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Blackjack Vegas Strip

There is plenty of different Blackjack Variations at casinos and every single type of blackjack has certain rules, peculiarities and strategies. Vegas Strip is one of the most popular types which is represented almost at every respective casino. If you want to try this game or just to figure out its features, you have to become familiar with the blackjack rules first and then proceed with the peculiar rules to this game variant.

Vegas Strip Rules

Taking into consideration all do-s and don't-s represented at Vegas Strip we can see that its rules are almost the same as common blackjack rules except for several slight points that actually change the game running.

Player at Vegas Strip plays against the dealer and has an aim to get a hand with higher value compared to the dealer's, with no exceeding a well-known total sum of 21.

Four regular decks of cards are usually used in Vegas Strip. It is the certain sign which signalizes that the hitting odds in single hand version of the game will increase. Considering the Multi-Hand Vegas Strip game it will definitely have less hitting odds for certain cards.

In the beginning of the game players place the bets. Here is a small tip for you on this stage: in case you play in Vegas, choose a table which has a sign of the minimum bet - you will be able to play more with the same sum of money. Then a dealer deals to every player two cards as well as to himself (one of the cards is placed face down). After the dealing process, players should make a decision to hit, stand, split, double down, surrender or take insurance. When the hand ends, dealer's cards are revealed. In case a dealer's hand equals 17 and more he should stand. If less - the dealer takes more cards. If the dealer is beaten by a player, he pays typically 2:1 or 1:1. That is why following useful blackjack tips of how to win at blackjack is quite important. Otherwise, a player loses all money he had bet (except of the situation of surrender when half of the sum is paid).

The features to remember:

  • 4 card decks
  • dealer's 'stand' on soft 17 (plus Ace and 6)
  • the possibility of doubling down for any first 2 cards
  • doubling down after splitting
  • a dealer peeks for blackjack if showing the Ace
  • Players can re-split no more than 3 hands

Every Vegas Strip player should properly read the rules at any casino in order not to play with 'bad rules'. For example, in case you have found Vegas Strip Blackjack that offers the 6:5 payout in place of 2:1 you should better not accept this bet as it will not be beneficial for you even in a long run.

Vegas Strip Strategy