Game Guides


Black Jack

“Blackjack” is an exciting fun game where the objective of this card game is to achieve a hand that is higher than the Dealer’s hand without exceeding 21.

“Blackjack”, the ultimate hand, is when an Ace and a ten/picture card are the first two cards dealt to any hand. If you have the same card total as the Dealer after all cards have been drawn and decisions made, this is called a “Stand Off” and your wager neither wins nor loses.

The Dealer will stand after drawing cards to obtain a total of between 17-21. If you exceed 21 your wager will lose and if the Dealer exceeds 21, they will lose and all wagers on the layout will be winners and paid accordingly.

How To Play

You will place a wager(s) on the betting area and may also place an optional wager on the pair.

Once all bets are placed, the Dealer will deal two cards in a sequence, face up, to each of the boxes and one card to him/herself. After receiving these cards, you will decide if you want additional card/s or not.

Any Pair

To win on the Pair your initial two cards must be cards of the same value and same picture.

Card Values

Cards from 2 to 10 are equal to their face value.

Aces are counted as (1) or eleven (11), whichever gives you the best advantage.

Jacks, Queens and Kings are counted as ten (10).

The Odds

Winning wagers are paid at odds of 1:1

Blackjack is paid at odds of 3:2

Pair wagers are paid at odds of 11:1

Insurance wagers are paid at odds of 2:1

Your Choices

Hit or Draw

Requires you to tap on the table to request another card.

Stand or Stay

Requires you to give a waving motion, palm face down to the table, to indicate that you do not want another card

Double Down

Allows you to place an additional wager (up to the amount of your original wager) on your first two cards, except Blackjack. You will receive one additional card only. If the Dealer gets Blackjack you will only lose your original wager.


Is allowed when the first two cards of your hand are of equal value. You can split hands to form a maximum of four hands. Aces are the exception and can only be split once and receive one additional card. For each additional hand you must place a wager equal to your original wager. If the Dealer gets Blackjack you will only lose your original wager.


Option occurs when the Dealer’s first card is an Ace. They will call for “Insurance”. You may place an additional wager on the Insurance line. This wager will win if the second card drawn to the Dealer’s hand is a ten-value card. Insurance wagers can be up to half the amount of your original wager.

Even Money

Can occur when you have a ‘Blackjack” and the Dealer’s first card is an ace. You can request the option to take “Even Money”. You will automatically be paid the amount of your original wager and your cards will be removed from play.


Allows you to forfeit half your original wager after receiving your first two cards. If the Dealer has an Ace, this option is not available.

Betting Limits will be displayed at the table.

Standing players can place wagers, seated player has precedence.

Please approach our casino gaming staff for full details on the Game Rules which are available in the casino.