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Spanish 21 BlackJack
Spanish 21 BlackJack

Spanish 21 BlackJack

Spanish Blackjack is played with eight Spanish Card Decks. Each deck consists of 48 playing cards made up of the standard 52 cards, less the four 10 cards. Each deck is shuffled before every game.

The aim is to beat the Dealer's hand by either getting a better hand, without exceeding 21, or by the Dealer's hand going bust. In Spanish Blackjack, you can only bet one hand at a time.

Note:
Blackjack is when your hand contains an Ace and a card with a value of ten. It is the strongest hand in Spanish Blackjack, and automatically Stands. It cannot be
 
Important:
Malfunctions void all plays and pays.
 

Payout Schedule

 
Winning hands in Spanish Blackjack pay out as follows:
  • If you win a Blackjack you are paid out at odds of 3:2 on your original bet.

    Example:
    You bet 20 credits and win with a Blackjack. You win 30 credits plus your original bet amount. So, your total win amount is 30 credits + 20 credits = 50 credits.

Win Formula

Bet

20 Credits

Win

One and a half times your original bet amount, plus your original bet.

Calculation

3 / 2 = 1 ½ x 20 original bet credits = 30 credits + 20 original bet credits = 50 credits

Note:
One and a half is calculated by dividing 3 by 2.

 
  • If you have a winning hand but not a Blackjack, you are paid out at odds of 1:1 on your original bet.

    Example:
    You bet 10 credits and win a hand. You win 10 credits plus your original bet amount. So, your total win amount is 10 credits + 10 credits = 20 credits.

Win Formula

Bet

10 Credits

Win

One times your original bet amount, plus your original bet.

Calculation

1 / 1 = 1 x 10 original bet credits = 10 credits + 10 original bet credits = 20 credits

Note:
One is calculated by dividing 1 by 1.

 
  • If you lose against a Dealer's Blackjack and have taken Insurance, you are paid out at odds of 2:1 on your Insurance bet.

    Example:
    You bet 10 credits and take Insurance on the Dealer getting a Blackjack. Your Insurance bet costs half your original bet amount, so your Insurance bet is 5 credits. The Dealer wins with a Blackjack. You receive 10 credits from your Insurance bet, as an Insurance bet pays out at odds of 2 to 1, plus your original Insurance bet amount. You lose your original bet amount. So, your total payout amount is 5 Insurance bet credits + 10 credits = 15 credits.

Win Formula

Insurance Bet

5 Credits
Payout Two times Insurance bet amount plus original Insurance bet amount.

Calculation

2 / 1 = 2 x 5 Insurance bet credits = 10 credits + 5 Insurance bet credits = 15 credits

Note:
Two is calculated by dividing 2 by 1.

 
Important:
Malfunctions void all plays and pays.
 
Bonus Payout Schedule
 
The Bonus 21 hand combinations determine the Bonus payout.

The Bonus 21 hand combinations are:

 

Bonus 21 Hand Combination

Payout Odds

Any five card 21

3 to 2
Any six card 21 2 to 1
Any seven or more card 21 3 to 1
Six, Seven and Eight of a mixed suit 3 to 2
3 Sevens of a mixed suit 3 to 2
Six, Seven and Eight of the same suit 2 to 1
3 Sevens of the same suit 2 to 1
Six, Seven and Eight of Spades 3 to 1
3 Sevens of Spades 3 to 1
3 Sevens of the same suit, if the Dealer has a Seven face-up 50 to 1
 

Note:

  • The 3 Sevens of the same suit, if the Dealer has a Seven face-up Bonus payout does not apply after Splitting.
  • Bonus payouts do not apply if you have a Blackjack.
  • Bonus payouts do not apply after Doubling Down.
 
Bonus Hands
 

Five Card 21

Example:


Six Card 21

Example:


Seven Cards or More 21

Example:


Six, Seven and Eight of Mixed Suits

Example:


Three Sevens of Mixed Suits

Example:


Six, Seven and Eight of the Same Suit

Example:


Three Sevens of the Same Suit

Example:


Six, Seven and Eight of Spades

Example:


Three Sevens of Spades

Example:


Three Sevens of the Same Suit, if the Dealer has a Seven Face-Up

Example:

Your Hand

Dealer's Face-Up Card

 

Playing Spanish Blackjack

 
To play a game of Spanish Blackjack, do the following:
  1. Click the Increase (+) or Decrease (-) buttons to select the amount you want to bet.

