Double Exposure Blackjack

July 23, 2014

Double Exposure Blackjack
Screen shot and rules from Golden Tiger Casino

Soft: Microgaming

Decks: 8 standard decks of 52 cards
Hole card: No - Dealer's cards Face up
Dealer: Hits Soft 17
BlackJack: 1 to 1
On ties: Dealer wins
Surrender: No
Insurance: No
Double: Hands of 9,10 or 11 Value
After Split: Player can double after Split
Split: Yes - split on the same Denomination
Re-split: up to 3 Times to make 4 Hands
Re-split Aces: Yes
Split Aces: No Draw
After split: Double
Multi-Hand: No
Progressive: No
Auto Play: Expert Mode Available

General Rules

Double Exposure Blackjack is played with eight regular decks of 52 playing cards. Both Dealer cards are dealt face up, since the name og the game.

  • Decks are shuffled after the completion of every game
  • Blackjack always beats any other hand with a value of 21
  • Dealer wins on all ties except for a tied BlackJack
  • Player BlackJack pays even money
  • Player BlackJack beats dealer BlackJack
  • Dealer must hit soft 17

Splitting Rules

If you Split a pair of Aces (or any pair of cards with a value of 10) and then draw a card with a value of 10, this is not Blackjack, although it has a value of 21.

  • Player can Split on the same Denomination
  • Split up to 3 times to make 4 hands
  • Aces can be re-split
  • Only one card to split Aces

Double Down Rules

You can Double Down after receiving your first two cards.

  • You can Double down on 9, 10 and 11
  • You can Double Down after a Split

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