There are no secrets when you are playing Face Up 21. In this exciting blackjack variation all the cards are dealt face up, so you'll always know exactly where you stand. While the game does follow the same rules as regular blackjack there are a few key twists that require some more advanced strategy. So if you feel your blackjack skills are up to snuff you might want to give it a shot.
Face Up will begin after players make their initial bets. There are also options given to split, double down, stand or take a hit.
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Play Face Up 21:
If you thought that blackjack couldn't get any better - think again! Face Up 21 offers you a blackjack variation that you won't find anywhere else. What makes it so special? You get to see both your cards AND the dealer's cards. The goal here is to score closer to 21 than the dealer, without going over (same as traditional blackjack) however, in this game, you can double your bet if your 2-card hand is at 9 points, 10 points or 11 points. In this game you can also double after a split and if there is a tie, the player always wins and if the dealer hits a soft 17. If you love blackjack, you can't miss Face Up 21!
How to play:
The player starts off the game by placing a bet (the table limits are $1.00 to $250 and chips come in $1.00, $5.00, $25.00 and $100.00 denominations).
Once the player places the bet, the player must click "Deal". At this point two cards are each dealt face up (1 for the player, 1 for the dealer).
Now the player has 3 different options; hit, stand or double. The twist in this game is that you're not guessing blindly as to what cards the dealer has.
Strategy and Tips:
We recommend taking your time and carefully reviewing the dealers hand versus your own and understand the odds based on the dealer's hand.
Deal: After the betting, clicking the button labelled "Deal" will start the game.
Hit: This command lets you draw another card to try to get your hand closer to 21 or to 21 exactly.
Stand: This command is what you choose when you want to "pass" and not draw another card.
Double: Here, you can double your original bet. In this game the two cards in your hand must total 9, 10, or 11.
Split: When you have cards of equal value making up your original hand you can split your hand into two separate bets. You can hit up to three hands at one time.