HOW TO PLAY FIRST PERSON BLACKJACK
When you first boot up the game, you will see available coin values seated on the wooden part of the table. Pick a value that suits you best and place it on a wager you want to play. As we mentioned previously, you can play five independent hands at the same time. There is no timer, so feel free to take your time setting up your bets. You can only play side bets if you already wagered on the main bet first.
After bets are sorted, both the player and dealer are dealt two cards. One of the dealer’s cards is visible, while the other is in a face-down position. You can choose to hit, stand, double down or split. There are no restrictions on doubling down, but splitting can only be done if you have a pair of cards. You can split once per hand, and cannot double after splitting. If you split an Ace, you only get one card.
With your choice made, the round proceeds. At this point, the computer reveals the face-down card and compares the values of the two hands. The hand closest to 21 will win the round. Be careful not to go over 21, or you will automatically lose the round in a bust. If a tie happens, it will result in a push. Instead of losing or winning, you just get your money back.