooses the amount they want to bet by double clicking on the chips pile.

- After deciding how much to bet, the player should click on the “PLACE BET” button.

- Once the dealer starts dealing the cards, the player cannot change their bets.
Different buttons light up depending on the different options to facilitate the game play. For example, if it is possible to split the cards into two piles, the button “SPLIT” will appear, allowing the player to play with two separate hands.

-The objective of BlackJack is for the player to reach or to get as close as possible to 21 by adding the values of all the cards received by the dealer, per hand, without exceeding the amount of 21. The player will win the game if they have a total of 21 or if their total amount is higher than the dealer's. You will lose the game, or go “bust”, if you exceed the amount of 21. If the player's amount is equal to the amount of the dealer, the player will have their initial bet returned.
Each card is worth the number written on it. Figures like Jack, Queen or King are worth ten. Aces give the player the choice to count the card as either 11 or 1.

- The player receives 2 cards, face up. The player can take as many cards as they want.

- The dealer will also receive 2 cards; one will be face up, the other one will be face down. The dealer will only return their “hidden” card once the player is done with their game.

- After this the dealer turns over the 'hidden' card.
- If the dealer’s total amount is worth between 17 and 21, the dealer must “stand”

- If the total amount of their cards is equal to or less than 16, the dealer will continue to hit cards until they reach a total amount of 17 or more.

- As soon as the dealer exceeds 21, they lose the game and the player wins the bet.

- The player wins the game if the total amount of their hand is higher than the total amount of the hand of the dealer, without exceeding 21.

- All hands that are worth less than the total amount of the dealer's hand will lose.
- If the player has a Black Jack (which means they have a 10 or a figure with an Ace), they will win one and a half time their bet unless the dealer also has a Black Jack. In that case it would be a draw.

OPTIONS:

"DOUBLE"
The player can press the “DOUBLE” button after having received their first two cards.
This option will automatically double the initial bet made by the player and the dealer will serve the player a third card face up.
The player will not be able to receive any other card.
It is only possible for the player to double when he receives their first two cards or after having split their game.

"SPLIT"
If the first two cards received by the player have the same value, the player will be entitled to split their hand into two different hands..
Each hand is played independently.
The player plays now with two different hands and he can ask for as many cards as they want for each of their hands so long as he does not exceed 21.
If the player wants to split two Aces, if he gets BlackJack it will be considered a single 21. In this case a 21 from the croupier will be considered a draw.

"STICK"
The player can press the “STICK” button after receiving their first two cards.
This operation allows the player to quit the game and to recover all or half of their initial bet, depending on the state of play.
The game will then start again as normal.

"INSURANCE"
The player has the choice to take an “INSURANCE” when the card face up of the dealer is an Ace. This means that the player may gamble one half of their initial bet in order to assure not to lose their entire bet if the dealer shows, besides their Ace, a hand with a 10 or a face card.
If the hand of the dealer is an Ace and a 10, the player wins two and a half times their insurance bet (which means he would keep their initial bet and their insurance bet).
If the card face down of the dealer has a value of less than 10, the player will lose their insurance bet and the game continue as normal. The winner will be the one who is the closest to 21.
You cannot Split or Double when you have Insurance.

"PUSH" or "DRAW":
There is a draw when the dealer and the player have the same total amount in card values. In case of a draw no one loses and the player takes has their initial bet returned.

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There are many different ways of placing bets in European Roulette. Each wager covers a selection of different numbers and has a different distribution, as it is shown in the section of the “Payout Scheme” (see below). The European version of Roulette has only one zero and offers more chances to win than the American Roulette which has two zeros.

- Each player must initially choose the amount they want to gamble.
- Then place their bet(s) on the desired box(es).
- After having placed their bet(s), the player must click on the “PLACE BET” button in order for the dealer to activate the roulette wheel.
- Once the ball has stopped, the dealer will announce the result and the amount won by the player (if any).

Straight up
The player can gamble on any number, including 0, by placing a chip directly on a number.

Split Bet
The player can gamble on two numbers by placing a chip on the line which separates the two numbers.

Street Bet
The player can gamble on three numbers by placing a chip on the interior left border line of the Roulette table which is beside a corresponding row of the three numbers.

