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Blackjack Super 7’s Description
Blackjack Super 7 is a variation of the most popular casino card game in the world. The name Blackjack arose when an American casino decided to popularise the game by paying a bonus to any player holding the ace of spades and either the jack of clubs or jack of spades. The object of the game is simple – obtain a total card count higher than that of the dealer without exceeding 21.
Blackjack Super 7’s Rules
Before receiving any cards, you must place a wager and decide whether to place the optional Super 7 bet.
- Select a chip value of either $1, $5, $10, $25, or $100.
- Click the betting circle until the number of chips displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
- To reduce your bet amount, right-click the betting circle to remove chips. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected chip.
- Click in the Super 7 betting circle until the number of chips is equal to the amount you wish to bet.
- Click Deal. You and the dealer will each be dealt two cards. Both of your cards will be face up, but only one of the dealer’s cards will be face up.
- Review your cards.
- To receive another card, click Hit.
- If you are satisfied with your hand and wish to double your initial wager, click Double.
- If you receive two cards of equal value and wish to split them into two new hands of one card each, click Split.
- If you are satisfied with your hand and your wager, click Stand.
Blackjack Super 7s uses a six deck shoe that is reshuffled after each hand.
You can play up to three hands at once.
If your hand is greater than the dealer’s and does not go over 21, you win.
The face cards—jack, queen and king—all have a value of 10, aces have a value of 1 or 11, and the remaining cards are worth their face value.
If your hand exceeds 21, you bust and automatically lose the hand. If you have the same card total as the dealer, there is no winner and your bet is returned. This is known as a push.
The dealer stands on 17 and above and draws on 16 and below.
If the dealer’s face-up card is an ace, you can buy insurance.
The optional Super 7s bet lets you wager on whether the first card dealt to you is a 7.
|Blackjack||A two-card hand of 21 points.|
|Bust||A hand in Blackjack that goes over 21. If you bust, you lose.|
|Double||Allows you to double your initial bet. The bet is placed after the first two cards are dealt. Only double your bet when you are reasonably sure you will only need one more card to win. Your bet will be placed automatically and you will be dealt one last card. Your hand will always consist of three cards when doubling. This is also known as doubling down.|
|Face-up card||The card in the dealer’s hand that is face up for you to see before you play your hand. This is also known as the open card or up card.|
|Hard hand||Any hand that does not contain an ace or a hand that contains one or more aces that count as only one point.|
|Hit||To ask the dealer for another card.|
|Insurance||If a dealer is dealt an ace face up, you may buy insurance. You are buying insurance against the dealer’s odds of having Blackjack. Insurance is a side bet that equals half your original wager.
If the dealer is dealt an ace face up and has Blackjack, it is an automatic loss and the round ends. If you placed an insurance bet, you are paid back at odds of 2:1. This payment equals your original bet.
If you have placed an insurance bet and the dealer does not have Blackjack, you lose your insurance bet, but retain your original wager and continue to play.
|Natural||A two-card hand of 21 points. This is known as Blackjack.|
|Push||A tie hand between you and the dealer. A push occurs when you and the dealer have unbusted hands with the same total points.|
|Soft hand||Any hand that contains an ace that can be counted as 11. For example, an ace and a 6 is known as a soft 17.|
|Split||If you are dealt two cards of identical value, you can split them into two new hands of one card each. Each new hand can then be played out in turn.
You may only split a hand once. The wager placed on each new hand is equal to the original bet. You may double down on one or both of your new hands. When aces are split, only one card is dealt to each new hand. A split hand resulting in blackjack pays out at 1:1 rather than the normal 3:2.
|Stand||To be satisfied with your hand and refuse another card.|