  2. Click the Deal button. A hand of two cards is dealt to you. The Dealer is dealt two cards, one face-up and one card face-down.

  3. Depending on the cards you are dealt and the game Rules, different play options are available. More than one option can be performed, or one option repeated depending on the stage of the game. The play options are:
  • Hit
    Click the Hit button. You are dealt one card.

    Example:
    If you have a hand under the value of 21 and want another card, use the Hit option. The Dealer deals you another card from the deck.

  • Stand
    Click the Stand button. This ends the play of this hand.

    Example:
    If you think you have a good enough hand, use the Stand option. You do not receive more cards.

  • Split
    Click the Split button. Your hand is divided into two separate hands and a new card is dealt to each hand.

    Example:
    If you are dealt two cards with the same denomination or value, such as a Queen and a King, or two Fours, you can use the Split option. Your hand is divided into two separate hands and a bet equal to your original bet is placed on the second hand. Therefore, your bet is doubled. A new card is dealt to each hand and you play these hands as normal. You can split a maximum number of three times per game. This equals 4 hands.

  • Double Down
    Click the Double button. A side bet equal to your original bet is placed on the table. You are dealt one more card. You can double a maximum of twice. The second Double doubles the entire bet amount, including the first double amount.

    Example:
    If you have a hand that you think can beat the Dealer’s hand, you can double your bet by using the Double Down option. You can double down on any combination. A side bet is placed that your hand will beat the Dealer’s hand. One more card is dealt.

  • Take Insurance
    Click the Insurance button. An Insurance bet, equal to half your original bet, is placed on the table.

  • Example:
    If the Dealer’s face-up card is an Ace, you are given the option to take Insurance. You take Insurance against the Dealer getting a Blackjack. An Insurance bet is placed on the table. The Dealer checks his card:

  • If the Dealer does not have a Blackjack, the Insurance bet is removed from the table, and the cost of the Insurance bet is deducted from your credit balance. The game continues.

  • If the Dealer has Blackjack, the Insurance bet is paid at odds of 2:1.

  • Late Surrender
    Clicking the Surrender button enables you to give up half your original bet amount for the privilege of not playing out a hand.

  • Example:
    Use the Surrender option if you think you are going to lose the hand.

Note:
For more information on these options and other Spanish Blackjack terms, see the Terms section.

  1. Once you have completed your play options, your hand and the Dealer’s hands are compared. The hand with the highest value wins and the winnings are paid.

Terms

 
21

This is when the value of the cards dealt equal 21, but are not a Blackjack. For example, a Nine of Spades, a Four of Diamonds and an Eight of Clubs equals 21.

Note:
Blackjack always beats a hand with a value of 21.


 
Blackjack

This is when your hand contains an Ace and a card with a value of 10. It is the strongest hand in Blackjack, and automatically stands. It cannot be beaten.

Bust

If your hand value exceeds 21, your hand is bust. Your hand is over and you lose your bet.

Note:
Other hands on the table are unaffected by one hand going bust.


Denomination

The face value on the cards, Ace, King, Queen, Jack and from 2 to 9.

Note:
A Jack, Queen or King have the value of 10, and the Ace has the value of either 1 or 11.


Double Down

This is a side bet that your hand will beat the Dealer’s hand. You are dealt one card. Doubling costs the same as your original bet. If you win you are paid double your total bet. This win amount is equal to four times your original bet.

Note:
You can Double Down a maximum of twice. The second Double Down doubles the entire bet amount, including the first double amount.


Double Down Rescue

After Doubling Down you can Surrender half of your total bet amount. This is known as a Double Down Rescue.


Hit

This is when you request another card from the shoe because your hand is not strong enough to beat the Dealer's hand. You are dealt one card.

Hole Card

The Dealer is dealt two cards, one face-up and one face-down. The face-down card is called the Hole Card.


Insurance

This is a side bet against the possibility of the Dealer getting a Blackjack. You can take Insurance if the Dealer’s first card is an Ace. Insurance costs half your original bet.

