Blackjack Bonuses

  • Suited AJ pays 2:1 - With this favorable option, an Ace and a Jack in the same suit pay 2:1 instead of the normal 3:2.
  • Ace, Jack of Hearts pays 2:1 - As it says, an Ace, Jack of Hearts Blackjack pays 2:1 instead of 3:2.
  • 777 pays 2:1 - In the highly unusual case that you receive three sevens, you get a few extra dollars.
  • 777 pays 3:2 - Even lower bonus than above.
  • Suited 777 pays 10:1 - Three sevens of the same suit pays 10:1. Good luck!
  • Blackjack pays 2:1 - This valuable bonus pays 2:1 on Blackjack instead of 3:2. Advantage is 2.25-2.32.
  • Five card 21 pays 2:1 - Five cards totaling 21 pays 2:1. Small gain; but, keep it in mind.
  • Six card 21 pays 2:1 - Six cards totaling 21 pays 2:1. Even smaller gain.
  • No Blackjack bonus - Blackjack pays 1:1, not 3:2. This is a very painful option sometimes used to counteract options favorable to the player. Be careful, this option is highly disadvantageous to the player.
  • Split tens then draw Ace is BJ - When this option is set and you draw an Ace after splitting a pair of tens, the Ace/Ten counts as a Blackjack and receives the appropriate bonus.
  • Split Aces then draw ten is BJ - When this option is set and you draw an ten after splitting a pair of Aces, the Ace/Ten counts as a Blackjack and receives the appropriate bonus. This bnlackjack rule can be found in South America.
  • Blackjack ties are paid one-half the bet instead of pushing - Another South American rules.
  • Suited 678 pay 2:1 - When this option is set and you get a six, seven and eight in the same suit, in any order, the payoff is two to one.
  • Suited 678 pay 2:1 if wins - This is the same as above, except that the bonus is earned only if the dealer does not have 21 also. This rule is found in some Atlantic City casinos.
  • Blackjack pays 6:5 - This horrible new rule is starting to appear at many casinos. Blackjack only pays $6 for a $5 bet. Run don't walk away from this game. It is not realy Blackjack. It is a scam.
  • Blackjack rounded up - A Blackjack often results in a half dollar as a part of the payoff. At a few casinos, the dealer will round the payoff up to the next dollar instead of bothering with coins.

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