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Perfect Pairs Blackjack

Perfect Pairs Blackjack: European Rules Blackjack with an optional side bet

Our casino version of Perfect Pairs Blackjack is played using European Blackjack rules with Four 52-card decks that are shuffled after each hand. There are 5 playing positions you can choose from and you can play up to 5 hands of blackjack at the same time. Each hand played is a separate wager against the dealer.

The Dealer must draw to 16 and stand on 17.

Table Limits:

Minimum wager per hand - $2.00
Maximum wager per hand - $200.00
Multi-Hand - Yes - 1-5 spots
Table limit - $1,000.00

General Game Rules:

European Blackjack is played with four 52 card decks, Jokers removed, shuffled after every game.
Blackjack pays 3:2.
The Dealer will not check for Blackjack before the Player's turn.
The Dealer must draw to 16 and stand on 17.
Player may Double-Down if the first two cards dealt add up to 9,10 or 11.
Player may split any pair.
No re-split is permitted.
Insurance is available if Dealer is showing an Ace.

Perfect Pairs Payout:

Perfect Pair pays 30 to 1
Colored Pair pays 10 to 1
Mixed Pair pays 5 to 1

 

 

 

How to Play Perfect Pairs Blackjack:


Log into the casino software. Use the games menu to select Table Games, then Blackjack, then Perfect Pairs.
Once the game is launched, select the chip denomination you wish to use to wager by clicking on one of the chips at the bottom left of the screen. You may use any combination of chips to create your bet. To remove chips from the table before the game starts, use the CLEAR button.
Place chips in any one of the five spots on the table. Play up to five separate hands at the same time.
To begin the game, click the DEAL button.
The Player is dealt two cards, face up. The Dealer is also dealt two cards, one face up, one face down.
The objective of the game is to have the Player cards face value be worth more than those of the Dealer, without the value being greater than 21.
Face cards, Jack, Queen, King are valued at 10
Ace cards can be valued at 1 or 11.
If the Player receives an Ace and a 10 then this is called Blackjack and the Player wins the hand. The Player receives their bet back, plus 1 and a half times the value in winnings (3:2).
If the Player receives any other combination of cards the Player needs to decide whether to request additional cards to beat the Dealer (HIT), or to stay with the cards already dealt (STAND).
If the Player chooses to HIT then an additional card is dealt. The Player then chooses to HIT or STAND. This continues until the Player chooses to STAND.
If the Player chooses to HIT and the value of the hand exceeds 21 then the Player is BUST. The Player loses the game and the original wager is forfeit.
Once the Player had chosen to STAND, no more cards are available to the Player and the Dealer reveals the second card that was dealt face-down.
If the Dealer hand is valued higher than the Player hand then the Dealer wins and the Player bet is forfeit.
If the Dealer hand is lower than the Player hand then the Dealer will add additional cards until either the Dealer hand is higher than the Player hand, (Dealer wins), or until the Dealer hand exceeds 21, in which case Dealer is bust and Player wins.
Dealer is forced to HIT on soft 17 (Where the value of the Dealer hand equals 17 but includes an Ace).
If Player receives two cards of the same value in the initial deal (e.g. 8/8 or 4/4), Player can SPLIT the hand, creating two separate hands which are then played separately. A SPLIT requires a doubling of the initial wager amount.
If Player receives two cards with combined value of 9,10 or 11 in the initial deal (e.g. 8/2 or 7/3), the Player can DOUBLE; the original wager is doubled. Once the DOUBLE has been chosen, one additional card is dealt to the Player hand and the Dealer then completes the game.