HOW TO PLAY SINGLE DECK BLACKJACK
Select your wager from the chips presented in the bottom middle of the screen. After choosing your bet value, you then put it in the three Place Bet sections. The more of them you bet on, the more hands you will play. Players can undo their last bet or can clear all bets. Alternatively, if you are satisfied with your wager, just press Deal and the round will begin.
All hands receive two cards to start with. The dealer also gets two cards, but one of them will be facing down. Here, you can choose to Hit or Stand. You can split if you have a pair in your hand, but you can only split once per round. Doubling is also an option, but only if the punter has ten or eleven. The game allows you to double down after a split. Both splitting and doubling down incur an extra cost, which is something to keep in mind if you play these bets.
After you finish making decisions for all of your active hands, the dealer reveals his face down card. The computer will draw more cards up to a hard 16 and a soft 17. The person closer to 21 is the winner of the round. Winning exactly 21 with your first two cards counts as a Blackjack win, and is worth more. If either side goes above 21, they automatically lose. This applies to the dealer!