HOW TO PLAY ATLANTIC CITY BLACKJACK
On the edge of the table, you can find multiple coins with different values written on them. You can choose any of these coin values and use them to place a bet. Only one section allows you to put down the coins, so there is no way of messing it up! After you have set up your wager, press the Deal button to draw the cards.
Both you and the dealer receive two cards after the draw. You can see both of your cards and only one of the dealer’s own. The other is in a face-down position and remains a mystery for now. Players can then choose to hit, stand, double, split or surrender. You can split any two cards that have the same denomination or value: that is if they form a pair. You can split a maximum of three times per game. Double down has no card limitations, but can only be done with your initial hand. Surrender is also only available for your first two cards and means you only lose half of your initial bet.
After making your decision, the dealer will reveal their face down card. At this point, they may be forced to draw more cards. In the case of Atlantic City Blackjack, they will continue drawing until they get to a seventeen or higher. Push the dealer above 21, and you get a guaranteed win! Otherwise, the side closer to 21 wins the round. An exact 21 win with your initial two cards is a blackjack, and pays more.