How to play blackjack at Party Casino?

- Select the amount you wish to wager on a given hand by clicking on the tab of that denomination. The chip selected lights.
– Bet on one of the five sites by clicking the “veto” the position of field. Or you can play all positions.
– You can reduce the amount of the bet, hold down the Shift key and clicking on the commitment to the position you want to decrease the bet.
– Once the Paris is placed in one or more jobs, click the Deal button. The Deal button is activated only if its bid is equal to or greater than the minimum bet.
– Depending on the strength of your cards, you can choose from the following options for you: “Hit,” “Stand”, “Double”, “Split” or “Surrender”, according to the rules of the game
– If the dealer has a 10, jack, queen, king or ace his first card, you should test if he has a blackjack before you draw a third card.
– Insurance is offered the option if the dealer is an ace on her first paper.
– Once you or the dealer stands or busts, the results shown below is the dealer and your cards, and the sliding window.
– You can continue to play the same bet (s), click on the button “Bet again.
– After a game, “Clear”, click where you want to delete the table.
– The game balance is shown in the bottom left of the screen.
– Click “Rebuy” to buy more credits to play from your Party Account.
– Click on “Rules” to see the playing field
– Click on “HISTORY” to see the history of the games they played.
– Click on “version” to display the current version number of the game
– To exit the game, press the X button in the upper right corner of the screen.

Party Casino Blackjack Game Options

Stand: Clicking on the ‘stand’ to keep the hand at its current value. You can have at any time if you are satisfied with your hand. Click ‘Stand’, and when the dealer’s hand is completed, the hands are compared.

Hit: You can continue to take cards until you stand or bust the hand value is 21 Click on “Play” to be processed on the next card.

Doubles: When you are dealt your first two cards, you’ll be given the opportunity to “Double”. When this option is selected, the bet is doubled and will be dealt one card. Hand will automatically stand after the cards have been distributed. Doubling is also provided after the split. If the balance is not sufficient to point to double the option is not available. If you lose a hand, you lose both the stakes and the additional amount can double-down option.

Split: If you have two cards of the same value (for example, two 7, two 10, two maps, etc), you can click “Split” to split the cards into two separate hands. Once selected, an additional bet equal to your original bet is placed automatically.

Only allowed to divide once, even if more splitting opportunities arise. If the hand qualifies for a division, but the balance of your game is too small to cover the additional bet, the split option is not available.

You can make the cards you want for each split hand, with the exception of the division of axles and double after splits. If you are sharing axes, only one card is dealt to each ace. If a Picture Card or 10, divided into two ace, the hand counted 21, not blackjack.

How to play split option?

Once you have clicked on “Split”, the cards are divided into two separate hands and a map over the object to each of your hands. Hand with an arrow pointing to it is the active hand.

Click on “Hit”, “Stand” or other options.

When the date is decided, the arrow will move to the second.

Arrow does not appear if the hand value is 21 will again automatically.

Click on “Hit”, “Stand” or the other options available.


Insurance gives you the chance to protect yourself when you think the dealer has a Blackjack. If the dealer’s first card (face card) is an ace, you can choose to lock your hands against the dealer’s blackjack by clicking the ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ buttons that appear next to the cards. Insurance costs 50% of the amount at stake, plus your original bet. If you choose “Yes”, the insurance bet is placed on top of the original bet. The system will wait until a decision on the insurance offered.

If the dealer has a Blackjack, the insurance bet pays 2:1, and loses the original bet. If the dealer does not hit blackjack, you lose the insurance bet and play continues from the initial bet amount. Not provide insurance if you have blackjack.

The insurance option is not available when the hand qualifies for insurance, but your account balance is too small to cover the bet.

Delivery: You can choose to stop playing your hand for a turn and remit the amount of your bet when your first two cards are revealed. This decision must be made before deciding to double, split pairs, stand or hit.

The surrender option is offered after the dealer has checked to see if he has a blackjack. If the dealer’s second card results in a blackjack, your bet will be collected in full by the seller and the game will end. But if the dealer’s second card does not result in a blackjack, and you choose to waive the option, half your stake is returned.