Push

This is when your hand and the Dealer’s hand tie. You are paid your original bet except if you have a Blackjack or 21.

Peek

When the Dealer’s face-up card is an Ace or a card with the value of 10, the Dealer gets to peek at the face-down card.

Split

You can Split two cards with the same Denomination or Value, such as a Queen and a King, or two Fours. Your hand is divided into two separate hands and a bet equal to your original bet is placed on the second hand. Therefore, your bet is doubled. A new card is dealt to each hand and you play these hands as normal.

Note:
You can Split a maximum number of three times per game. This equals 4 hands.


Stand

This is when you are satisfied with the value of your hand and do not want to draw any more cards. This ends the play of your hand. The Dealer plays their hand and both hands are compared.


Surrender

This is when you give up half your original bet amount for the privilege of not playing out a hand.

Value

Value refers to the numerical value of a card. The Jack, Queen and King have the value of 10. An Ace card has a value of either 1 or 11.


 

Rules

 
The rules of Spanish Blackjack are divided into seven groups. These are:
 
General Rules
  1. Spanish Blackjack is played with eight Spanish Card Decks. Each deck consists of 48 playing cards made up of the standard 52 cards, less the four 10 cards. Each deck is shuffled before every game.

  2. Spanish Blackjack is an American Hole card game. The Dealer checks for a Blackjack when he is dealt a 10 or an Ace.

  3. Blackjack always beats any other hand with a value of 21.

  4. All face cards - Jacks, Kings and Queens, have a value of 10.

  5. Aces can have a value of either 1 or 11.

  6. You may draw up to nine additional cards to make a hand of eleven cards, provided the value of your hand does not exceed 21. If your hand does not exceed 21 after receiving eleven cards, your hand automatically Stands, and the Dealer plays their hand.

  7. The Dealer Hits on a soft 17.


  8. The Dealer Peeks on cards with a value of 10 and Aces.

  9. The Dealer's hand is dealt in strict accordance to the rules of the Casino. For more information on the Casino's rules, see the Casino's website, or contact the Casino Support Staff.
 
Betting and Payout Rules
  1. If the Dealer's hand exceeds 21, it is Bust, and you automatically win.

  2. If you are dealt an Ace and a card with a value of 10, you have Blackjack. Your hand automatically Stands. Your hand cannot be beaten. If you beat the Dealer with Blackjack you are paid out at odds of 3:2.

  3. When your hand and the Dealer's hand tie, except if your hand is a Blackjack or a 21, it is called a Push. You are paid your original bet amount.

  4. If both the Dealer and your hand have Blackjack, your hand wins.

  5. If both the Dealer and your hand have 21, your hand wins.

  6. Bonus 21 payouts do not apply after Doubling Down.
 
Splitting Rules
  1. You can Split two cards that have the same Denomination or Value, such as a Queen and a King, or two Fours. Your hand is divided into two separate hands and a bet equal to your original bet is placed on the second hand.

  2. You cannot get a Blackjack after a Split. The hand has a value of 21.

  3. You can Split a maximum number of three times per game. This equals four hands.

  4. You can re-split Aces.
 
Double Down Rules
  1. You can Double Down after receiving your first two cards.

  2. The Double Down bet is equal to your original bet amount.

  3. You can Double Down on each hand after a Split.

  4. You can Double Down a maximum of twice. The second Double Down doubles the entire bet amount, including the first double amount.

  5. If you have a Bonus 21 hand combination as a result of Doubling Down, you do not qualify for the Bonus payout.

  6. You cannot Double Down if you have a Blackjack.
 
Insurance Rules
  1. You can take Insurance if the Dealer's first card is an Ace.

  2. The Insurance bet is equal to half your original bet amount.

  3. Insurance bet wins or losses are independent from your original bet.


  4. Insurance is only taken on your original hand and does not cover any second hands. You cannot take Insurance after a Hit, Split, or a Double Down bet. This means you can only take Insurance when the Dealer has one card face-up and you have two cards dealt.

  5. If the Dealer does not have a Blackjack, the Insurance bet is removed from the table, and the cost of the Insurance bet is deducted from your credit balance. The game continues.

