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Blackjack Poker

Blackjack Poker is played with a standard 52 card deck. The object of the game is for the player and the player-dealer to add the numerical value of their cards to achieve as high a ranking hand, according to the chart below, as possible. Any two card hand consisting of an ace of hearts with another ace of hearts, totals 22 and is the highest ranking hand, and beats all other hands.
 

Ranking

Value

King, Queen, Jack, Ten

10

Ace

1 or 11 with all cards

Two through Nine

Hold their face value


The ranking of hand value for Blackjack Poker, in order from highest to lowest rank:

Rank

Hand Requirements

Payout

1st

Two Aces (Ace-Ace) of hearts

3:1

2nd

Blackjack, which consists of any Ace with any face card or a ten

6:5

3rd

Two Aces of Hearts after split

Even Money

4th

Ace-Face or 10 after split

Even Money

5th

Any combination of cards that total 21

Even Money

6th

Any combination of cards that total 20

Even Money

7th

Any combination of cards that total 19

Even Money

8th

Any combination of cards that total 18

Even Money

9th

Any combination of cards that total 17

Even Money

10th

Any combination of cards that total 16

Even Money

11th

Any combination of cards that total 15

Even Money

12th

Any combination of cards that total 14

Even Money

13th

Any combination of cards that total 13

Even Money

14th

Any combination of cards that total 12

Even Money

Once the player-dealer’s hand has been set, a series of showdowns begins between the player-dealer and all other players, comparing the numerical value of their hand, starting with the player to the left of the player-dealer and continuing in a clockwise manner until all wagers have been acted upon. The following applies for each possible outcome of the showdown:

• If the player and the player-dealer’s hand both contain two aces of hearts, the hands push and    no action is taken on the wager.

• If the player and the player-dealer’s hands total twenty-one or less and are the same total, the hands push and no action is taken on the wager.

• If the player and player-dealer’s hands total twenty-one or less, and are not the same total, the hand closest to twenty-one wins as per the rank chart above.

• A two-card ace of hearts hand beats all other hands.

• If the player’s hand ranks twenty-two or higher and the player-dealer’s hand is a three-card hand totaling twenty-six, the hands push and no action is taken on the wager; otherwise the player’s hand loses.

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