6D - Six decks.
S17 - The dealer must draw to 16 and stand on soft 17.
DAS - Double after the split.
DOA - Double on any two cards.
RS1 - Re-split once.
IOA - Insurance on any first two cards.
NSAI - No split after insurance.
ESAS - Early surrender after split.
"Blackjack" - is a card game in which the player plays against the HOUSE. The player's target is to get a "Blackjack" hand, or to collect the maximum card value, but less than 21 using his additional cards.
There are many types of Blackjack. One of them is "Blackjack Switch".
"Blackjack Switch" - is a card game with two modes:
1. Private. In this mode, only one player plays against the casino at the table.
2. Public. Up to 3 people can play against the casino.
The players who came to the table can observe the game. They can start the game by pressing on the "Join" button, if the box is free.
The game plays with six 52 cards decks (6D) from "Twos" to "Aces". All 6 decks form the shoe ("big deck"), which consists of 312 cards the game plays with. Every new round starts with a new shoe of 312 cards.
1. Cards from "Twos" to "Tens" are evaluated by their value from 2 to 10.
2. Face-cards are evaluated to have a 10 value.
3. "Ace" value is 1 or 11 points depending on the situation. When the "Ace" value is 11 points, the combination is called "soft". "Soft" 17 - is a combination of "A+6". When "Ace" value is 1 point, the combination is called "Hard". "Hard" 17 - is a combination of "T+6+10".
Suits don't play any role.
Bets and deal
To start the game the player has to place the bet in one or several boxes in which he wants to play. In case the game is played in several boxes, the game in each box doesn't depend on other boxes.
After the player chooses the bet amount, he places the bet by clicking on the left mouse button. The bet must be in a rank defined on every table. To cancel any bet, the player has to click on the chip with "X" sign.
For each dealing, a player may make a cut in a shoe. A cut is the amount of cards placed at the end of the shoe and the dealer begins with the next card. In other words, if the cut is 20 cards, the dealing starts with the 21st card, and the upper 20 cards are moved to the bottom of the shoe. It gives a player an opportunity to influence the result of the game. After a player has made a cut (or has skipped this option), it is necessary to press on the "Deal" button. An opportunity to make a cut exists only in the real money game mode.
The dealer deals two cards on each active box of the player (one card per hand), regardless of the bet amounts, leaving one card for himself. Then the dealer deals two more cards on each active box (one per hand), and one more card for himself. The dealer's last card is dealt face up.
Super Match Bet
Besides the original bet, there is an additional "Super Match" bet, which a player can add to the original bet. To do so, the player should place chips on the "Super Match" area. Won Super Match bets are paid on the basis of poker combinations, which occur in players' four-card hands just dealt to them:
Any pair pays 1:1
3 same-value cards pay 5:1
2 pairs of cards pay 8:1
4 same-value cards pay 40:1
If none of these combinations occurs, the player's Super Match bet is lost.
The Dealer has "Blackjack", insurance.
After the cards are dealt, the dealer's revealed card are checked. If the revealed card is an "Ace", the player is offered insurance against the dealer's possible "Blackjack". To do it, the player should click on the "Insurance" button.
Insurance is an optional additional bet against the possible dealer's "Blackjack", which is half of the primary bet. After the insurance is made, if the dealer gets "Blackjack", the insurance wins and is paid 2:1, in other cases it loses. In fact, the player returns his bet by winning the insurance. After the insurance is made, a player can't divide his cards in the box (NSAI).
The Player gets Blackjack
"Blackjack" is the highest combination. If after dealing the player gets 21 points, the dealer announces that the player has "Blackjack" in the box. This combination is paid immediately 1:1 even if the dealer also has "Blackjack".
Switching cards in the box
Before taking any action with his cards, the player can swap his two top cards for better combinations. To do so, click "Switch". For instance, with a 1+Ace (scores 13) in one hand and a 10+4 in the other, the player can swap the Ace and the 4 (the top cards in hands) and get a 21 in the other hand. If the switch results in two cards totaling 21, this is no "Blackjack".
A Box game proceeds independently of the bet size, right to left from a player. After the dealing, if the player doesn't have "Blackjack", he or she may take one or several (as many as necessary) cards to improve the combination. To take the card it's necessary to press the "Hit" button. After the additional cards are taken if the player has 21, it's not considered "Blackjack".
A player may double his or her bet having exactly two cards of any rate on hand (DOA). To do that, click the "Double" button. If the bet is doubled, a sum equal to the primary bet in this box is taken from the player's account. After that, the player gets only one additional card, and dealing is stopped. A player can double his or her bet even after a split (DAS).
If the first two cards are of the same rank, they can be divided into two separate bets. To do it, a player should press on the "Split" button. If he or she does, it is necessary to make a second bet, equal to the first. After the cards are split, each of the cards automatically gets a pair. A player may play with the two received combinations as if playing in a single box. There are some restrictions:
1. Cards can be split only once in one box (RS1).
2. A card combination which is 21 points, received after dividing cards is not "BlackJack".
3. After the cards are split, the player can't make insurance on the box (IOA).
If the player is satisfied with his or her combination, he or she can stop to take additional cards in the box. To stand and to pass the turn to the next box, or to compare his cards to the dealer's ones, he has to click on the "Stand" button. After the action is performed, the player's combination is compared to the dealer's one. The turn is passed to the next box.
The player can surrender if he has only two cards. To surrender, he has to click on the "Surrender" button. In case the player surrenders, half of the initial bet amount in the box is returned to the player. The player can surrender even after split (ESAS).
The Dealer's rules
The dealer's rules don't depend on the player's hand. The dealer must draw to 16 points or stand on "soft" 17 and higher.
The Dealer or the player bust
When the player gets more than 21 points, his bet is bust and the move is passed to the next box. If the dealer gets more than 21, he loses and all players' bets are paid at 1:1, except when the dealer scores 22. In this case, the player gets his bet back.
After the dealer stops, a comparison of combinations is performed:
1. If the player has more points in the box than the dealer, the bet is paid 1:1.
2. If the player has the same amount of points as the dealer, it's a 'Push'. In this case, the player loses the bet in the box, the bet is casino gain. The only exception is that, when both the player and the dealer have "Blackjack", the player's "Blackjack" wins and is paid 1:1.
3. If the player has the amount of points in the box less than the dealer, or the player busted, the bet is casino gain.
After the finished game you must click on the "New Game" button to remove all bets and cards from the table. The "New Game" button is available in a private mode only. In public mode, bets and cards are removed automatically. Afterward, the player can bet chips on the boxes or click on the "Rebet" button to play with the same bets in the same boxes. The player can click the "Clear Bet" button to remove all bets, or to click the "Deal" button to start the game.
Cancelling a game or continuing a game
To leave the game, you must click on the "Exit game" button.
In the case of network failures or any other problems, which result in a disconnection, your game will be restored. Every bet will be saved and in the case of an unfinished game, the player will get a chance to finish it, when you log in again. Continuing an interrupted game is only possible within 3,5 minutes after disconnect.
6D - Six decks.