Double Exposure Blackjack October 27, 2017
INTRODUCTION AND KEY FEATURES OF DOUBLE EXPOSURE BLACKJACK
Double Exposure Blackjack, also known as two card games, is a variant of Blackjack where the dealer receives two face-up cards. The game first appeared in Vegas world, a casino/hotel opened in 1979 on Las Vegas Boulevard. Having gone very popular, the game is available online, powered by Play'nGo.
In Double Exposure Blackjack, you have various options which are Hit, Stand, Split, Double, Bust or Push. To ‘Hit’ means to be dealt an additional card and this can be done multiple times before clicking on ‘Stand’ for no additional cards. ‘Split’ is when the first 2 cards are of the same values. Therefore, you may split those into 2 separate hands by placing a second wager of equal value on the second hand thus continuing to play one hand at a time. To double the bet placed, click on ‘Double’ after being dealt with the first 2 cards, where afterwards only one card will be dealt to complete a hand. When the total value of cards in hand exceeds 21, this means that you ‘bust’ therefore you lose. In the event that the dealer’s hand is 17-21 and matches the value of your hand, it’s called a ‘push’ and the dealer wins. If you and the dealer both have blackjack, you win.
The betting options that you have on Double Exposure Blackjack are 1, 5, 10, 25 or 100 along with an x marked chip which you may click on any placed chip to remove your bet. In the event that you’ve placed bets and wish to remove everything on the table, click on clear all and it will be done automatically for you. To begin the game, click on 'deal' after having selected your bet value.
The concept of Double Exposure Blackjack is the same as the Blackjack game except for the fact that the dealer’s cards are exposed. Your objective is to get a hand with a value close to 21 than the dealer. Exceeding 21 in a hand will be a bust, therefore, you lose your bet placed.
As in any land-based table game, the online Double Exposure Blackjack also has some table rules that include cards being re-shuffled after each round, a hand can be split only once with only one additional card dealt for a split ace, no doubling after having split and Blackjack pays 1:1, double on hard 9-11, dealer stands on all 17s, a hand that totals 21 after splitting is considered as 21 and not Blackjack and you may play up to three hands.
The calculations of the card values are done the same as in the regular Blackjack game. Cards numbered 2 through 10 are worth their face values, Jacks, Kings and Queens are worth 10 and ace is worth either 1 or 11 depending on which is more to your advantage and card suits hold no importance in a Blackjack game.
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