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 2.252.32.
 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 onehalf 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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