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Insurance is an additional wager made by a Guest to "Insure" against losing their initial wager in the event the Dealer's hand is a Blackjack. The Dealer will hit soft 17 in the regular gaming areas. If a Guest requests to see the burn card, a Pit Supervisor will be notified and present to expose the card. All Insurance wagers will be paid individually on the insurance line at odds of 2 to 1. The Dealer will pay a winning wager by sizing into the original wager twice. If one Split wins and one Split loses, the Dealer may lightly pat the table to indicate a Push and will point out to the Guest that one hand pays the other. Blackjacks will be paid in sequence of occurrence that the Dealer addresses the hand after checking for a Dealer Blackjack in the Tech Card Reader. If a Guest's Blackjack wager is of 6 or more cheques of the same color, in an even amount, the Dealer may cut the stack in half and size into it three times. Special management approved circumstances may allow a Guest to play with a different rule than printed on the layout, and a sign will be placed on the table to signify any rule changes. The Guest is initially dealt two cards and plays against the total of the Dealer's two cards. If a hand busts and goes over the total of 21, the wager and the cards will be removed immediately. On a game that Hits soft 17, the Dealer will Stand on any hand that is a "hard" 17 or higher and Hit if the total is soft 17 or less. A "painting" move will not be used. If a Guest is playing two hands of the same amount and wishes to insure both hands, the Dealer may place the exact amount of the two hands insured together on the Insurance line between the two hands, with Pit Supervisor approval. If the Double Down wager is for less than the original, each stack will be paid separately. If the Dealer does not have Blackjack, all Insurance wagers will be collected from right to left and the round of play will continue. A winning Insurance wager will be paid odds of 2 to 1. The Dealer will pay or take Split hands separately. A ten and a ten are a pair. The cards will be picked up in order, making sure the Dealer's hand is on the bottom of all cards top of the discard rack picked up. Blackjacks are paid at odds of 6 to 5 on Single deck Blackjack games. The work area of a Blackjack game is defined as the area in front of the Dealer between the Insurance line printed on the layout and the rack. A Dealer cut will be in the middle of the decks. A ten and a Queen are NOT a pair. Guests may Double Down for up to the amount of the initial wager on a Split hand, with the exception of Aces. The Dealer will pick up the cards according to the following procedure: a. Double down is allowed after all splits, except Aces. If a Guest requests the Double Down card face down, the Dealer will announce "Double Down Face Down", and does not need approval to place the card face down and perpendicular to the original cards. Only One burn card will be used at the beginning of a shoe or deck in play on all Blackjack games. The Dealer will prove the wager for the Guest and Pit Supervisor. When paying a Double Down wager, the Dealer will not stack the wagers together. The number of times Aces may be split varies on different games. The Pit Supervisor will make a final decision on the hand. A "Set" or "Pair" is if the Guest's first two cards dealt are a "Pair" or two cards of the same rank value. The Dealer will pick up Guest's busted the total of the cards is over 21 hands and the losing wager immediately in the sequence it occurs. If a Guest wagers over the maximum posted limit, the following steps will occur: a. If the Dealer has a Blackjack, the hand is over and the Guest will not be allowed to Surrender. The Dealer will ensure that the wagers are placed apart and not right next to each other. Any amount that is over the maximum will be returned back to the Guest outside of the betting circle.

Blackjack is a card game also known as "21" as the object of the game is for a Guest to get their card total as close to the total of 21 as possible without going over, or "busting". The Dealer's hand edgewater casino blackjack rules will be determined by the point total of two or more Dealer cards.

The Dealer will not back up any cards for any reason after they have been placed into the discard rack. Guests may Double Down on any first two cards, including Blackjack, for an amount up to the initial wager; under the condition that only one additional card will be dealt to the hand.

However, if Guest requests even money on a Blackjack, the Dealer will announce, "Even Money", wait for a Pit Supervisor's approval, pay the wager even money 1 to 1, and place the cards into the discard rack.

The Double Down wager may be placed on either the right or left of the initial wager.

Bachelor party blackjack rules wagering on multiple spots, the wagers bachelor party blackjack rules be adjacent to each other. A Guest who wishes to Surrender will not use a hand signal to Hit or Stand.

