Take your game to the next level with an optional side bet!
How To Play
Each player is dealt two cards face up. The dealer also receives two cards, one face up, one down. All players play against the dealer. The dealer progresses in a clockwise manner from player to player. After all players have had their turn at drawing additional cards, the dealer turns his/her card over and draws additional cards if required. The object of the game is to score closer to 21 than the dealer, without going over. Tens and face cards count as 10, aces count as either one or 11, and all other cards count as their face value. You may draw additional cards to raise your count closer to 21, if you so choose. You “bust” when your count exceeds 21, and your bet is lost. If your count is closer to 21 than the dealer’s, you win. If the player’s hand ties the dealer’s hand, neither hand wins or loses. This is called a standoff or push. If the dealer busts, all bets remaining on the table are paid.
There are a number of simple options you can request such as “split” bets, “double-down” bets and “insurance” bets.
- Table game minimums range from $3 to $100.
- Players may double down on any 1st two cards except a natural 21.
- Players may double down after a split.
- Players may split to maximum of three times.
Once you’ve placed your Blackjack 21 bet, choose whether to enter a 3 card side game with the dealer.
Your first two cards and dealer up card make your 3-card hand.
Winning 3-Card Hands
Three of a Kind
Note: 3-2-Ace sequence wins
Winning hands pay 9 to 1
House rules apply
Our gaming supervisors and dealers will be happy to explain these so that you may fully enjoy your play at our Blackjack tables. Good luck!