How To Play Blackjack-Realistic January 3, 2017
The world renowned game; Blackjack has largely improved over the years in terms of graphics. The origins are still a hot debate that could take a few more years to elucidate! The interesting thing about this game is that it appeared in 1700, over 300 years ago. Blackjack was previously referred to as Vingt-et-Un in French casinos. Another version that existed was the ‘One and Thirty’ game played in Spain. The objective in this game was to attain 31 with three cards. It was in the casinos of Nevada that the name ‘21’ was adopted and has been used until now. Magical Vegas brings you a tip-top version of Blackjack, taken from Realistic Games.
Betting on Blackjack Realistic
Play it the Bond way by selecting your stake amount from chips that range from 1.00 to 200.00 in value. After that, you can choose whether to play with one or all 5 betting spots on the table. When you are ready, click on ‘Deal’ for the game to begin and the dealer will deal 2 cards on each hand including his/hers. During the game, you will have options to ‘Hit’ and another card will be dealt, ‘Stand’ where you end the turn or ‘Double Down’ which is to double the previous bet. After a hand is played, you may either ‘Rebet & Deal’ which will place the previous bet in play and automatically start the game or ‘Repeat Bet’ that will input the same bet but not start the game.
In the ‘Preferences’ option, you are given the possibility to personalise your play by selecting the table colour from six given choices, card display, always offer insurance, always offer even money, remove bust cards, in-game warnings and automatic stand. You can also select the dealer’s voice from female or male, the volume of the voice, music and sound effects.
Blackjack comes with a number of game rules which are good to know when playing the game! The dealer must stand on all 17s, the option to split your cards is given once per hand with no re-splits option and split hands do not qualify for enhanced Blackjack pay. A hand will result in a ‘Push’ in the event that you have cards of the same value; 10 and K = J and Q. On this Blackjack game from Realistic, a player wins 1 – 1 while Blackjack; A and J pays 3 – 2. With split Aces in hand, you receive one more card, but no Double Down option. It is on any two cards that you will have the opportunity to Double Down, after non Ace Splits. When going for Double Down, you get one more card. Insurance pays 2 – 1 and if you get an Ace and a face down card against an Ace and a Queen, it pays 1 -1 even money.
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