Free Bet Blackjack lets you double down and split ... for free! If you choose the free bet options, the dealer will place a special token next to your original wager. If you end up winning the hand, you get paid as if you had made a traditional split or double, even though you didn't put any additional money at risk.
Make a bet to play against the dealer. You and the dealer will get two starting cards, as in standard blackjack.
You may free split any pairs, except for 10-value cards. Free re-splitting is allowed.
You may free double any hard 9, 10 or 11. Free doubling after splitting is allowed.
If the dealer busts with a point total of 22, any bets you have left in action are pushes. The Push 22 side bet wins if the dealer busts with a point total of 22.
Note: Player blackjacks are paid before the dealer hits out his hand, so they are exempt from the Push 22 rule.
Bringing Down the House: The Inside Story of Six MIT Students Who Took Vegas for Millions is a book by Ben Mezrich about a group of MIT card counters commonly known as the MIT Blackjack Team. While represented as non-fiction by Mezrich and Free Press, the book contains significant fictional elements. Many of the key events propelling the drama...
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