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Strip Down with Vegas Strip Blackjack

Vegas Strip Blackjack is said to be one of the simplest variants of blackjack on offer at House of Jack, and it’s one of the most common variants players go to in land-based casinos. And, here at House of Jack, this variant’s popularity is growing.

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The name of the game – How to play Vegas Strip Blackjack

Playing Vegas Strip Blackjack at House of Jack is like playing it in your favourite land-based casinos, just without the travelling.

• The round gets underway by players wagering their bets on the table.
• The dealer will then deal the cards. The first card the dealer deals, will always be dealt face up to the players, and the second card is dealt face up to the dealer, the third card is dealt face up to the players, and the last card is dealt face down to the dealer- known as the hole card.
• Before the dealer checks for blackjack, players have the option to take insurance against the dealer having blackjack. The insurance bet is always at the expense of half the player’s original bet. If the dealer does not have a blackjack, the insurance bet loses and the game will proceed. If the dealer has blackjack, then the insurance bet pays out at 2:1 and the normal bet loses.
• The dealer will then check for blackjack, if the dealer or any player has blackjack the round ends. If no one has blackjack, players will be able to make their next move.
• Players have the option to take insurance, double, hit, stand, or split.

Getting started – Vegas Single Deck Blackjack rules

• The object of Vegas Strip Blackjack, like any other variant of blackjack is to get a total equal to or less than 21. If the hand exceeds 21, that person (player or dealer) will bust and lose the round automatically.
• Vegas Strip Blackjack is played with four 52-card decks shuffled together. The cards are dealt from a device known as a shoe.
• The dealer will first check for anyone who may have a natural 21, otherwise known as blackjack. If the player wins the round from off a blackjack hand, they will be paid out at a ratio of 3:2.
• If there is no blackjack, play continues by everyone making their next move.
• A dealer must always stand on 17.
• If the player’s hand is higher than the dealer at the end of the round, then the player will be paid out the value of their bet. For example; if the player wagered a bet of $1 they will get back $1.
• Pairs may be split into as many as four separate hands. The first two initial cards dealt may also be split into two separate hands.

Card values in blackjack

Different cards carry different values:
• Aces have the value of one or 11; players and dealer can determine the value.
• Cards between two and 10 maintain their face value.
• Kings, queens, and jacks have the value of 10.

Blackjack terms you should know

Blackjack: The highest possible hand attainable in the game. It consists of receiving an ace and 10 in the first two cards dealt.
Bust: Bust is a hand that exceeds a total of 21.
Double: This when a player doubles their initial wager and receives an additional card.
Hit: A hit allows players to receive as many additional cards without additional expenses.
Hole Card: Hole cards form part of the dealer’s hand where one card to dealt facing up and the other facing down.
Push: Push is when the players and dealer hand match.
Split: Players can only split a hand when their first two cards dealt are the same.
Stand: Players will stand when they are satisfied with their hand total.
Surrender: Players have the option to surrender a round at the expense of half their initial bet.
Late Surrender: Late surrender occurs after a hand has been dealt and the dealer has checked his hand for Blackjack.
Early Surrender: Early surrender allows players to surrender their hand straight after it has been dealt.

A winning hand at House of Jack

Players can win blackjack in one of three possible ways:
• If you’re dealt an unmatched Blackjack hand from the first two cards.
• If the player’s hand is closer to 21 and is higher than the dealers.
• If the dealer busts and the player manages to keep their hand total below 21.

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