HOW TO PLAY SINGLE DECK BLACKJACK
Betting is a rather simple affair in this game. Choose one of the coin values from the bottom right corner, and place them in one of the three active fields. If you want to play just one hand, you should only place coins in one position. The other two spots are optional, but we advise playing them all the same. This is a single player table. As a result, there is no timer limiting the time you have to bet and make decisions. Perfect for punters still learning the basic blackjack strategy!
With all wagers set up, we begin the round! Two cards are dealt for each active hand. The computer also draws two cards for the dealer, but only makes the first one visible. Insurance bets are offered to the player if the dealer has an Ace as their up-card. At this point, you can choose to hit, stand, double, split or surrender. Doubling can be done with any two cards. Splitting can only be done if you have two cards with the same value. A hand can only be split one time. You can double after splitting, except when splitting Aces.
After making your choice for all active hands, the dealer will reveal his second card. At this point, the game will check if either side has gone over 21. This means an instant loss, and it can happen to both player and dealer. If neither side goes over 21, then the one closest to that number will win the round. If you are playing multiple hands, it is possible to win with one hand but lose with the other. They are completely independent of one another.