How To Play Live Common Draw Blackjack January 3, 2017
Live Common Draw Blackjack is a multiplayer common draw Blackjack game which is played with 6 decks of cards and this game is handled by a live dealer. In Live Common Draw Blackjack, the cards are shuffled using an automatic shuffling machine. Your aim in this game is to create a hand with a value that is similar to or nearer to 21 than the dealer’s hand without going over.
Betting on Live Common Draw Blackjack
At the beginning of the game round, the dealer will invite you to make your bets while a bet timer will be doing a countdown. Chip values on Live Common Draw Blackjack are 1, 5, 10, 50 and 100 and to place your bet, you will need to select a chip value and then press on the betting box, whereas further clicks on this box will increase your number of chips. On Live Common Draw Blackjack, all players play the game from a common set of cards, found on the table called the card stream. After betting is closed, the dealer will deal one card face up to himself, and two cards into the card stream which exclude the dealer’s first card.
Based on the value of the 2 cards given into the card stream and the dealer’s card, you and other participating players will decide how to proceed with the hand according to the rules of Blackjack. If you choose to hit (take an additional card), double (Double the value of your bet), or split (separate your 2 cards into 2 different hands), the next cards dealt into the stream will be counted towards those decision. Cards may continue to be dealt if you choose to stand, or you bust your hand as other players at the table may still be completing their hands in the card stream. When all players have played their hands, the dealer will draw cards to his own hand, and the game ends when the dealer concludes his hand. The dealer then clears the table and all winnings bets are paid to the respective winners.
Based on your cards and the dealer’s card, on Live Common Draw Blackjack you may additionally have the option to split (split 2 cards into separate hands), take even money (if dealer’s card is an Ace and you have Blackjack) or take insurance (if the dealer’s first card is an Ace, you can buy insurance which will cost you half of your initial bet). If you do not select any options for your hand before the timer ends, your hand will automatically stand. If the first two cards in the card stream total 21, you have Blackjack which always beats any other hand with a value of 21, and you can win too if your hand is closer to 21 than the dealer's hand without busting, however you lose if the dealer's hand is closer to 21 without busting.
Live Common Draw Blackjack has a chat feature that allows you to have a conversation with the dealer and other players who are at the same table. You will also find a Blackjack Billboard available on this game that displays the dealer’s last 10 hands value, dealer’s last 100 hands percentage of busts and blackjacks, last hand, and actions in current hand.
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