Blackjack with Hand Shuffling

The object of this popular game is to beat the dealer without going over 21. Two cards are dealt to each Guest as well as the Dealer. You are then permitted to receive hit cards to strengthen your total and increase the likelihood of outscoring the Dealer.


Face cards have a value of 10, Aces are valued at 1 or 11 and cards from 2 to 9 are valued as indicated. On your first two cards, any combination of 10 and an Ace is considered Blackjack, which pays 3-to-2; all other bets pay even money. Insurance is offered at a rate of 2-to-1 and allows you to protect all or part of your original wager by betting up to half your original bet.


  • The dealer stands on all 17s or better
  • You may double on any first two cards except a blackjack
  • You may split any pair up to three times to make four hands
  • You may double down after you split
  • Split aces get one card
  • Blackjack pays 3 to 2
  • Insurance pays 2 to 1

In all discrepancies, the floorman’s decision is final.

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