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| @}G ,CB:B9E1& E2 OverviewH; DWelcome To Casino Black Jack for Windows HelpThis page will give you an overview of the basic procedures and rules for playing the game. If you have played Black Jack, or 21 as it is also known, in a Nevada or Atlantic City casino, you will find the play of the game to be nearly identical.The objective of Black Jack is to get as close as possible to a count of 21 without Busting. The dealer plays his or her hand by the following rules:EC- (⯱ The dealer must hit with a total count of 16 or less. The dealer also hits with a soft 17. The dealer stands with a hard 17 or a total count greater than 17 and less than or equal to 21.>HQ p sɀ"N&wIFor a description and examples of a soft and hard 17 click on the "17" button.When playing your hand you may hit, stand, split, and/or double down for one card. The action you take depends on your strategy, the cards you hold, and the options you have selected in the "Options" Dialog Box.This game has been designed to give you the fastest play possible. This means there are minimal messages and prompts to annoy you with. Just follow these steps when playing the game:=C1 0 Buy your chips. Make your Bet. Deal the cards. Hit, stand, split, or double down. When the hand is over, click on the Hand Over sign to repeat the process.When splitting a hand, you will always be playing on the lowest cards on the screen. When you stand or bust, you will see a sign indicating so. You will then be playing on the cards immediately above. Just click on hit or stand to play the hand.For a detailed explanation of the different aspects of the game select from the following topics.4 _ ۏ!4=㶷A etojfjm
fkDoublingM-9 @ DoublingIf the "Double down on any count" option is not checked in the "Options" dialog box, you can double down for one card only if the total count of the values of the first two cards dealt to you equals 11. If the "Double down on any count" option is checked in the "Options" dialog box, you can double down for one card with any count.You can double down up to four times.When you double down, a bet equal to the amount bet before doubling will be made for you. If you do not have enough chips to make the bet you will be asked if you want to buy more. Answering yes will give you just enough chips to make the bet. You will not be able to double until you have enough chips to make the bet. Also, if you have already purchased $100,000 in chips you will not be able to buy more until you have lost all of your chips. Ufk* $
In many Nevada casinos you can bet less than your original bet when doubling.: 1tߌInsurancekA PE e É['InsuranceIf, when the cards are dealt, you have a natural and the dealers' up card is an Ace, you will be asked if you want insurance. Answering yes will cause half of your bet to be used for insurance and you will be insured. If you answer no you will not be insured. You are betting against the dealer having 21. Insurance pays 2:1. See the "Payoff" topic for a complete list of payoff situations.If you are insured and the dealer has 21 you will collect 2 times the amount of insurance, or the amount of your original bet, since half of your bet was used for insurance. You will also get your bet back for pushing. Total payoff for the hand is 1:1.., & If you are insured and the dealer does not have 21 you lose the insurance and collect on your 21. Total payoff is .25:1.If you are not insured and the dealer has 21 you push. If you are not insured and the dealer does not have 21 you collect 1.5:1.Insurance is a sure thing. If you are insured you will collect at least .25:1 regardless of the outcome of the dealers' hand. If you are not insured you may only push. Of course, you could also win more. The odds of the dealer having 21 are about 5:2.)ߌ%
71Payoffߌ3[ .ͷPayoffWhen the message box asks if you want insurance: Dealer Has 21 Dealer Does NotYou are insured 1:1 .25:1 You are not insured Push 1.5:1 All other times: Dealer Doesn't Have 21 Dealer Does Have 21(gA P ' Natural | No NaturalYou have Natural 1.5:1 3gߌ Push 1.5:1You have 21 1:1 Push PushYou have 8,7,6 or 7,7,7 and using bonus payments 1.5:1 Push PushIf your total is equal to the dealers' total you Push.If your total is greater than dealers' total payoff is 1:1.)3%
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ScoreBox TotalsyHI1 0 ScoreBox TotalsThe Total Chips number always reflects the current chips available. When you place a bet the Total Chips number is decremented and incremented to indicate the total chips available after placing a bet.The Amount Bet number shows the sum total of all bets made during a hand.The Amount Won number shows the sum total of all bets won during a hand. It reflects the amount collected, not the amount added to your total chips. The amount added to your Total Chips may be higher than the Amount Won. This is because you will also get your bet back if you win.[3 4
As an Example: You have $1,000 in Total Chips. You bet $100. Total Chips will show $900. AmountBet will show $100. You deal the cards and you split once. Total Chips will show $800. AmountBet will show $200. You win 1:1 on each hand. Total Chips will show $1,200. AmountWon will show $200. And, Amount Bet will show $200.9I1 StrategyJZK d ⯱N&wIStrategyThe strategy shown in the scorebox will indicate that you should hit, stand, double, or split. The specific strategy depends upon the cards you hold in your hand and the value of the dealers' up card. This strategy is based on computer calculations performed by Julian Braun of IBM as mentioned in "According to Hoyle," by Richard L. Frey. By using this strategy, Mr. Braun feels that you will at least break-even. The strategy shown in the scorebox is based upon these assumptions:`& You can split Aces and pairs, but not any two cards. You can double down with any count.MZ-1-Soft and Hard 17 Description#PA P Soft and Hard 17 DescriptionA soft 17 occurs in situations where an Ace is counted as 11, and when added to the value of the other cards in a hand, yields a total count of 17. When this situation occurs the dealer must count the Ace as one and hit until his total equals 17 or greater.Examples:Soft 17 - Dealer has an Ace and a Six or Dealer has an Ace, a Five, and another AceHard 17 - Dealer has an Ace, a Six, and a Tenk-, ( or Dealer has an Ace, a Five, another Ace, and a Ten 1P1X?'?$ 1p1pe>?' |
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