Corner Bet
The player can gamble on four numbers by placing a chip on the corner where four numbers meet on one point.

Four bet
The player can gamble on the numbers 0, 1, 2 and 3 by placing their chips on the interior left border line between 0 and 1.

Line bet
The player can bet on two street bets (meaning six different numbers on two rows of three numbers (streets) ), by placing a chip on the interior left border line where the line dividing the two rows is cut.

Column Bet
There are three tagged boxes “2:1” at the bottom of a numbers column.

- The player can gamble on all these numbers by placing their chips on one of these boxes.
- If one of the numbers from the player’s column is the number where the Roulette ball has stopped the player is paid according to a ratio of 2:1; 0 is a losing number.

Dozen Bet
The player can gamble on a group of twelve numbers.

- by placing their chips in one of the three boxes marked “1st 12”, “2nd 12”, or “3rd 12”.
- If one of the 12 numbers of the player is the number where the Roulette ball has stopped the player is paid according to a ratio of 2:1; 0 is a losing number.

Red/Black, Even/Odd, Top/Bottom Bet
The player can place a bet on one of the left side boxes, on the long side of the table, that covers half of the numbers of the Roulette table (except for the zero).

- Each box covers 18 numbers.
- The player bets the same amount on all of their wagers (1 to 1); 0 is a losing number.

Previous Numbers Screen
The previous numbers screen shows the last thirteen results.

Payout scheme

Chips

Term

Win

1 number

Straight Up

35 to 1

2 numbers

Split bet

17 to 1

3 numbers

Street Bet

11 to 1

4 numbers

Corner Bet

8 to 1

4 numbers

Four Bet

8 to 1

6 numbers

Line Bet

5 to 1

12 numbers

Dozen or Column Bet

2 to 1

18 numbers

Red/Black, Odd/Even or High/Low Bet

1 to 1

Note: you can make bets which include two, three or even four numbers.

- For example, by using the zero, the player can place bets on: 1+0, 1+2+0, 2+0, 3+0, or 1+2+3+0.

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The objective of Baccarat is to obtain a hand where the total number of points is 9, or as close as possible.

- Aces count as one point; the cards from 2 to 9 keep their own values;
- the 10 and the face cards count as 0.
- If the total value of the player’s hand is 10 points or more, the player must withdraw 10 points off this first value; the rest will be considered as the number of baccarat points from the player’s hands.

For Example: 7 + 6 = 13 = 3 or 4 + 6 = 10 = 0

- Place your bet on either the dealer’s hand (“Dealer”), or on the player’s hand (“Player”) or on a tied game (“Tie”).
- The dealer will then distribute two cards to the player and two to the dealer.
- In some cases the dealer will give a third card to the player or to the dealer or even to both (according to the Third card rule).
- The cards are distributed from a pile of 6 mixed decks of cards. The cards are shuffled before each game.

The player who is the closest to 9 will be the winner of the game.

- If the player has bet on the “player” and the “player” wins, the player will be paid at a ratio of 2 to 1 on their initial bet.

- If the player has bet on the “dealer” and that the “dealer” wins, the player will be paid at a ratio of 2 to 1 on their initial bet, minus a commission of 5% that will be attributed to the bank.

In a case where the hands of both the “player” and the “dealer” have equal totals, the game will be declared a “Tie”.

If the player has placed a bet on “Tie”, he will be paid at a ratio of 9 to 1 on their initial bet.

Third card rule

The following baccarat rules scheme shows cases where the player and/or the dealer automatically receive, from the dealer, a third card.

For the player:

Value in points of the first two cards:

 

0 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5

Hit a card

6 - 7

Pass.

8 - 9

“First hand”, no more card.

For the dealer:

Value in points of the first two cards:

Hit when the third card of player is:

Does not hit when the third card of the player is:

0 - 1 - 2

Hit in any case

 

3

0 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 9

8

4

2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7

0 - 1 - 8 - 9

5

4 - 5 - 6 - 7

0 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 8 - 9

6

6 - 7

0 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 8 - 9

7

Always pass.

 

8 - 9

The player cannot hit

The player cannot hit

 

 

 


Important
: If the player and/or the dealer have a total of 8 or 9, they will both pass. This rule overrules any other rule.

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  • Dec5, 2022