Double Exposure Blackjack Professional

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The Double Exposure Blackjack Professional game is designed to replicate the look of an actual blackjack table at a real life casino, the green felt taking up most of the game screen. The casino styling is complemented by the soft lounge music that lilts for the duration of the player`s gaming experience. Printed upon the felt of the table are the three betting squares and a message that clearly reads,

`Blackjack pays 1 to 1. Dealer wins all ties except tied in blackjack. Dealer must stand on 17 and draw to 16.`

Such transparency is applauded. Indeed punters looking at the top left hand corner of the screen will see a notice on the table informing them of the betting limits (1 minimum and 120 maximum) applicable to the game.

A full set of rules can be accessed from the blackjack table by selecting the rules icon in the bottom right hand corner of the window. This instruction guide is placed next to the volume adjuster which itself is positioned next to the settings tool. Users can take advantage of this settings menu to control such gaming variables as the audio (including the sound effects and ambient music), and the speed of the game play.

Adjacent to these icons, past the displays showing the cash, bet and win amounts earned over the course of the game, are the initial three kinds of chip denomination and the chip removal counter used to remove misplaced wagers before the game`s commencement. These three values present will be 1, 5 and 10, though any additional chips will be secreted behind a plus or minus arrow.

Quite simply, the aim of blackjack is to have a hand of cards nearer to the value of 21 than the dealer`s without the total exceeding this value. In terms of scoring, number cards from two to ten count at their face value whilst kings, queens and jacks all have the value of ten. Aces are worth either one or 11.

Upon placing down the relevant number of chips and pressing the deal button prominently positioned in the middle of the screen, the player will then receive two cards both facing up. They will also be able to see the dealer`s initial hand. After weighing up the potential outcomes and bearing in mind the aforementioned message printed on the table concerning when the dealer will stick or fold, the user will then decide whether or not they would like to click `hit` to receive one more card, or press the `stand` icon to not be in receipt of an extra card.

It is also possible for the player to split their hand should they receive a pair of cards of the same value. Splitting is a well-worn tactic upon the player finding out that they have two aces or a pair of eights for exampe. Bear in mind that splitting means that the user will have to lay another bet identical to the value of the initial wager. With each of the two hands consisting of one of the original cards plus a new one being pulled from the deck, this technique gives the player another opportunity to beat the dealer. When given the opportunity, the customer can also elect to double their bet by selecting the double icon. They must however agree to stand after receiving a further card.

It is worth pointing out that all hands that exceed 21 lose regardless of the sum total of cards held by the dealer. Further blackjack regulations can be found by checking out the rules on the Double Exposure Blackjack Professional game screen.

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