Super Fun 21 Blackjacks

July 23, 2014

Super Fun 21 Blackjack
Screen shot and rules from Golden Tiger Casino

Soft: Microgaming

Decks: 1 standard deck of 52 cards
Hole card: Yes - American Hole Card Game
Dealer: Hits Soft 17
BlackJack: 1 to 1
Surrender: Yes - Late Surrender, Double Down Rescue
Insurance: Yes - 2 to 1
Double: Any 2 Cards
After Split: Player can double after Split
Split: Yes - split on the same Denomination or Value
Re-split: up to 3 Times to make 4 Hands
Re-split Aces: Yes
Split Aces: No Draw
Multi-Hand: No
Progressive: No
Auto Play: Expert Mode Available

General Rules

Super Fun 21 Blackjack is played with one standard decks of 52 playing cards. The game has bonus payouts (see below).

  • Player BlackJack pays even money (1:1)
  • A Diamond Blackjack is paid out at odds of 2 to 1
  • The Dealer Hits on Soft 17
  • Super Fun 21 Blackjack is an American Hole Card game

Splitting Rules

You can Split two cards that have the same Denomination or Value

  • Split up to 3 times to make 4 hands
  • Aces can only be split once
  • You can Hit or Double Down on split Aces

Double Down Rules

  • You can double after receiving your first two cards
  • The Double bet is equal to your original bet amount
  • You can double after a Split
  • You cannot re-double after a Double Down

Insurance Rules

  • Insurance does not cover any second hands on a Split, or a Double Down bet
  • Insurance bet is paid out at odds of 2:1

If the Dealer does not have a Blackjack, the cost of the Insurance bet is deducted from your credit balance.

Surrender Rules

  • Double Down Rescue - You can surrender half of your total bet after Doubling Down
  • Late Surrender is offered

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

Bonus Payouts do not apply after a Double Down

  • If you have a Blackjack in Diamonds, you are paid out at odds of 2 to 1
  • If you have a six or more card hand, with a value of 20 or less, your hand always wins
  • If you have a five or more card hand with a value of 21, the game stops. You are paid out at odds of 2 to 1

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