The most popular casino game
Blackjack is one of the most popular casino table games.
The object of the game is to beat the dealer's hand by having your cards total 21 or as near to 21 as possible without going over.
Depending on the value of the initial two cards dealt to the player, the player may 'Hit' to draw an additional card or 'Stand' to stop. If the player feels unlikely to win the game, he or she may withdraw from the game by choosing the option of 'Surrender' while giving up the half of his or her wager. ('Hit', 'Stand', and 'Surrender' should be indicated by a specified hand signal.)
If the dealer’s initial two cards total 16 or less, the dealer must continue to draw cards until the total reaches 17 or greater. Any participant, including the dealer, whose hand value exceeds 21 automatically loses the game, and this is called a ‘Bust’.
If the player's hand reaches a bust, the hand will be over. If the dealer is a bust, all players still remaining in the hand automatically win. At the completion of each hand, all players who have a higher value than the dealer’s hand will be paid. All players who have a lower value than the dealer’s hand will lose. If there is a tie, the player’s wager will remain as it is and the hand will be over.
If the initial two cards drawn by the dealer or the player are an ace and a ten value card, the hand totals 21 and is called a 'Blackjack'. When a player has a Blackjack, the player will be paid 3 to 2 (1.5 times). When both the player and the dealer have a Blackjack, the hand will be a tie. However, if only the dealer has a Blackjack, the dealer will win.
Card Values & Signal
“ACE” is counted as 1 or 11.
Each face card (KING/QUEEN/JACK) is counted as 10; all other cards are counted as their face value.
If you wish to draw another card, simply tap or scratch the table with your fingers as you say “Hit”.
If you decide to stay put, wave your hand with back of your hand up as you say “Stay”.
If you decide you are unlikely to win, scratch the table with your index finger from left to right as you say 'Surrender'.
Play begins when the dealer calls for betting
and the dealer proceeds the game under the drawing rule.
The dealer draws the intial two cards for players and himself or herself and then shows the hole card.
If the dealer’s hole card is an Ace, he or she will offer ‘Even Money’ and ‘Insurance’ to the players. If it’s a Blackjack, the hand will be over.
In case the dealer’s hole card is a 10 or face card, the dealer will check for a Blackjack. In case it is a Blackjack, the hand will be over.
If the dealer does not have a Blackjack, the dealer will ask the players whether to Hit or Stand. When the player’s hand exceeds 21 from receiving another card from Hit, Double Down, or Split, the hand will be over and the wager will be taken away.
When the dealer opens the card, dealer’s total should be 17 or greater. Otherwise the dealer must continue to draw cards. When the dealer’s hand exceeds 21, game will be over and all the players still remaining in the game will win.
At the completion of each hand, all players who have a higher value than the dealer’s hand will be paid if the dealer's hand does not exceed 21. All players who have a lower value than the dealer’s hand will lose. If there is a tie, the player’s wager will remain as it is and the hand will be over.
The player may wager on 1 to 3hands.
Absolutely no wager can be made after the “no more bets” call by the dealer.
All wagers should be within the table limit as indicated. Exception) For the pair bet, additional bets can be made up to the amount others don't bet.
The last round of the shoe will be determined by an appearance of the indicate card.
Double Down(Double Down)
Independently of the total value of the initial two cards, the player can double the wager, in other words, place a second wager equal to or less than the original wager,
provided that he or she draws only one additional card.
After evaluating that the player has better chance to win, the player may say “Double Down” or “Double” when the dealer asks to Hit or Stay.
Put your additional wager next to the original wager and the dealer will handle the rest
When the initial two cards have the same value, you have an option of splitting the cards into two hands and playing them separately.
When the dealer asks you to Hit or Stay, say “Split” and you must place a second wager equal to the amount of the original wager.
The player may re-split up to three times creating four separate hands.
A Double Bet allows additional wager less than the original wager. However, a Split allows only the same amount as the original wager.
When you Split an Ace only one card will be drawn to each hand and your additional card will be placed horizontally. Doubling down possible after splitting.
Even Money(Even Money)
When the player has a Blackjack and the dealer has an Ace as a hole (showing) card, the dealer is likely to offer ‘Even Money’ to finish the game in order to prevent a Tie in case the dealer also has a Blackjack.
When the dealer shows an Ace and asks the player with a Blackjack whether to accept Even Money, and if the player calls Even Money, then the game is over after Even Money is paid 1 to 1.
If the dealer’s face-up card is an Ace, the player can make an Insurance bet of half the amount of the original bet or less to guard against the possibility that the dealer has a Blackjack.
If the dealer’s face-up card is an Ace and the dealer asks the player if he/she wants insurance, the player can make an Insurance bet up to half the amount of the original bet.
- If the dealer has a Blackjack, all players without insurance bet lose their original wager. However, if there’s an insurance bet, the player wins twice the amount of the insurance bet, which means the player gets the amount of the original wager back despite the original bet having been lost.
- If the dealer doesn’t have a Blackjack, the player loses only the insurance bet. If there is a Blackjack hand without Even Money, the Blackjack will be paid and hand will continue in its original manner.
The Maximum and Minimum limits of wager is assigned on each table, which is called a Limit. There are more than two limits assigned on each table. Player may choose the limit he/she desires.
Pair bet(Pair bet)
If the player’s initial two cards are the same number(a Pair), the Pair Bet will be paid at a rate of one to eleven.
10 – J, J – K, and Q – K are each counted as the same value of 0, but none of these combinations is recognized as a Pair.
Private Game(Private Game)
If you want to play alone or only within your party, please request a private gaming. You may decide the limit of the table; however, the stakes are usually higher than normal tables.
Please ask one of our floor persons for your private gaming table at any time.