Blackjack Rules
This unusual variety of blackjack appeared in 2001 in Las Vegas. Its inventor was the card player Carl Janecek. It is believed that the Switch - this is the math and logic variant of blackjack. In Blackjack Switch uses 6 decks of cards. The aim of the game is the same - to get 21 points. The strongest hand in a normal game is a "blackjack", it consists of an ace and a ten. Moreover, if such combination occurred as a result of the partition or exchange of cards, "Blackjack" is not recognized, and is simply called "21".

In general, the rules do not differ from the classical variant. With a few exceptions. The player plays with two hands at the same time and has the ability to change the high cards between the two layouts. Ace can be given as 11 and 1 point. Images represent 10 points, the rest of the card - the number of points equal to their face value. At each game box there are 3 golf rates at least 2 of which must be filled before the game (this rate for each of the future hands). At this point, the player has the opportunity to put a bet and the third in the "Great Game" and try to collect a combination of all four cards.

In general, the rules do not differ from the classical variant. With a few exceptions. The player plays with two hands at the same time and has the ability to change the high cards between the two layouts. Ace can be given as 11 and 1 point. Images represent 10 points, the rest of the card - the number of points equal to their face value. At each game box there are 3 golf rates at least 2 of which must be filled before the game (this rate for each of the future hands). At this point, the player has the opportunity to put a bet and the third in the "Great Game" and try to collect a combination of all four cards.

The dealer deals the player on two hands of two cards. Currently he gives only one hand, in which one card is placed face up. If it is an ace, the player can insure, making the bank half of his basic rate (if the dealer has blackjack pocket - insurance is paid 2 to 1). Also a dealer can offer the player to split the cards. An important point: if the first two cards are of the same value, they can be divided, but these require additional amount to the bank prime rate.If a player gets a "blackjack" with a hand, play stops and the bet is paid at the rate of 1 to 1. After the cards the player can swap the top cards of each hand, thereby increasing their combination. Once the exchange occurred, the player can double his bet (or also skip this step). Later, neither one nor the other can not be done. On each of his hand player may request additional cards (if the rate is doubled, gets only one card).


 
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