  6. If the Dealer has Blackjack, the Insurance bet is paid out at odds of 2:1.
 
Surrender Rules
  1. You can Surrender half of your total bet after Doubling Down. This is known as a Double Down Rescue.

  2. You can Late Surrender. This is when the Dealer checks for Blackjack first, and then you Surrender.

  3. If you use the Late Surrender option, you give up half your original bet amount for the privilege of not playing out a hand.
Bonus Rules
  1. The 3 Sevens of the same suit, if the Dealer has a Seven face-up Bonus payout does not apply after Splitting.

  2. Bonus payouts do not apply if you have a Blackjack.

  3. Bonus payouts do not apply after Doubling Down.

 

Spanish Blackjack Features

 

The following diagram shows the features of the Spanish Blackjack screen.

Note:
  • Position your mouse pointer over the graphic to identify the screen features.
  • To view the description of a feature, click the required area of the graphic.
 
Game Features
  • Play Area
    Displays the table layout.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic

Game Controls
  • Deal button
    Starts a game of Blackjack.

    Note:
    This button is active when there is no game in play.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic

  • Hit button
    Used to request another card. You are dealt one card.

    Note:
    This button is active when a game is in play.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic

  • Stand button
    Ends your hand. No more cards are dealt to that hand.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic

  • Split button
    Splits your hand into two hands.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic

  • Surrender button
    Ends your hand. Half your original bet is returned to you.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic

  • Double button
    Places a side bet equal to your original bet amount.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic

  • Increase (+) and Decrease (-) buttons
    Used to change the amount you want to bet.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic
Common Controls
  • Exit button
    Opens the Casino menu.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic

  • Help button
    Opens the help file for the game you are currently playing.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic

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  • Bank button
    Opens the Banking screen.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic

  • Options button
    Opens the game Options dialog box.

    Note:
    This button is only available in the Casino Menu.

Back to Blackjack Features Graphic
Screen Features
  • Credits box
    Displays your current credit balance.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic

  • Bet box
    Displays your total bet amount. This is automatically deducted from your credit balance.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic

  • Insurance box
    Displays your insurance bet amount. This is automatically deducted from your credit balance.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic

  • Win box
    Displays the credits you were paid for your last win. This is automatically added to your credit balance.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic

  • Casino icon
    Opens the Casino Fly-out menu.

    Back to Blackjack Features Graphic

How To...

 
Place a Bet
To place a bet, do the following:

  1. Click the Increase (+) button to increase the amount you want to bet.

  2. Click the Decrease (-) button to decrease the amount you want to bet.

Take Insurance
If the Dealer’s first card is an Ace and you want to take Insurance, do the following:

  1. Click the Insurance button.


  2. A side bet of half your original bet is placed in the betting circle.

  3. The Dealer checks for a Blackjack.
  • If the Dealer does not have a Blackjack, the Insurance bet is immediately removed from the table. The game continues.

  • If the Dealer has a Blackjack, you are paid out according to the Insurance odds. The game is over.

Exit a Game
To exit a game, do the following:

  1. Click the Exit button. The Casino menu is displayed.

  2. Select another game to play, or exit the Casino.

Disconnect from the Casino
To disconnect from the Casino, do the following:

  1. If you are playing a game, click the Exit button. The Casino menu is displayed.

  2. Click the Disconnect button. You are disconnected from the Casino.

Note:
To exit the Casino click the X button in the top right hand corner of the screen. The Casino is closed.

 
Purchase More Credits

To purchase more credits, do the following:

  1. Click the Bank button. The Banking system opens.
  2. Purchase credits.
  3. Click the X button in the top right hand corner of the screen to close the Banking system. This returns you to the Casino menu or the game.

 

Surrender Button Casino icon Bank Button Options Button Deal Button Stand Button Split Button Double Button Increase and Decrease Buttons Play Area Win Box Insurance Box Bet Box Exit Button Help Button Credits Box
Use the Casino Fly-out Menu

To use the Casino Fly-out Menu, do the following:

  1. Click the Casino icon in the top left hand corner of the screen. The Casino Fly-out menu is displayed.


  2. Click the required option.

Note:
The Games option on the Casino Fly-out menu enables you to open other games from the game you are currently playing.

 


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