How To Play Spanish 21
RULES OF PLAY
- Player Blackjack
Always Beats dealers Blackjack - pays 3/2
- Player Total of 21
Always Beats dealers total of 21, pays up to 3-1
- Pair Splitting
Player may split cards of equal value including ACES creating up to 4 hands - hitting and doubling of split hands including ACES - is allowed.
- Double Down
Once with 2 or More cards, on any total including after splitting. NO Bonuses on doubled hands.
- Double Down Rescue
After doubling if a player is dissatisfied with his non-busted hand, he may rescue (take back) the DOUBLED portion of the bet, and forfeit the original wager.
- Late Surrender Allowed
Dealer checks under ace or face card for blackjack.
- Match The Dealer
Five Big Payoffs!
Uses 8 Spanish decks A-9, J, Q, K (no 10s)
In addition to the regular 21 bet, a player can bet that either or both of his first two cards will numerically match the dealers up card.
How To Play:
The player makes a Match The Dealer wager by placing a bet in the Match The Dealer bet circle. In order to play Match The Dealer, the player must make a regular 21 bet.
$1 up to the amount of the regular 21 bet.
Five Big Payoffs:
1 Non-Suited Match: Pays 3-1
2 Non-Suited Matches: Pays 6-1
1 Suited Match: Pays 12-1
1 Non-Suited & 1 Suited Match: Pays 15-1
2 Suited Matches: Pays 24-1
Win Frequency: Players will win 1 in every 6.4 hands on average.