How to Play Double Deck Blackjack
Two cards are dealt to each player and the dealer. The player's cards are dealt face down; one of the dealer's cards is dealt face up and the other face down.
The object of the game is to draw cards to a total of 21 or closer to 21 than the dealer. The Ten, Jack, Queen and King count ten points each; other cards count as face value-- Aces can count as one or eleven points.
An Ace with any Ten, Jack, Queen, or King is a "Blackjack". It is paid at 6 to 5 of the amount wagered, unless the dealer also has a Blackjack; in which case it is a "stand-off" or "push"-- neither the dealer nor the player wins.
If you do not have a Blackjack, you may indicate to the dealer to "hit" your hand, by tapping your hand/cards on the table. This means to give you another card.
Double Deck Blackjack Rules
- You may draw as many cards as you like (one at a time) to improve your hand, but if you go over 21, you have "busted" and, consequently, lose your wager (busted hands are to be revealed face up to the dealer). If you do not want a "hit" (you have drawn as many cards as you desire), then you may indicate to the dealer that you would like to "stand" by tucking your cards under your wager.
- You may "double down" (double your original wager) to receive one card on 10 or 11 only.
- You may "split" any two cards with the same face value by making a wager equal to the original wager. You may "double down" after splitting" on 10 or 11 only.
- You may split cards one time to make two hands.
- Aces may only be split once, with each Ace receiving only one additional card face down.
1. Must be 19 years or older to play Blackjack.
2. Blackjack pays 6 to 5.
3. Tie hands are considered a "stand-off" or "push"-- neither the dealer nor the player wins.
4. Dealer must hit soft 17 and stay on hard 17.
5. One hand on the cards only.
6. Hand signals (by using the cards) are used to indicate if a player wants to draw an additional card or stand.
7. The House accepts no responsibility for chips or cash left on the gaming tables.
8. Players are expected to conduct themselves in an orderly manner.
9. Table limits are posted on all games.
10. Cell phones are prohibited at all gaming tables.
11. Odawa Casino reserves the right to refuse service to anyone.
12. All decisions made my management are final on all games.
13. Even money is available if the player has a Blackjack and the dealer has an Ace up, at a player's request.
14. No surrender.
15. No doubling on blackjack.
16. No Piggybacking.