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No Bust 21st Century Blackjack 4.01
The object of No Bust 21st Century Blackjack 4.01 (Blackjack) is for the player’s hand to get closer to a Natural (Ace with a 10 or Face Card), without going over 21, compared to the player-dealer’s hand.
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Blackjack is played by up to six players, and a player-dealer, on a standard- sized table. Six decks of 52 cards are used except on double-deck tables where two decks of 52 cards are used.
Players may place an optional Buster wager in the designated circle. Once all betting is concluded the house dealer deals two cards face-up to all seated players; and one card face face-down (hole card) and one card face-up (2 total cards) to the player-dealer. Hands are not dealt to empty seats. Note: The house dealer deals two cards face-down to all players on double-deck tables.
The value of each player’s hand is the total value of the player’s cards only. Cards are given the following point values: Aces have a value of 1 or 11 at the option of the player; 2-9 Pip cards have their stated value; and, 10 and face cards have a value of 10.
Player Draw Options
- Players may stand, hit, double-down, split or surrender according to the following rules:
- Players have the option to stand (decline a draw card) on any total of 12 to 21.
- Players have the option to hit (request a draw card) any value of cards with a total value of 12 to 20, and must hit any total of 11 or less.
- Players may double-down on their first two cards (hole cards), or after a split, except when they have a Natural 21 (Ace and any 10 or face card). Players will receive one draw card only and may not hit again. On double-deck tables, the draw card will be dealt face-down unless the player indicates by verbal action that the player wants the card dealt face-up. On all other tables, the draw card will be dealt faceup only.
- Players may split any pair of two cards with the same point value. After splitting, players may hit each card multiple times except when splitting Aces, players will receive only one draw card for each Ace. Players may split up to three times total (total of four hands maximum).
- Players have the option to surrender half their wager on their first two cards (hole cards) when their total is 12 or more excluding an ace.
- Players win when the player’s total is a Natural (21) or less and the player-dealer’s total is more than a Natural (21).
- Players win when the player’s hand is closer to a Natural compared to the player-dealer’s hand.
- The player-dealer wins when the player’s total is more than a Natural (21) and the player-dealer’s total is less than a Natural (21).
- If both hands TIE, it’s a push.
- No Bust Feature. If the player’s three card hand totals 23, 24, or 25, and the player-dealer’s cards total more than the player’s cards, the hand is a push (no money is exchanged)
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