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Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by frafi, Oct 25, 2004.

    Oct 25, 2004
  1. frafi

    frafi Full Member

    Occupation:
    typesetter
    Location:
    Germany
    Could anyone provide to me the proper iGaming Network blackjack rules? The casino uses this software is iVegas for example.
    Cannot find anything on their site.
     
  2. Oct 25, 2004
  3. paul02085

    paul02085 Senior Member

    Occupation:
    Fishing :)
    Location:
    USA
    Galaxiworld is same software as Ivegas. Hope this helps


    Rules

    Just like in a land-based casino, Blackjack is played with 6 decks. However, in GalaxiWorld the deck is shuffled after each hand. Aces count as a 1 or 11. The Dealer's first card is dealt face up. All of the Player's cards are dealt face up.

    Paytable

    A natural Blackjack is an Ace and a face card or Ten. This is the best possible hand to receive. If, when splitting Tens or face cards, an Ace is dealt this is not scored as a natural Blackjack. The Blackjack pay table works as follows: If the Player and the Dealer have Blackjack, it's a tie or push and original bet is returned.

    If the Dealer has Blackjack and the Player has 21, the Dealer wins. If the Dealer has 21 and the Player has Blackjack, the Player wins. If both Dealer and Player have 21, it's a tie or push and original bet is returned. The system automatically stands at 21; therefore there is no need for the player to click "Stand" when the hand reaches 21.



    Player Dealer Results
    Blackjack Blackjack Tie
    Blackjack Twenty-one Player wins
    Twenty-one Blackjack Dealer wins
    Twenty-one Twenty-one Tie


    The Blackjack pay out is 3:2, which means that for every 2 the Player bets, the casino awards a return of 3. If the Player wins without hitting a Blackjack, the pay out is Even Money - bet 2, win 2. Insurance pays 2:1. Double down pays 1:1. "Surrender" or forfeit lets the Player terminate the hand while surrendering 1/2 the original wager.

    Please note: If the Player makes any odd number wager and wins with a natural Blackjack, the official pay out is 3:2. However, the 'winner paid' meter will only register a whole number. The extra fraction of a dollar will be paid and will not be shown in the meter but will be reflected in your balance . For example: A five dollar wager will return twelve dollars and fifty cents for a winning Blackjack hand. However, the winner paid box will only register a twelve dollar payoff. When the Player checks GCash, the balance will reflect the twelve dollar and fifty cent win.



    Winning Hands Payouts Description
    Blackjack 3:2 2 Bet = 3 Return
    Regular win 1:1 2 Bet = 2 Return
    Insurance 2:1 2 Bet = 3 Return
    Double Down 1:1 2 Bet = 2 Return
    Surrender 1:2 2 Bet = 1 Return


    Insurance

    The Player has the option to purchase Insurance if the Dealer's first card is an Ace. Insurance is the Player betting 1/2 the original wager that the Dealer has a Blackjack. If the Dealer has a Blackjack, Insurance pays 2:1. If the Dealer does not have a Blackjack, the Player loses the Insurance bet.

    Please note that the coin representing your bet will only register a whole number. The extra fraction of a dollar will be won or lost and will not show in the meter but will be reflected in your balance. For example: An original wager of five dollars will spawn a two dollars and fifty cent insurance bet. However, the coin representing your insurance bet box will only register a two dollar wager. When the Player checks GCash, the balance will reflect the two dollar and fifty cent insurance win or loss.

    Dealer Draws

    The Dealer stands on a point total of 17 or greater and must hit on a total of 16 or less. If the Player and Dealer end the game with the same point total, the result is a tie (or push) and no bets are lost. The only exception to this is when either the Dealer or Player has Blackjack and the other has twenty-one with three cards or more. In this case whoever has Blackjack wins. If the Dealer wins, only the original bet is lost. If the Player wins, the Player is paid a 3:2 ratio on the bet.

    Split

    The Player can split any pair up to three times per hand. This is called a re-split. If the Player is dealt Aces, they can only be split once and the Player receives only one card per Ace. Note: If splitting two Tens or two face cards and the Player receives an Ace this will not be counted as a natural Blackjack.

    Double Down

    After the Player receives the first two cards on any hand (including a split), the Player can elect to Double Down if desired. A Double Down is when a Player re-bets the original wager on the same hand. After the bet, the Player is dealt one more card for the hand. If the three cards beat the Dealer's hand, the Player wins 1:1 on the Double Down bet. If the Dealer has a Blackjack, the Player loses the original wager only on both Double Downs and Splits.

    Surrender

    There is an option that allows the Player to "Surrender". "Surrender" is when the Player elects to surrender the hand after the first two cards are dealt believing that additional cards will not beat the Dealer's final hand. To surrender, the Player forfeits 1/2 the original bet. If the Dealer's first card is an Ace, the Player can surrender only after Insurance is offered and the Dealer checks the hole card. If the Dealer has a Blackjack, the game is over. If not, the Player can surrender.

    Please note that the 'winner paid' meter will only register a whole number. The extra fraction of a dollar will be paid and will not show in the meter but will be reflected in your balance . For example: A five dollar wager will return two dollars and fifty cents if the player surrenders. However, the winner paid box will only register a two dollar payoff. When the Player checks GCash, the balance will reflect the two dollar and fifty cent return.

    Reversing

    If the Player is playing multiple spots and stands on a hand but wishes to change the decision, the Player can simply click on the previous hand and select the action of choice. Note that the Player may only go back once per hand. Please also note that the Player cannot change a decision on the last hand since once the decision is made the computer will expose the Dealer's cards.




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