The "Hole" card will be turned over using the top card corner to lift over the "Hole" card from the side of the card. Give the Guests enough time to make an Insurance wager. Dealers and Pit Supervisors are responsible for knowing and following the "soft 17" rule as it is stated and printed on the layout, on each individual table. Dealers will NOT burn a card during a Dealer exchange. Guests will be allowed to "Surrender" or give up half of their original wager after they have received their first two cards. The cards will be placed in the discard rack immediately after payment. If a Guest questions a hand in play, the Pit Supervisor will remove the top cards from the discard rack which will be the Dealer's hand. If the Dealer turns over a Blackjack, all original wagers will lose, except a Guest's Blackjack, which will Push. The Dealer will pay only up to the posted table maximum or a Guest's authorized wagering maximum. If the wager has an odd cheque after breaking the stacks in half, the Dealer will bring the entire amount of payment out of the rack at once, size into the two halves three times, and pay the odd cheque separately in front of the stacks of cheques. Any amount that is over the maximum will be returned back to the Guest outside of the betting circle and the losing wager will be placed into the rack. To offer Insurance, the Dealer will: a. Guests may Split any two identical cards or cards of equal value into two separate hands. The Dealer will not offer an even money payoff. All decks or shoes will be broken down and spread into two face down semicircles across the work area of the layout on dead games. The Dealer may also size into the payoff of the original wager with the remaining half next to it. If the additional wager is for less than the initial wager, the Dealer will announce, "Doubling for Less" and the new wager will be placed on the Dealer's right side of the initial wager. Totals for "soft" hands should be called out as the totals change. All cards will be dealt face up out of a standard shoe and the Guests may not touch the cards. If the wager was not verified before a hand was dealt and wins, the Dealer will verify the wager in the betting circle. A Guest may wager up to three hands at the table minimum. The Dealer will place the Double Down card face up and perpendicular to the first two original cards, making sure all center pips are visible. During the "Pay and Take" sequence, the Dealer will expose the Double Down card and place it horizontally across the first two cards ensuring that all of the card's center pips are clearly visible. If the Dealer's face up card is an Ace, "Insurance" will be offered. If the wager was not verified before a hand was dealt and does not win or busts before the end of the hand, the Dealer will remove the wager from the betting circle and bring it to the work area. The Guest has the options to hit, stand, split, or double on certain hands trying to "beat" the Dealer's hand. A Guest may Split a third and fourth time if the card is of equal value to the first card. The Split wager must be equal to the initial wager. Eight Deck Blackjack will be dealt with eight standard 52 card decks out of a standard shoe and will be shuffled by an MD-2 shuffle machine. The Dealer's hand will be picked up first. A Guest may wager up to half of their initial wager. If a Guest Doubles Down on a hand point total of twelve or more, the Dealer will announce, "Doubling Down on a Hard Twelve or any other total of more than 12 " and the Double card must be placed face up. The Guest will be required to make a hand signal to complete the first hand before moving to the second Split hand. Las Vegas casinos offers many different styles of the game of Blackjack with different amounts of decks used, different rules and varying options. Example: A seven and a seven are a pair. Six Deck Blackjack will be dealt with six standard 52 card decks out of a standard shoe and will be shuffled by hand or by an MD-2 shuffle machine. All cards will be picked up with the right hand and placed into the discard rack face down. All face cards and 10s have a ten value. The Dealer will observe the community and call out totals during hit sequence as necessary. The Dealer will pick up the Guest's remaining cards in order from the right moving counterclockwise, to the left of the layout. On a game that Stands on all 17s, the Dealer will Stand on any hand that is a 17 or higher and Hit if the total is less than Blackjack is an Ace and any ten value card as the first two original cards dealt. The Dealer will offer the cut to a Guest at the table starting with seat 1 and rotating the cut clockwise around the table. Blackjacks are paid at odds of 3 to 2 on Two, Six, or Eight deck Blackjack games. The Dealer will make change for a Guest who does not have exact change to place an Insurance wager. Cards will be removed in order from the first hand on the right, moving counterclockwise until the hand in question is reached. The Dealer will not allow the Guest to touch the card. Guests may wager on three hands maximum on six and eight deck shoe games and two hands maximum on single or double deck games. Dealers will call out card totals as a courtesy for Guests. The Dealer will ask for a Stand hand signal on any Blackjack. The Dealer will break down a Blackjack payment in the work area, stack it up, and heel it next to the Guest's original wager. The Dealer will Hit or Stand according to the following rules: a.