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Single Deck Blackjack

Game Name:
Single Deck Blackjack
Blackjack pays:
3 to 2
Insurance pays:
2 to 1
Double Down:
Yes, on any two cards
Double Down after Split:
Split Aces:
Yes, but only receive one card each
Dealer stands on:
Hard 17 or higher
Software Producer:

In this version of Single Deck Blackjack, the rules are based on the traditional hole-card game that is prevalent in North America.

How to play Single Deck Blackjack

Chips are valued as displayed on the interface in the bottom left hand corner, click on the value of the chip you wish to use, the chip will then attach itself to your mouse cursor. If you selected a chip that is less than the table minimum, the first click on the betting circle will place the minimum bet. Each time you click on the bet circle, a chip of the selected value will be placed in the circle.

In Single Deck Blackjack, you may bet on up to five hands per game round. To place a chip on all five circles with one click, hold down the 'ctrl' button and click on one of the betting spots.

Clicking on 'Deal' will accept your bets and begin dealing the cards. On your second and subsequent hands the 'Re-bet' button will be available; this is the same for the 'Re-bet and Deal' button.


  • Play one hand
  • One deck of standard playing cards are use
  • The dealer stand on hard 1 or higher
  • Insurance is limited to ½ of the wager per hand
  • The player may split once for a total of two hands, like-value cards that are not identical may be split:
    • Example: K and Q can be split
    • Example: K and K can be split
  • An Ace and a 10-value card following a split does not constitute blackjack
  • The player may not hit on a soft total of 21
  • The cards are shuffled following the completion of each game round

Single Deck Blackjack is available to play at the following casinos: